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Folayan, MO, Khami MR, Folaranmi N, Orenuga O, Popoola BO, Olatosi O, Ligali TO, Sofola OO, Adeniyi AA, Esan A, Osaguona A.  2014.  Determinants of preventive dental practice for children among final year dental students in Nigeria . International Journal of Paediatric Dentistry . 24(1):43-50.
Folayan, MO, Khami MR, Folaranmi N, Popoola BO, Sofola OO, Ligali TO, Esan AO, Orenuga OO.  2013.  Determinants of preventive oral health behaviour among senior dental students in Nigeria . BMC Oral Health . 13(1):28.doi:10.1186/1472-6831-13-28.
Olasehinde, O, Boutin-Foster C, Alatise OI, Adisa AO, Lawal OO, Akinkuolie AA, Adesunkanmi A-RK, Arije OO, Kingham TP.  2017.  Developing a breast cancer screening program in Nigeria: evaluating current practices, perceptions, and possible barriers. Journal of global oncology. 3:490–496., Number 5: American Society of Clinical Oncology Abstract
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Olasehinde, O, Boutin-Foster C, Alatise OI, Adisa AO, Lawal OO, Akinkuolie AA, Adesunkanmi A-RK, Arije OO, Kingham TP.  2017.  Developing a breast cancer screening program in Nigeria: evaluating current practices, perceptions, and possible barriers. Journal of global oncology. 3:490–496., Number 5: American Society of Clinical Oncology Abstract
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Olasehinde, O, Boutin-Foster C, Alatise OI, Adisa AO, Lawal OO, Akinkuolie AA, Adesunkanmi A-RK, Arije OO, Kingham TP.  2017.  Developing a breast cancer screening program in Nigeria: evaluating current practices, perceptions, and possible barriers. Journal of global oncology. 3:490–496., Number 5: American Society of Clinical Oncology Abstract
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Ogunwande, GA, Akinola EO, Lana AR.  2015.  DEVELOPMENT OF A BIOGAS-POWERED POULTRY EGG INCUBATOR. Ife Journal of Science. 17(1)ogunwande_et_al_20.pdf
Oluwaranti, AI, O.O. Abiona, C.E. Onime, L.O. Kehinde, and Radicella SM.  2006.  Development of a non-intrusive network traffic monitoring and analysis system. African Journal of Science and Technology. Vol. 7, No. 2, December 2006(Addis Ababa, Ethiopia):pp.54-69. Abstract

The growth in the use of World Wide Web (WWW) in the Internet has caused a significant
increase in the type and volume of network traffic. Presently, there is complete reliance on computer
networks by most enterprise, hence the importance of network traffic monitoring and analysis can
not be over emphasized. Most of the existing traffic monitoring and analysis tools are only capable
of measuring traffic loads on individual network segments and servers generating such traffic.
Nowadays, there is exponential increase in Intranet to Internet traffic due to www and other
applications, the need to determine which host or application is generating the most traffic is
crucial and important in managing limited network resources efficiently.This paper presents an
approach to monitoring Intranet to Internet traffic through the development of a non intrusive
network traffic monitoring and analysis system. The experimental aims include being able to monitor
live network traffic without adversely imparting on performance and also to identify and monitor
traffic patterns (both speed and volume) on the basis of host (IP address), protocol and time of the
day. This work builds on a previous work with a limitation to monitoring network traffic in a
switched environment.The setup presented in this paper meets with the above aims and has been in
use at the Obafemi Awolowo University, since April 2003. The monitoring interface was placed in
promiscuous mode, and a Perl wrapper script was used to start the IP Network Monitoring Software
(IPTraf) with suitable argument, to gather detailed interface statistics information and also produce
suitable log files used by Multi Router Traffic Grapher (MRTG) to generate graphical overview and
Webalizer to generate detailed analysis. Other scripts used are Run_mrtg, used to run MRTG via a
crontab. Mrtg_reader was used to read and clear the counter file. Run_webalizer was used to run
Webalizer via a crontab, and Webalizer_caller was used to Calls Webalizer to process the file, with
input file and output directory specified. The MRTG graph shows usage pattern, network downtime,
peak and saturation periods. While the Webalizer shows detailed statistical information about the
total packets and kilobytes transferred on an hourly, daily and monthly basis. The paper explains
how it has been implemented at the Obafemi Awolowo University campus network and the
requirements – software and hardware to install such a system on any network.

O.K Owolarafe, L.A Sanni, W.A Olosunde, O.O Fadeyi, Ajibola OO.  2007.  Development of an aqueous batch extraction system for palm fruit processing.. Agricultural Mechanization in Asia, Africa and Latin America. Tokyo.. 38(4):61-66.
Waitt, C, Diliiy Penchala S, Olagunju A, Amara A, Else L, Lamorde M, Khoo S.  2017.  Development, validation and clinical application of a method for the simultaneous quantification of lamivudine, emtricitabine and tenofovir in dried blood and dried breast milk spots using LC–MS/MS. J Chromatogr B Analyt Technol Biomed Life Sci. 1060:300-307. AbstractDownload (Open Access)

Objectives: To present the validation and clinical application of a LC–MS/MS method for the quantification of lamivudine (3TC), emtricitabine (FTC) and tenofovir (TFV) in dried blood spots (DBS) and dried breast milk spots (DBMS).

Methods: DBS and DBMS were prepared from 50 and 30 μL of drug-spiked whole blood and human breast milk, respectively. Following extraction with acetonitrile and water, chromatographic separation utilised a Synergi polar column with a gradient mobile phase program consisting of 0.1% formic acid in water and 0.1% formic acid in acetonitrile. Detection and quantification was performed using a TSQ Quantum Ultra triple quadrupole mass spectrometer. The analytical method was used to evaluate NRTI drug levels in HIV-positive nursing mothers-infant pairs.

Results: The assay was validated over the concentration range of 16.6–5000 ng/mL for 3TC, FTC and TFV in DBS and DBMS except for TFV in DBMS where linearity was established from 4.2–1250 ng/mL. Intra and inter-day precision (%CV) ranged from 3.5–8.7 and accuracy was within 15% for all analytes in both matrices. The mean recovery in DBS was >61% and in DBMS >43% for all three analytes. Matrix effect was insignificant. Median AUC0-8 values in maternal DBS and DBMS, respectively, were 4683 (4165–6057) and 6050 (5217–6417) ng h/mL for 3TC, 3312 (2259–4312) and 4853 (4124–6691) ng h/mL for FTC and 1559 (930–1915) and 56 (45–80) ng h/mL for TFV. 3TC and FTC were quantifiable (>16.6 ng/mL) in DBS from 2/6 and 1/6 infants respectively whereas TFV was undetectable in all infants.

Conclusions: DBS and DBMS sampling for bioanalysis of 3TC, FTC and TFV is straightforward, robust, accurate and precise, and ideal for use in low-resource settings.

Akpalu, A, Gebregziabher M, Ovbiagele B, Sarfo F, Iheonye H, Akinyemi R, Akpa O, Tiwari HK, Arnett D, Wahab K, Lackland D, Abiodun A, Ogbole G, Jenkins C, Arulogun O, Akpalu J, Obiako R, Olowoyo P, Fawale M, Komolafe M, Osaigbovo G, Obiabo Y, Chukwuonye I, Owolabi L, Adebayo P, Sunmonu T, Owolabi M.  2019.  Differential Impact of Risk Factors on Stroke Occurrence Among Men Versus Women in West Africa: The SIREN Study, 2019. Stroke. 50(4) Abstract

Background and Purpose - The interplay between sex and the dominant risk factors for stroke occurrence in sub-Saharan Africa has not been clearly delineated. We compared the effect sizes of risk factors of stroke by sex among West Africans. Methods - SIREN study (Stroke Investigative Research and Educational Networks) is a case-control study conducted at 15 sites in Ghana and Nigeria. Cases were adults aged >18 years with computerized tomography/magnetic resonance imaging confirmed stroke, and controls were age- and sex-matched stroke-free adults. Comprehensive evaluation for vascular, lifestyle, and psychosocial factors was performed using validated tools. We used conditional logistic regression to estimate odds ratios and reported risk factor specific and composite population attributable risks with 95% CIs. Results - Of the 2118 stroke cases, 1193 (56.3%) were males. The mean±SD age of males was 58.1±13.2 versus 60.15±14.53 years among females. Shared modifiable risk factors for stroke with adjusted odds ratios (95% CI) among females versus males, respectively, were hypertension [29.95 (12.49-71.77) versus 16.1 0(9.19-28.19)], dyslipidemia [2.08 (1.42-3.06) versus 1.83 (1.29-2.59)], diabetes mellitus [3.18 (2.11-4.78) versus 2.19 (1.53-3.15)], stress [2.34 (1.48-3.67) versus 1.61 (1.07-2.43)], and low consumption of green leafy vegetables [2.92 (1.89-4.50) versus 2.00 (1.33-3.00)]. However, salt intake and income were significantly different between males and females. Six modifiable factors had a combined population attributable risk of 99.1% (98.3%-99.6%) among females with 9 factors accounting for 97.2% (94.9%-98.7%) among males. Hemorrhagic stroke was more common among males (36.0%) than among females (27.6%), but stroke was less severe among males than females. Conclusions - Overall, risk factors for stroke occurrence are commonly shared by both sexes in West Africa favoring concerted interventions for stroke prevention in the region.

Larsson, KAE, Saheed SA, Gradin T, Delp G, Karpinska B, Botha CEJ, Jonsson LMV.  2011.  Differential regulation of 3-Aminomethylindole / N-Methyl-3-aminomethylindole N-methyltransferase and gramine in barley by both biotic and abiotic stress conditions. . Plant Physiology and Biochemistry . 49:96-102.larsson_et_al_2011.pdf
Vitali, L. A., Petrelli, D., Lamikanra, A., Prenna, M., Akinkunmi EO.  2014.  Diversity of Antibiotic Resistance Genes and Staphylococcal Cassette Chromosome mec elements in Faecal Isolates of Coagulase-Negative Staphylococci from Nigeria. . BMC Microbiolgy. 14(106)
Owolabi, MO, Sarfo F, Akinyemi R, Gebregziabher M, Akpa O, Akpalu A, Wahab K, Obiako R, Ovbiagele B, Sarfo FS, Akinyemi R, Gebregziabher M, Akpa O, Akpalu A, Obiako R, Ovbiagele B, Tiwari HK, Arnett D, Lackland D, Adeoye AM, Akin O, Ogbole G, Jenkins C, Arulogun O, Ryan IM, Armstrong K, Olowoyo P, Komolafe M, Osaigbovo G, Obiabo O, Chukwuonye I, Adebayo P, Adebayo O, Omololu A, Otubogun F, Olaleye A, Durodola A, Olunuga T, Akinwande K, Aridegbe M, Fawale B, Adeleye O, Kolo P, Appiah L, Singh A, Adamu S, Awuah D, Saulson R, Agyekum F, Shidali V, Ogah O, Oguntade A, Umanruochi K, Iheonye H, Imoh L, Afolaranmi T, Calys-Tagoe B, Okeke O, Fakunle A, Akinyemi J, Akpalu J, Ibinaiye P, Agunloye A, Sanni T, Bisi A, Efidi C, Bock-Oruma A, Melikam S, Olaniyan L, Yaria J, Odo CJ, Lakoh S, Ogunjimi L, Salaam A, Oyinloye L, Asaleye C, Sanya E, Olowookere S, Makanjuola A, Oguntoye A, Uvere E, Faniyan M, Akintunde A, Kehinde I, Diala S, Adeleye O, Ajose OA, Onyeonoro U, Amusa AG, Owusu D, Mensah Y, Owolabi L.  2018.  Dominant modifiable risk factors for stroke in Ghana and Nigeria (SIREN): a case-control study, 2018. The Lancet Global Health. 6(4) Abstract

Background: Sub-Saharan Africa has the highest incidence, prevalence, and fatality from stroke globally. Yet, only little information about context-specific risk factors for prioritising interventions to reduce the stroke burden in sub-Saharan Africa is available. We aimed to identify and characterise the effect of the top modifiable risk factors for stroke in sub-Saharan Africa. Methods: The Stroke Investigative Research and Educational Network (SIREN) study is a multicentre, case-control study done at 15 sites in Nigeria and Ghana. Cases were adults (aged ≥18 years) with stroke confirmed by CT or MRI. Controls were age-matched and gender-matched stroke-free adults (aged ≥18 years) recruited from the communities in catchment areas of cases. Comprehensive assessment for vascular, lifestyle, and psychosocial factors was done using standard instruments. We used conditional logistic regression to estimate odds ratios (ORs) and population-attributable risks (PARs) with 95% CIs. Findings: Between Aug 28, 2014, and June 15, 2017, we enrolled 2118 case-control pairs (1192 [56%] men) with mean ages of 59·0 years (SD 13·8) for cases and 57·8 years (13·7) for controls. 1430 (68%) had ischaemic stoke, 682 (32%) had haemorrhagic stroke, and six (<1%) had discrete ischaemic and haemorrhagic lesions. 98·2% (95% CI 97·2–99·0) of adjusted PAR of stroke was associated with 11 potentially modifiable risk factors with ORs and PARs in descending order of PAR of 19·36 (95% CI 12·11–30·93) and 90·8% (95% CI 87·9–93·7) for hypertension, 1·85 (1·44–2·38) and 35·8% (25·3–46·2) for dyslipidaemia, 1·59 (1·19–2·13) and 31·1% (13·3–48·9) for regular meat consumption, 1·48 (1·13–1·94) and 26·5% (12·9–40·2) for elevated waist-to-hip ratio, 2·58 (1·98–3·37) and 22·1% (17·8–26·4) for diabetes, 2·43 (1·81–3·26) and 18·2% (14·1–22·3) for low green leafy vegetable consumption, 1·89 (1·40–2·54) and 11·6% (6·6–16·7) for stress, 2·14 (1·34–3·43) and 5·3% (3·3–7·3) for added salt at the table, 1·65 (1·09–2·49) and 4·3% (0·6–7·9) for cardiac disease, 2·13 (1·12–4·05) and 2·4% (0·7–4·1) for physical inactivity, and 4·42 (1·75–11·16) and 2·3% (1·5–3·1) for current cigarette smoking. Ten of these factors were associated with ischaemic stroke and six with haemorrhagic stroke occurrence. Interpretation: Implementation of interventions targeting these leading risk factors at the population level should substantially curtail the burden of stroke among Africans. Funding: National Institutes of Health.

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Adeoye, AM, Ovbiagele B, Akinyemi JO, Ogah OS, Akinyemi R, Gebregziabher M, Wahab K, Fakunle AG, Akintunde A, Adebayo O, Aje A, Tiwari HK, Arnett D, Agyekum F, Appiah LT, Amusa G, Olunuga TO, Onoja A, Sarfo FS, Akpalu A, Jenkins C, Lackland D, Owolabi L, Komolafe M, Faniyan MM, Arulogun O, Obiako R, Owolabi M.  2019.  Echocardiographic Abnormalities and Determinants of 1-Month Outcome of Stroke Among West Africans in the SIREN Study, 2019. Journal of the American Heart Association. 8(11) Abstract

Background: Little is known about the relationship between echocardiographic abnormalities and outcome among patients with acute stroke. We investigated the pattern and association of baseline echocardiographic variables with 1-month disability and mortality among patients with stroke in the SIREN (Stroke Investigative Research and Education Network) study. Methods and Results: We enrolled and followed up consecutive 1020 adult patients with acute stroke with baseline transthoracic echocardiography from west Africa. To explore the relationship between echocardiographic variables and 1-month disability (using modified Rankin scale >3) and fatality, regression models were fitted. Relative risks were computed with 95% CIs. The participants comprised 60% men with a mean age of 59.2±14.6 years. Ischemic stroke was associated with smaller aortic root diameter (30.2 versus 32.5, P=0.018) and septal (16.8 versus 19.1, P<0.001) and posterior wall thickness at systole (18.9 versus 21.5, P=0.004). Over 90% of patients with stroke had abnormal left ventricular (LV) geometry with eccentric hypertrophy predominating (56.1%). Of 13 candidate variables investigated, only baseline abnormal LV geometry (concentric hypertrophy) was weakly associated with 1-month disability (unadjusted relative risk, 1.80; 95% CI, 0.97–5.73). Severe LV systolic dysfunction was significantly associated with increased 1-month mortality (unadjusted relative risk, 3.05; 95% CI, 1.36–6.83). Conclusions: Nine of 10 patients with acute stroke had abnormal LV geometry and a third had systolic dysfunction. Severe LV systolic dysfunction was significantly associated with 1 month mortality. Larger studies are required to establish the independent effect and unravel predictive accuracy of this association.

Ogunniyi, S, Makinde O, Adeniyi A, Sanusi Y, Lawal O.  1998.  Ectopic Pregnancy Involving the Rectum, 11. Tropical doctor. 28:239-40. Abstract
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Neary, M, Lamorde M, Olagunju A, Darin KM, Merry C, Byakika-Kibwika P, Back DJ, Siccardi M, Owen A, Scarsi KK.  2017.  The Effect of Gene Variants on Levonorgestrel Pharmacokinetics when Combined with Antiretroviral Therapy containing Efavirenz or Nevirapine. Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics . (DOI: 10.1002/cpt.667) AbstractJournal Website

Reduced levonorgestrel concentrations from the levonorgestrel contraceptive implant was previously seen when given concomitantly with efavirenz. We sought to assess whether single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) in genes involved in efavirenz and nevirapine metabolism were linked to these changes in levonorgestrel concentration. SNPs in CYP2B6, CYP2A6, NR1I2 and NR1I3 were analysed. Associations of participant demographics and genotype with levonorgestrel pharmacokinetics were evaluated in HIV-positive women using the levonorgestrel implant plus efavirenz- or nevirapine-based ART, in comparison to ART-naïve women using multivariate linear regression. Efavirenz group: CYP2B6 516G>T was associated with lower levonorgestrel log10 Cmax and log10 AUC. CYP2B6 15582C>T was associated with lower log10 AUC. Nevirapine group: CYP2B6 516G>T was associated with higher log10 Cmax and lower log10 Cmin . Pharmacogenetic variations influenced subdermal levonorgestrel pharmacokinetics in HIV-positive women, indicating that the magnitude of the interaction with non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors (NNRTIs) is influenced by host genetics.

Olldashi, F, Muzha I, Filipi N, Lede R, Copertari P, Traverso C, Copertari A, Vergara EA, Montenegro C, De Huidobro RR et al..  2004.  Effect of intravenous corticosteroids on death within 14 days in 10008 adults with clinically significant head injury (MRC CRASH trial): Randomised placebo-controlled trial, 2004. The Lancet. 364(9442) Abstract

Background Corticosteroids have been used to treat head injuries for more than 30 years. In 1997, findings of a systematic review suggested that these drugs reduce risk of death by 1-2%. The CRASH trial—a multicentre international collaboration—aimed to confirm or refute such an effect by recruiting 20 000 patients. In May, 2004, the data monitoring committee disclosed the unmasked results to the steering committee, which stopped recruitment. Methods 10 008 adults with head injury and a Glasgow coma score (GCS) of 14 or less within 8 h of injury were randomly allocated 48 h infusion of corticosteroids (methylprednisolone) or placebo. Primary outcomes were death within 2 weeks of injury and death or disability at 6 months. Prespecified subgroup analyses were based on injury severity (GCS) at randomisation and on time from injury to randomisation. Analysis was by intention to treat. Effects on outcomes within 2 weeks of randomisation are presented in this report. This study is registered as an International Standard Randomised Controlled Trial, number ISRCTN74459797. Findings Compared with placebo, the risk of death from all causes within 2 weeks was higher in the group allocated corticosteroids (1052 [21·1%] vs 893 [17·9%] deaths; relative risk 1·18 [95% CI 1·09-1·27]; p=0·0001). The relative increase in deaths due to corticosteroids did not differ by injury severity (p=0·22) or time since injury (p=0·05). Interpretation Our results show there is no reduction in mortality with methylprednisolone in the 2 weeks after head injury. The cause of the rise in risk of death within 2 weeks is unclear.

Lalude, LO, Oluwo RD, Taiwo KA.  2010.  Effect of solute infiltration on oil uptake and cyanide content of fried cassava chips (abacha). Journal of Food, Agriculture & Environment. 8(3&4):244-246.: World Food Ltd Abstract
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Lalude, LO, Oluwo RD, Taiwo KA.  2010.  Effect of solute infiltration on oil uptake and cyanide content of fried cassava chips (abacha). Journal of Food, Agriculture & Environment. 8(3&4):244-246.: World Food Ltd Abstract
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Bakare, MK, Oluduro AO, Omoboye OO, Leramo AJ, Adebayo IA.  2014.  Effects of different substrates on the morphological characteristics and proximate content of Pleurotus pulminarius. Food Science and Quality Management. 32:46-56.bakare_et_al._2014__-2.pdf
Lawani, AO.  2011.  The Effects of Parenting Styles on Student’s Disposition to Violence in Osun State, Nigeria. Revista de Cercetaresi Interventie Sociala. 32:86-94.
Lyra Jr, H, Collaborative G, Nepogodiev D, Simoes J, Li E, Picciochi M, Glasbey J, Baiocchi G, Blanco-Colino R, Chaudhry D, Alameer E, Elsanhoury K, Funmi W, Ghosh D, Gujjuri R, Harrison E, Lule H, Kaafarani H, Nabian MH, Egbuchulem I.  2021.  Effects of pre-operative isolation on postoperative pulmonary complications after elective surgery: an international prospective cohort study, 08. Anaesthesia. Abstract
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Olagunju, A, Adeola F, Olagunoye A, Ojo T, Adefuye B, Fagbamigbe A, Adebiyi A, Olagunju O, Ladipo O, Akinloye A, Adeagbo B, Onayade A, Bolaji O, Happi C, Rannard S, Owen A.  2021.  Efficacy and safety of nitazoxanide plus atazanavir/ritonavir for the treatment of moderate to severe COVID-19 (NACOVID): A structured summary of a study protocol for a randomised controlled trial, 12. Trials. 22 Abstract
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Lal, C, DiSanto G, Caputo M, Panighel M, Taleatu BA, Goldoni A, Jain IP.  2014.  Electronic Structure of Fe3Si on Si(100) Substrates, Dec.. AIP Proceedings. , India