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Abdul, WO, Omoniyi IT, Adekoya EO, Daniel OS, Olowe OS.  2015.  SOME STOCK PARAMETERS OF ELOPS LACERTA DURING ESTUARINE PHASE OF LIFE HISTORY. Ife Journal of Science. 17(2)abdul_et_al_9.pdf
Abdullahi, S'adT, Olagunju A, Soyinka JO, Bolarinwa RA, Olarewaju OJ, Bakare-Odunola MT, Owen A, Khoo S.  2019.  Pharmacogenetics of artemether-lumefantrine influence on nevirapine disposition: Clinically significant drug–drug interaction? British journal of clinical pharmacology. 85:540–550., Number 3: Wiley Online Library Abstract
Abdullahi, S'adT, Soyinka JO, Olagunju A, Bolarinwa RA, Olarewaju OJ, Bakare-Odunola MT, Winterberg M, Tarning J, Owen A, Khoo S.  2020.  CYP2B6* 6 Genotype Specific Differences in Artemether-Lumefantrine Disposition in Healthy Volunteers. The Journal of Clinical Pharmacology. 60:351–360., Number 3: Wiley Online Library Abstract
Abdullahi, U., Oripelaye, M.M., Olanrewaju, F.O., Onayemi, O., Olasode, O.A., Oninla O.  2021.  Clinical, Haematological and Immunological Profile of a Cohort of Human Immunodeficiency Virus-infected Subjects Initiating Antiretroviral Therapy at a Tertiary Treatment Centre in Nigeria. . Journal of Medical and Basic Scientific Research. 1(1):59-6. Abstractclinical_haematological_and_immunological_profile_of_hiv_patients.pdfWebsite

Background: Human immunodeficiency virus infection (HIV) continues to be a global health problem. It is a systemic disease that can affect virtually all organ systems including the immunological and haematological systems. Haematological abnormalities are among the most common complications of HIV infection; and are strong independent predictors of morbidity and mortality in HIV-infected individuals.This study aimed to determine the changes in clinical, haematological and immunological profile of HIV-infected patients commencing antiretroviral therapy, as well as the correlation of these parameters with the CD4 cells count.
Method: This study was a hospital-based secondary data analysis from 200 HIV-infected patients aged 18 years and above, who were initiated on HAART and have been on these drugs for 12 months. Relevant data were extracted from patient's case notes. Frequencies, proportions, correlations and paired sample t test were performed and the level of significance was set at p value <0.05.
Results: The mean (±SD) age of the studied population was 40.5±10.9 years and majority were females 68% (n=136). The comparative means (±SD) values of the parameters at baseline and 12 months after commencement of HAART were: haemoglobin concentration (10.26 ± 1.68 vs 11.50 ± 1.11 g/dl, P value <0.0001), lymphocyte count (40.0 ± 13.36% vs 44.13 ± 11.70%, 95%, P value 0.001), eosinophils count concentration (13.46 ± 6.76% vs 11.39 ± 6.51%, 95%, P value 0.003) and platelets count (211.73 ± 108.32 vs 255.98 ± 92.42 X109/L, 95%, P value <0.0001). The mean (±SD) change in CD4 count was (162 ± 96 vs 346 ± 173 cells/mm3, 95%, P value <0.0001). The mean (±SD) of the BMI before and after HAART were (21.22 ± 4.26 vs 24.85 ± 4.47 kg/m2, 95%, P value <0.0001).
Conclusion: Haematological abnormalities remain a common finding in HIV-infected patients. The role of HAART in improving the clinical, haematological and immunological parameters in HIV-positive treatment-naïve patients was confirmed by significant improvements observed in the abnormal parameters following HAART use.

Abegunde, AA, Adedigba MA, Ogunbodede EO, Mobolaji JW, Ojo B.  2015.  Local Community-Based Clustering Pattern and Sexual Behaviour of Households with HIV/AIDS in Different Residential Densities of a Nigerian Semi-Urban Region. Ife Journal of Behavioural Research. 7, Number 1 & 2 Abstract
Abere, O, Ogunba O, Dugeri T.  2020.  An investigation of factors influencing maturity levels of property market in southwestern Nigeria, 2020/09/30. ahead-of-print Abstract

PurposeThe study investigated the factors influencing maturity levels in the Nigerian property market particularly southwestern Nigeria in sub-Saharan Africa. There is a need to identify the factors responsible for the less notable progress in the market in order to proffer measures that will enhance the property market or attract both local and international real estate investors.
The method of data analysis adopted is weighted mean scores. The study sampled estate surveyors, public land administrators and financier, which are represented by the commercial bank. The respondents were presented a list of 40 factors and asked to rank them on a seven-point Likert scale. In order to reduce the variables responsible for the maturity levels into a few factors, factor analysis was employed.
The factors identified by respondents as the most responsible for the maturity levels observed (those with the highest weighted mean score of 6.52, 6.35 and 6.31) include government policy on interest rate, safety of property right/titles and insufficient property market information. Using factor analysis, the variables were further grouped into six factors namely monetary policy, property right registration, property professionalism, investor friendliness, property data and economic factors.
Practical implications
On the basis of findings, the study recommends that the government should create an enabling environment for prospective investors/or property owners by taking measures that will improve the ease of doing business at same time enhance the foreign real estate investment. The government should pass enabling legislation that will make real estate financing a feature of the capital market. The Central Bank of Nigeria can help in managing the rate of inflation in order to reduce the cost of the construction materials so that average Nigerian can be able to own property asset. Prominent real estate firms should in conjunction with The Nigeria Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers develop property data bank on market fundamentals, e.g. rental/capital values, yields, construction cost indices, etc.
The paper provided the information on the factors that will enhance property maturity levels in southwestern Nigeria.

Abereijo, IO.  2002.  Internet as a Competitive Business Resource – Any Hope for Nigerian Small Scale Enterprises? Ife Journal of Psychology. 4(1):66-78.
Abereijo, IO, Afolabi FJ.  2016.  Returnee Entrepreneurship and Occupational Health and Safety in Nigeria. Diasporas and Transnational Entrepreneurship in Global Contexts. , Hershey: IGI Global
Abereijo, IO.  2008.  Developing a Model for Delivering Internet-based Business Development Services to Small and Medium Enterprises in Nigeria. Journal of Computer Science and Its Applications. 15(5):17-36.
Abereijo, IO, Adegbite SA, Ilori MO, Irefin IA, Aderemi HO.  2008.  Factors Determining the Innovative Ability of Manufacturing Small and Medium Enterprises in Nigeria. Ife PsychologIA. 16(1):56-71.
Abereijo, I, Adesina F, Yinusa O, Jegede C, Fayomi A, Akinbami C, Opatola M, Jiboye T, Akinyosoye M, Oguntimehin A, Alagbada I.  2015.  Restructuring the Loan System in Cooperative Societies for Economic Empowerment in Nigeria, 2015/10/20. 1:207-223. Abstract
Abereijo, IO, Adegbite SA, Ilori MO, Adeniyi AA, Aderemi HA.  2009.  Technological innovation sources and institutional supports for manufacturing small and medium enterprises in Nigeria. Journal of technology management & innovation. 4(2):82-89.: Universidad Alberto Hurtado. Facultad de Economía y Negocios Abstract
Abereijo, IO, Fayomi AO.  2004.  Small Firm and Equity Capital Financing in Nigeria – A Review of Literature. The Quarterly Journal of Administration (QJA). XXXII(2):116-138.
Abereijo, IO, Ilori MO, Olomola PA.  2012.  Forms of Technological Spillovers from Multinational Companies to Small and Medium Food Companies in Nigeria. Journal of Technology Management in China. 7(2):152-163.
Abereijo, IO, Afolabi JF.  2017.  Religiosity and entrepreneurship intentions among Pentecostal Christians. Entrepreneurship: concepts, methodologies, tools, and applications. :1865–1880.: IGI Global Abstract
Abereijo, IO, Afolabi FJ.  2016.  Religiosity and Entrepreneurship Intentions among Pentecostal Christians in Nigeria: Empirical Assessment. Diasporas and Transnational Entrepreneurship in Global Contexts. , Hershey: IGI Global
Abereijo, IO, Ilori MO.  2012.  Technological Spillovers from Multinational Companies to Small and Medium Food Companies in Nigeria. Management of Technological Innovation in Developing and Developed Countries. , Rijeka, Croatia: InTech
Abereijo, IO, Aladekomo FO.  2008.  Beyond Credit: The Role of Non-Financial Assistance in Promoting SMEs Development in Nigeria. African Journal of Communication & Development Studies. 2(1):309-315.
Abereijo, IO, Ilori MO, Taiwo KA, Adegbite SA.  2007.  Assessment of the Capabilities for Innovation by Small and Medium Industry in Nigeria. African Journal of Business Management. 1(8):209-217.
Abereijo, IO.  2014.  Developing Entrepreneurial Competences in University Lecturers: Obafemi Awolowo University Experience. Kenya College of Accountancy University Journal of Business Management (KJBM). 6(1):30-42.
Abereijo, IO.  2018.  Entrepreneurship Education Delivery in Africa: Future Direction. Entrepreneurship Education: Opportunities, Challenges and Future Directions. , New York: Nova Science Publishers
Abereijo, IO, Ilori MO, Adegbite SA, Adeniyi AA, Aderemi HO.  2009.  Technological Innovation Sources and Institutional Support for Manufacturing Small and Medium Enterprises in Nigeria. Journal of Technology Management and Innovation. 4(2):82-89.
Abereijo, IO, Ilori MO, Taiwo KA, Adegbite SA.  2007.  Assessment of the capabilities for innovation by small and medium industry in Nigeria. African Journal of Business Management. 1(8): Academic Journals Abstract