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Nabie, MJ, Sofo S, Afolabi MO, Afolabi ERI, Faleye BA.  Submitted.  Unizulu International Journal of Education. Abstract
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Nahar, N, Badmus SA, Das SK, Malek MIA, Rahman M, Khan MAM.  2018.  Retinopathy of prematurity in Bangladesh: an overview. Community eye health. 31:S25., Number 101: International Centre for Eye Health Abstract
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Naidoo, S, Dimba E, Yengopal V, Folayan MO, Akpata ES.  2015.  Strategies for oral health research in Africa and the Middle Eastern region. Advance Dental Research. 27(1):43-9.doi:10.1177/0022034515575539..
NASSAR, ML, SOEWU FO, ALARAPE A, AKINYEMI FO.  2017.  SOCIAL NORMS, SUSTAINABILITY ORIENTATION AND SUSTAINABLE ENTREPRENEURSHIP OF SMALL BUSINESSES IN IBADAN, OYO STATE, NIGERIA.. Ethiopian Journal of Environmental Studies & Management. 10, Number 9 Abstract
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Nathaniel, I.T., Salami, A. T., and Olajuyigbe AO.  2000.  Environmental Features of Nigeria’s Economic Exclusive Zone (EEZ): Ibeno and Bonny as a case study,. African Journal of Environmental Studies,. Vol. 1 (1&2):pp9-17..
Nathaniel, I.T., Oladimeji, O, Akanbi, C.T., and Salami AT.  1999.  "Biodiversity Survey of Macrobenthic Invertebrate Community of an oil Drilling Environment in the Marine Waters of Nigeria", . Nigerian Journal of Ecology,. 1:pp97-104.
Ndububa, Agbafwuru AE, Adebayo RA, Olasode BJ, Olaomi OO, Adeosun OA, Arigbabu AO.  2001.  Upper gastrointestinal findings and incidence of Helicobacter pylori infection among Nigerian patients with dyspepsia. . West African Journal of Medicine . 20:140-145.
Ndububa, DA, Ojo OS, Adetiloye VA, Rotimi O, Durosinmi MA, Uchegbu LO.  1999.  The incidence and characteristics of some paraneoplastic syndromes of hepatocellular carcinoma in Nigerian patients. European Journal of Gastroenterology & Hepatology. 11:1401–1404.
Ndububa, DA, Agbakwuru EA, Olasode BJ, Aladegbaiye AO, Adekanle O, Arigbabu AO.  2007.  Correlation between endoscopic suspicion of gastric cancer and histology in Nigerian patients with dyspepsia. Tropical Gastroenterology . 28:69–71.
Ndububa, DA, Ojo OS, Adeodu OO, Adetiloye VA, Olasode BJ, Famurewa OC, Durosinmi MA.  2001.  Primary hepatocellular carcinoma in Ile-Ife, Nigeria: a prospective study of 154 cases. . Nigerian Journal of Medicine . 10:59–63.
Ndububa, D, Erhabor G, Akinola D.  1992.  Typhoid and paratyphoid fever: a retrospective study, 04. Tropical gastroenterology : official journal of the Digestive Diseases Foundation. 13:56-63. Abstract
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Ndububa, DA, Ojo OS, Adetiloye VA, Aladegbaiye AO, Adebayo RA, Adekanle O.  2010.  The contribution of alcohol to chronic liver disease in patients from southwest Nigeria.. Nigerian Journal of Clinical Practice . 13:360-364.
Ndububa, DA, Yakicier CM, Ojo OS, Adeodu OO, Rotimi O, Ogunbiyi O, Ozturk M.  2001.  P53 codon 249 mutation in hepatocellular carcinomas from Nigeria.. African Journal of Medicine & Medical Sciences . 30:125-127.
Ndububa, D, Makinde O, Ojo O, Adetiloye V, Adebayo R.  2002.  Pregnancy in Nigerian women with liver cirrhosis: A report of three cases, 02. Journal of obstetrics and gynaecology : the journal of the Institute of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. 22:92-4. Abstract
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Ndukwe, KC, Folayan MO, I Ugboko V.  2007.  Orofacial injuries associated with prehospital management of febrile convulsion in Nigerian children. Journal of Dental Traumatology . 23(2):72-75.
Ndukwe, K, Ugboko V, Ogunlola I, Orji E, Makinde O.  2005.  Orofacial Injuries in Eclamptic Nigerians, 01. African journal of reproductive health. 8:147-51. 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.

Nepogodiev, D, Baiocchi G, Blanco-Colino R, Wuraola F, Ghosh D, Gujjuri R, Harrison E, Lule H, Kaafarani H, Leventoğlu S, McLean K, Mengesha MG, Faustin N, Outani O, Ots R, Pockney P, Qureshi A, Roslani A, Satoi S, Garcia-moreno F.  2021.  Timing of surgery following SARS-CoV-2 infection: an international prospective cohort study, 06. Anaesthesia. 76:748-758. Abstract
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New, M, Hewitson B, Stephenson D, Tsiga A, Kruger A, Manhique A, Gomez B, Coelho S, Masisi D, Kululanga E, Mbambalala E, Adesina F, Saleh H, Kanyanga JK, Adosi J, Bulane L, Fortunata L, Mdoka M, Lajoie R.  2006.  Evidence of trends in daily climate extremes over southern and west Africa, 2006/07/27. 111 Abstract

[ 1] There has been a paucity of information on trends in daily climate and climate extremes, especially from developing countries. We report the results of the analysis of daily temperature ( maximum and minimum) and precipitation data from 14 south and west African countries over the period 1961 - 2000. Data were subject to quality control and processing into indices of climate extremes for release to the global community. Temperature extremes show patterns consistent with warming over most of the regions analyzed, with a large proportion of stations showing statistically significant trends for all temperature indices. Over 1961 to 2000, the regionally averaged occurrence of extreme cold ( fifth percentile) days and nights has decreased by - 3.7 and - 6.0 days/decade, respectively. Over the same period, the occurrence of extreme hot (95th percentile) days and nights has increased by 8.2 and 8.6 days/decade, respectively. The average duration of warm ( cold) has increased ( decreased) by 2.4 (0.5) days/decade and warm spells. Overall, it appears that the hot tails of the distributions of daily maximum temperature have changed more than the cold tails; for minimum temperatures, hot tails show greater changes in the NW of the region, while cold tails have changed more in the SE and east. The diurnal temperature range (DTR) does not exhibit a consistent trend across the region, with many neighboring stations showing opposite trends. However, the DTR shows consistent increases in a zone across Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, and Mozambique, coinciding with more rapid increases in maximum temperature than minimum temperature extremes. Most precipitation indices do not exhibit consistent or statistically significant trends across the region. Regionally averaged total precipitation has decreased but is not statistically significant. At the same time, there has been a statistically significant increase in regionally averaged daily rainfall intensity and dry spell duration. While the majority of stations also show increasing trends for these two indices, only a few of these are statistically significant. There are increasing trends in regionally averaged rainfall on extreme precipitation days and in maximum annual 5-day and 1-day rainfall, but only trends for the latter are statistically significant.

New, M, Hewitson B, Stephenson D, Tsiga A, Kruger A, Manhique A, Gomez B, Coelho S, Masisi D, Kululanga E, Mbambalala E, Adesina F, Saleh H, Kanyanga JK, Adosi J, Bulane L, Fortunata L, Mdoka M, Lajoie R.  2006.  Evidence of trends in daily climate extremes over southern and west Africa, 2006/07/27. 111 Abstract

[ 1] There has been a paucity of information on trends in daily climate and climate extremes, especially from developing countries. We report the results of the analysis of daily temperature ( maximum and minimum) and precipitation data from 14 south and west African countries over the period 1961 - 2000. Data were subject to quality control and processing into indices of climate extremes for release to the global community. Temperature extremes show patterns consistent with warming over most of the regions analyzed, with a large proportion of stations showing statistically significant trends for all temperature indices. Over 1961 to 2000, the regionally averaged occurrence of extreme cold ( fifth percentile) days and nights has decreased by - 3.7 and - 6.0 days/decade, respectively. Over the same period, the occurrence of extreme hot (95th percentile) days and nights has increased by 8.2 and 8.6 days/decade, respectively. The average duration of warm ( cold) has increased ( decreased) by 2.4 (0.5) days/decade and warm spells. Overall, it appears that the hot tails of the distributions of daily maximum temperature have changed more than the cold tails; for minimum temperatures, hot tails show greater changes in the NW of the region, while cold tails have changed more in the SE and east. The diurnal temperature range (DTR) does not exhibit a consistent trend across the region, with many neighboring stations showing opposite trends. However, the DTR shows consistent increases in a zone across Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, and Mozambique, coinciding with more rapid increases in maximum temperature than minimum temperature extremes. Most precipitation indices do not exhibit consistent or statistically significant trends across the region. Regionally averaged total precipitation has decreased but is not statistically significant. At the same time, there has been a statistically significant increase in regionally averaged daily rainfall intensity and dry spell duration. While the majority of stations also show increasing trends for these two indices, only a few of these are statistically significant. There are increasing trends in regionally averaged rainfall on extreme precipitation days and in maximum annual 5-day and 1-day rainfall, but only trends for the latter are statistically significant.

New, M, Hewitson B, Stephenson D, Tsiga A, Kruger A, Manhique A, Gomez B, Coelho S, Masisi D, Kululanga E, Mbambalala E, Adesina F, Saleh H, Kanyanga JK, Adosi J, Bulane L, Fortunata L, Mdoka M, Lajoie R.  2006.  Evidence of trends in daily climate extremes over southern and west Africa, 2006/07/27. 111 Abstract

[ 1] There has been a paucity of information on trends in daily climate and climate extremes, especially from developing countries. We report the results of the analysis of daily temperature ( maximum and minimum) and precipitation data from 14 south and west African countries over the period 1961 - 2000. Data were subject to quality control and processing into indices of climate extremes for release to the global community. Temperature extremes show patterns consistent with warming over most of the regions analyzed, with a large proportion of stations showing statistically significant trends for all temperature indices. Over 1961 to 2000, the regionally averaged occurrence of extreme cold ( fifth percentile) days and nights has decreased by - 3.7 and - 6.0 days/decade, respectively. Over the same period, the occurrence of extreme hot (95th percentile) days and nights has increased by 8.2 and 8.6 days/decade, respectively. The average duration of warm ( cold) has increased ( decreased) by 2.4 (0.5) days/decade and warm spells. Overall, it appears that the hot tails of the distributions of daily maximum temperature have changed more than the cold tails; for minimum temperatures, hot tails show greater changes in the NW of the region, while cold tails have changed more in the SE and east. The diurnal temperature range (DTR) does not exhibit a consistent trend across the region, with many neighboring stations showing opposite trends. However, the DTR shows consistent increases in a zone across Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, and Mozambique, coinciding with more rapid increases in maximum temperature than minimum temperature extremes. Most precipitation indices do not exhibit consistent or statistically significant trends across the region. Regionally averaged total precipitation has decreased but is not statistically significant. At the same time, there has been a statistically significant increase in regionally averaged daily rainfall intensity and dry spell duration. While the majority of stations also show increasing trends for these two indices, only a few of these are statistically significant. There are increasing trends in regionally averaged rainfall on extreme precipitation days and in maximum annual 5-day and 1-day rainfall, but only trends for the latter are statistically significant.

Nguyen, A, Brown B, El Tantawi M, Ndembi N, Okeibunor J, Mohammed A, Folayan M.  2021.  Time to Scale-up Research Collaborations to Address the Global Impact of COVID-19 – A Commentary, 2021/06/01. 8:277-280. Abstract
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