Bioactive constituents, in vitro radical scavenging and antibacterial activities of selected Apis mellifera honey from Kenya

Apis mellifera honey samples from different geographical location in Kenya

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Name of principal investigator Michael G. Lattorff
Email of principle investigator Michael G. Lattorff
  • Collaborators: Mokaya O. Hosea
  • Collaborators: Joel L. Bargul
  • Collaborators: Janet W. Irungu
Donor/funding agency
Start date of project 2018-01-01
End date of project 2019-12-31
Region East Africa
  • Country: Kenya
Administrative area(s)
Name of contact person Mokaya O. Hosea
Email of contact person
Date uploaded 2022-03-30
Maintainer Kennedy Senagi
Email of maintainer
Citation narrative Mokaya, H. O., Bargul, J. L., Irungu, J. W., & Lattorff, H. M. G. (2020). Bioactive constituents, in vitro radical scavenging and antibacterial activities of selected Apis mellifera honey from Kenya. International Journal of Food Science & Technology, 55(3), 1246-1254.
Is this third party data? No - This is not third party data, and I consent to archive it
Acknowledgement statement The authors are grateful to all beekeepers for providing honey samples for this study and the entire Environmental Health theme team for their support. We gratefully acknowledge the financial support for this research by the following organisations and agencies: European Union (DCI-FOOD/2013/313-659); UK’s Department for International Development (DFID); Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida); the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC); Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia; and the Kenyan Government. The views expressed herein do not necessarily reflect the official opinion of the donors. JLB is supported by DELTAS Africa Initiative grant # DEL-15-011 to THRiVE-2. The DELTAS Africa Initiative is an independent funding scheme of the African Academy of Sciences (AAS)’s Alliance for Accelerating Excellence in Science in Africa (AESA) and supported by the New Partnership for Africa’s Development Planning and Coordinating Agency (NEPAD Agency) with funding from the Wellcome Trust grant # 107742/Z/15/Z and the UK government. The views expressed in this publication are those of the author(s) and not necessarily those of AAS, NEPAD Agency, Wellcome Trust or the UK government.