Dr Jacobus Hendricks

Person Dr Jacobus Hendricks  
Telephone 0312608274
Email hendricksj@ukzn.ac.za


Campus Westville

Room F2-412

Department of Human Physiology

Research Interests My current research explores the impact of HIV on the cellular structures of infected persons immune systems and molecular testing through a study of individuals who are chronically infected with HIV.
Designation Lecturer
 Biosketch BSc (University of the Western Cape),

BSc Hons (Stellenbosch University),

MSc MedSc (Stellenbosch University),

PhD (University Medical Center Groningen)

List of Publications à  Daniels, WMU, Hendricks J., Salie R and Taljaard Josua J.F. 2001. The role of the Map-Kinase Superfamily in b-Amyloid Toxicity. Metabolic Brain Disease, Vol.16, Nos. ¾, December 2001.

à  Daniels W. M. U., Hendricks J., Salie R and Susan J. van Rensburg. 2004. A mechanism for Zinc Toxicity in Neuroblastoma Cells. Metabolic Brain Disease, Vol.19, Nos ½, June 2004.

à  Susan J. van Rensburg., Johann van Zyl, Dinie Hon, Willie Daniels, Jacobus Hendricks, Felix Potocnik and Rajiv Erasmus.2004. Biochemical Model for Inflammation of the Brain: The effect of iron and transferring on monocytes and lipid peroxidation. Metabolic Brain Disease, Vol.19, Nos. 1/2, June 2004.

à  Jacobus Hendricks, Peter Terpstra, Peter M. Dammers, Rajesh Somasundaram, Annie Visser, Maaike Stoel, Nicolaas A. Bos, Frans G.M. Kroese. Organization of the variable region of the immunoglobulin heavy chain gene locus of the rat. Immunogenetics (2010) 62:479–486.

à  Hendricks J, Visser A, Dammers PM, Burgerhof JG, Bos NA, Kroese FG. Class-switched marginal zone B cells in spleen have relatively low numbers of somatic mutations. Mol Immunol. 2011 Jan 20.

à  Peter M. Dammers, Jacobus Hendricks, Peter Terpstra, Nicolaas A. Bos, Frans G.M. Kroese. Organization of the immunoglobulin Heavy- and Light- Chain gene Loci in the rat. 2014. Comparative Immunoglobulin Genetics.

à  PhD Thesis direct link: http://hdl.handle.net/11370/d9fa0b3f-089e-44aa-9436-f81adbfb297b.

à  Jacobus Hendricks, Nicolaas A. Bos and Frans G.M. Kroese. Heterogeneity of memory marginal zone B cells. 2018. Critical Reviews™ in Immunology, 38(2):145–158 (2018)

à  The proportion of mutated IgM positive marginal zone B cells varies between IGHV gene families: pre-diversification or diversification in germinal centers” Jacobus Hendricks, Annie Visser, Peter M. Dammers, Johannes G.M. Burgerhof, Nicolaas A. Bos and Frans G.M. Kroese. 2019. PLOS One: In Press