Summary for 2006 [at-glance overview of Klavs Berzins work for the selected year as suggested by data mining algorithms]
This is an Authoratory overview of author Klavs Berzins. According to available data, in 2006 Klavs Berzins published at least 3 articles. This work was completed in collaboration with several authors including Troye-Blomberg, Marita and Zhivotovsky, Boris. Several other authors have collaborated with Klavs Berzins as well. There is no information about the funding or the grants awarded to support this work.
Analysis of the article abstracts and the titles suggests that Klavs Berzins professional interests are focused around "turreanthus africanus meliaceae", "asexual blood stages" and "stages plasmodium falciparum". These might also be referred to as "plasmodium falciparum", "s-nitro-n-acetyl-d l-penicillamine" or "africanus meliaceae". Statistical analysis shows that Klavs Berzins's writing is likely to contains terms "death", "parasite", "falciparum", "plasmodium", "africanus" and "antiplasmodial".
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Klavs Berzins Coauthors (10) [all coauthors with the number of joint publications]
Affiliations (2) [condensed summary of the Klavs Berzins affiliations, the leading number and the color conveys importance]
- 1Department of Immunology Wenner-Gren Institute, Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden.
1Department of Life Sciences, University of Buea, P.O. Box 63, Buea, Cameroon.
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Keywords (29) [keywords assigned to Klavs Berzins articles by PubMed, the leading number and the color conveys importance]
- 2Animals | 2Humans | 1Apoptosis | 1Antimalarials | 1Naphthoquinones | 1Plasmodium falciparum | 1Malaria, Falciparum | 1Sweden | 1History, 20th Century | 1Developmental Biology | 1History, 21st Century | 1Etoposide | 1DNA, Protozoan | 1Erythrocytes | 1Cells, Cultured | 1Parasitemia | 1Membrane Potentials | 1Flow Cytometry | 1Chloroquine | 1Atovaquone | 1Nitric Oxide Donors | 1Immunohistochemistry | 1Enzyme Inhibitors | 1Mitochondrial Membranes | 1Portraits | 1Penicillamine | 1In Situ Nick-End Labeling | 1DNA Fragmentation | 1Allergy and Immunology
Klavs Berzins Unique Vocabulary (96) [single words, word pairs and phrases obtained by analysis of abstracts and titles, the leading number and the color conveys importance; Klavs Berzins might be a good expert witness on these terms]
- 8death | 8parasite | 6falciparum | 4plasmodium | 4africanus | 4antiplasmodial | 4drugs | 3apoptosis | 3l-penicillamine | 3including | 3s-nitro-n-acetyl-d | 3meliaceae | 3turreanthus | 3activity | 3treated | 3various | 3cultures | 3used | 3chloroquine | 2growth | 2stages | 2analysis | 2malaria | 2antimalarial | 2study | 2asexual | 2traditional | 2compounds | 2products | 2investigated | 2typical | 2mode
- 4plasmodium falciparum | 3s-nitro-n-acetyl-d l-penicillamine | 3africanus meliaceae | 3parasite cultures | 3turreanthus africanus | 2drug-induced death | 2occurs without | 2stages plasmodium | 2antiplasmodial activities | 2falciparum occurs | 2without typical | 2activities products | 2blood stages | 2asexual blood | 2antiplasmodial activity | 2parasite death | 2signs apoptosis | 2death asexual | 2typical signs | 2products turreanthus | 2parasite growth | 2antimalarial drugs | 2dna degradation | 2cultures treated | 1medicine treat | 1methanol extract | 1death resulting | 1death features | 1oxide donor | 1nick-end labeling | 1nitric oxide | 1drugs acting
- 3turreanthus africanus meliaceae | 2asexual blood stages | 2stages plasmodium falciparum | 2falciparum occurs without | 2occurs without typical | 2drug-induced death asexual | 2blood stages plasmodium | 2products turreanthus africanus | 2antiplasmodial activities products | 2activities products turreanthus | 2plasmodium falciparum occurs | 2death asexual blood | 2typical signs apoptosis | 2without typical signs | 2parasite cultures treated | 1growth drug-treated parasite | 1various drugs including | 1activity others methyl-14 | 1investigation used various | 1remains unclear findings | 1strain plasmodium falciparum | 1oxide donor s-nitro-n-acetyl-d | 1atypical apotosis oils | 1membrane potential induced | 1inhibition eventual parasite | 1analysis methylene chloride | 1activity inactive studies | 1activity pure compounds | 1nitric oxide donor | 1treated atovaquone s-nitro-n-acetyl-d | 1eventual death observed | 1laboratory strain plasmodium
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Klavs Berzins Articles (3) [selected PubMed articles for the year 2006 with the links to a full text at PubMed]
Peter Perlmann 1919-2005. (2006) >>7Biberfeld, Peter, 6Troye-Blomberg, Marita, 4Holm, Goran, 3Berzins, Klavs, 2Hammarström, Marie-Louise, 3Engvall, Eva, 7Wahlgren, Mats, 1Hammarström, Sten.
Drug-induced death of the asexual blood stages of Plasmodium falciparum occurs without typical signs of apoptosis. (2006) >>
Department of Immunology Wenner-Gren Institute, Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden.1Grandien, Alf, , , , 6Troye-Blomberg, Marita, 3Berzins, Klavs, 9Zhivotovsky, Boris, .
Antiplasmodial activities of some products from Turreanthus africanus (Meliaceae). (2006) >>
Department of Life Sciences, University of Buea, P.O. Box 63, Buea, Cameroon., , , 3Berzins, Klavs, , , 3Tane, Pierre.