Area of Specialization
- MICROBIOLOGY AND PARASITOLOGY
James Mageto Multiple parasitic infections as risk factors of active convulsive epilepsy. Kilifi, Kenya 2013 Wellcome Trust, Sanger Institute
- Olasunkamni O., Chen S., Mageto J. and Zhaohua Z. (2020).Virus induced Cytoplasmic aggregates and inclusions: A critical Cellular Regulatory and Antiviral Factor. Viruses, 12(4), 399.
- Mageto, J., Muleke C., Newton, C. & Gachuhi, S. 2015 Multiple parasitic infections as risk factors of active convulsive epilepsy. Scholars Journal of Applied Medical Sciences, 3 (1): 178-184.
- Wagner, R., Bottomley, C., H., Mathew, A.,., Mageto, J., Ae-Ngisibe et al. 2015 Incidence, Remission and Mortality of Convulsive Epilepsy in Rural Northeast South Africa, PLos One, Volume: 10, Issue:6.
- Kariuki, S., Matuja, W., Akpalu, A., Kakooza-Mwesige, A., Chabi, M., Mageto, J., Newton, C. 2014 Clinical features, proximate causes and consequences of active convulsive epilepsy in Africa. Epilepsia, 55(1): 76-85.
- Gathoni, K., Christian, B., Mageto, J., Lowe, B., Wilkins, P., Noh, J., Nutman, T., Newton, C. et al. 2014. Exposure to multiple parasites is associated with the prevalence of Active Convulsive Epilepsy in Sub-Saharan Africa. PLos Neglected Tropical Diseases, 8(5):