Dr Andre Vosloo
Vosloo 
 

Dr Vosloo a lecturer and Academic Leader in the School of Life Sciences. Thier research into biomarker development finds application in various fields, but lately they have supported the aquaculture industry in monitoring, managing and ensuring aquatic animal health. 
     
 Quote:   "If you are in your comfort zone you are not pushing the boundaries of science or life."
Position:   Senior Lecturer & Academic Leader
Qualifications:   PhD
Hons BSc
BSc
     
Discipline:   Cellular Biology
Campus:   Westville
Telephone:   031 260 1337
Email:   Vosloo@ukzn.ac.za
     
 Research Areas:  
Aquatic animal health
Biomarker development
Ecophysiology
Metabolism

Aquatic animal health

Biomarker development

Ecophysiology

Metabolism

Recent Publications:












 

Brown, E. J. & Vosloo, A. 2017. The involvement of the hypothalamopituitary-adrenocortical axis in stress physiology and its significance in the assessment of animal welfare in cattle. Onderstepoort Journal of Veterinary Science, 84, 1-9.

Vosloo, D, Vosloo, A. Short post-spawning recovery time affects DNA integrity and fertilisation success of South African abalone (Haliotis midae) oocytes. Journal of Shellfish Research 36(1): 169-174.

Mdlalose, T. I., Christison, K. W. & Vosloo, A. Use of Dried Blood Spots (DBS) to Diagnose Hyper- And Hypoglycaemia in Farmed Dusky kob Argyrosomus japonicus. Aquaculture 473: 43-50. doi: 10.1016/j.aquaculture.2016.12.024

Venter, L., Loots, D. T., Vosloo, A., Jansen Van Rensburg, P. & Lindeque, J. Z. Characterising opines in LC-QTOF analysed abalone adductor muscle: Theory meets Practice. Journal of Chromatography B (in press)

Venter, L., Loots, D. T., Vosloo, A., Jansen Van Rensburg, P. & Lindeque, J. Z. Abalone growth and associated aspects: now from a metabolic perspective. Reviews in Aquaculture (in press). doi:10.1111/raq.12181

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