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2020
Elufioye, T, Cyril-Olutayo M.  2020.  Identification of the Anti-sickling Activity of Anogeissus leiocarpus and In Silico Investigation of Some of Its Phytochemicals, 10. Avicenna Journal of Medical Biochemistry. 8 Abstract

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Ekanem, S, Jagboro G, Opawole A, Adewuyi T.  2020.  Modelling Delay of Road Construction Projects in 'No Funding- Stress' Scenario using Ordinal Logistic Regression Approach, 10. Civil and Environmental Research. 12:60-78. Abstract
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Onakpoya, U, Ojo O, Eyekpegha O, Oguns A, Akintomide A.  2020.  Early experience with permanent pacemaker implantation at a tertiary hospital in Nigeria, 07. Pan African Medical Journal. 36 Abstract
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Ebunoluwa, E, Ojo G.  2020.  Factors Influencing Quantity Surveying Services Performance in Nigeria, 07. Built Environment Journal. 17:49. Abstract
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Ebunoluwa, E, Ojo G.  2020.  Factors Influencing Quantity Surveying Services Performance in Nigeria, 07. Built Environment Journal. 17:49. Abstract
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Aanuolu, J, Marcus D, Elujoba AA, Kemi F.  2020.  Antihyperglycaemic and antioxidant activities of Sansevierialiberica as justification for its antidiabetic claims, 04. African Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology. 14:59-66. Abstract
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Aransiola, E, Shittu T, Oyewusi T, Adetoyese A, Fagbeyiro O, Eyibio U.  2020.  Lignocellulosic Pretreatment Methods for Bioethanol Production, 04. :135-162. Abstract
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Akinsulore, A, Adegbenro C, Balogun Y, Elekwachi G, Babalola O, Akinlua F.  2020.  Perceived Stress and its Relationship with Coping Strategies among Doctors at a Tertiary Hospital in Ile-Ife, Nigeria, 04. West African journal of medicine. 37 Abstract
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Oluwabunmi, A, Efobi U, Asongu S.  2020.  Financing Sustainable Development in Africa: Taking Stock, and Looking Forward, 01. SSRN Electronic Journal. Abstract
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Iloabanafor, TA, Olawole MO, Eludoyin AO.  2020.  Weekday Trip Patterns of Students in Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria. Interdisciplinary Environmental Review . 20(2):159-185.Website
Oyetola, EO, Adesina OM, Ogunbameru K, Egunjobi S, Adejobi AF.  2020.  Distribution of medical conditions among dental patients. Nigerian Medical Journal: Journal of the Nigeria Medical Association. 61:129., Number 3: Wolters Kluwer–Medknow Publications Abstract
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Erhabor, GE, Akinsulore A, Awopeju OF, Arawomo AO, Erhabor JO.  2020.  Perceived Stigma and Its Relationship with Anxiety, Depression and Stress Among Patients with Pulmonary Tuberculosis in Ile-ife, Nigeria. D26. CLINICAL AND EPIDEMIOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS IN TB. :A6377–A6377.: American Thoracic Society Abstract
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Akinsulore, A, Adeseiye OC, Oloniniyi IO, Esimai OA.  2020.  Prevalence and Factors Associated with Comorbid Depression and Anxiety Among Older Adults in South-western Nigeria: A Community-Based Study. Annals of Health Research. 6:421–431., Number 4 Abstract
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Ihekoronye, MR, Osemene KP, Erhun WO, Afolabi MO.  2020.  Qualitative analysis of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of professional services by community pharmacies in Nigeria. Journal of Health and Medical Sciences. 3, Number 4 Abstract
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Ihekoronye, MR, Osemene KP, Erhun WO, Afolabi MO.  2020.  Qualitative analysis of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of professional services by community pharmacies in Nigeria. Journal of Health and Medical Sciences. 3, Number 4 Abstract
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Essien, O, Akinola N, Bolarinwa R, Ibanga I, Adesina TJ.  2020.  Serum Ferritin Levels and Haemochromatosis Genes (C282Y and H63D) in Nigerian Patients with Sickle Cell Anaemia in the Steady State. Available at SSRN 3537092. Abstract
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Okon, AJ, Aluko OO, Tom UE, Essien NE.  2020.  {Bioaccumulation of Heavy Metals in Liver of Albino Wistar Rats Exposed to Single and Heavy Metal Mixture}. African Journal of Environmental Health Sciences. 7:101–109. Abstract

Heavy metals such as cadmium, lead and arsenic pose health hazards to animals and humans globally. These tend to bio-accumulate in body tissues and organs and interfere with the functioning of vital cellular components. This study was conducted to evaluate the bioaccumulation of these metals in the liver of albino Wistar rats following a sub-chronic Department of Public Health, exposure to single and heavy metal mixture.Twenty mature male Albino University of Calabar, Calabar, Nigeria Wistar rats weighing 192 -200g were randomly assigned into five groups of four rats each. Groups 1, 2, 3 and 4 were treated for 12 weeks with 60mg/kg bodyweight of lead acetate, 22.5 mg/kg bodyweight of cadmium dichloride, 18.8mg/kg bodyweight of arsenic trioxide, and treated with a mixture of lead acetate (60mg/kg bodyweight) cadmium dichloride (22.5 mg/kg body weight) and arsenic trioxide (18.8 mg/kg bodyweight) while group 5 served as the control. Both treated groups of animals and the control group were fed with rat chow and water throughout the experimental period. At termination, there was significant accumulation of metals in the liver of animals in the intoxicated groups when compared with the control group. Lead accumulation in the liver was found to be (41.41+33.72 kg/mg) in lead only group. Cadmium (Cd) accumulation in the liver was found to be 40.16+21.41 kg/mg in the Cadmium alone group. Arsenic (As) accumulation in the liver was found Corresponding Author: to be 26.59 + 10.12 kg/mg. The co-metal exposure group had Arsenic (As) as above concentration of 51.89 + 11.12kg/mg which was significantly (P < 0.05) á higher than that of As alone group and even other metals in the co-metal exposure group. There was a decrease in liver weight especially in As-exposed groups and a greater decrease in the co-exposure group. Cadmium, Lead, Arsenic, Similarly, change in body weight was higher in the mixed heavy metal Bioaccumulation, group followed by the arsenic exposed group.The elevated levels of these Albino Wistar Rats. metals in the liver of experimental suggests potential toxic effects. A greater bioaccumulation of the metals in the co-exposure group suggests a synergistic interaction which implies increased toxicity. There is need to limit exposure to these heavy metals.

2019
Ojo, GK, E.I. E.  2019.  Assessment of Internal Marketing Relationship of Quantity Surveying Firms in Southwestern Nigeria, 7 August. West Africa Built Environment Research (WABER) Conference. , Ghanainternal_marketing-waber.pdf
Osukoya, A, Adeyemo A, Owojuyigbe T, Ohuche A, Ejiofor O, Amusa Y.  2019.  Clinicopathological Determinants of Treatment Outcomes of Nasal Polyps in a Black African Cohort, 2019/12/28. 7:17-21. Abstract
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Adesegun, T, Yusuff O, Ezekpo O, Soyoye D, Kolawole B, Ikem R.  2019.  Five-year review of diabetic foot ulcer admissions at Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospital, Ile-Ife, Nigera, 2019/11/06. Abstract
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