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REBECCA.  2000.   A History and Perspective,REBECCA'S POCKET. REBECCA CULTURE. 2(1):19-34.
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Kumar, V, Vallipuram K, Adebajo AC, Reisch J.  1995.  2,7-dihydroxy-3-formyl-1-(3´-methyl-2´-butenyl)carbazole from Clausena lansium. Phytochemistry. 40(5):1563-1565.
Birindelli, A, Sartelli M, Di Saverio S, Coccolini F, Ansaloni L, van Ramshorst GH, Campanelli G, Khokha V, Moore EE, Peitzman A, others.  2017.  2017 update of the WSES guidelines for emergency repair of complicated abdominal wall hernias. World journal of emergency surgery. 12:1–16., Number 1: BioMed Central Abstract
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Birindelli, A, Sartelli M, Di Saverio S, Coccolini F, Ansaloni L, van Ramshorst GH, Campanelli G, Khokha V, Moore EE, Peitzman A, others.  2017.  2017 update of the WSES guidelines for emergency repair of complicated abdominal wall hernias. World journal of emergency surgery. 12:1–16., Number 1: BioMed Central Abstract
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Adebajo, AC, Olugbade TA, Elujoba AA, Aladesanmi AJ, Reisch J.  1997.  2”,3”-epoxyindicolactone from Murraya koenigii. Nat. Prod. & Med.. 1:21-24.
Adebajo, AC, Olugbade TA, Elujoba AA, Aladesanmi AJ, Reisch J.  1997.  2”,3”-epoxyindicolactone from Murraya koenigii, jan. Nigerian Journal of Natural Products and Medicine. 1:21-24., Number 1: African Journals Online ({AJOL}) AbstractWebsite

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Adebajo, AC, Kumar V, Reish J.  1998.  3-formylcarbazole and furocoumarins from Clausena lansium, jan. Nigerian Journal of Natural Products and Medicine. 2:57-58., Number 1: African Journals Online ({AJOL}) AbstractWebsite

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Sorsa, T, Alassiri S, Grigoriadis A, Räisänen IT, Pärnänen P, Nwhator SO, Gieselmann DR, Sakellari D.  Submitted.  Active MMP-8 (aMMP-8) as a grading and staging biomarker in the periodontitis classification. Diagnostics. 10:61., Number 2 Abstract
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Shittu, O, Raji Y, Osonuga OA, Stephen A, Togun V, Azeez M.  2020.  Age at Menarche and its Predicting Factors in Cities of Ibadan and Ogbomoso of Southwestern Nigeria, 08. Abstract
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Waschke, O, Fehse B, Kabisch H, Zander AR, Fehse N, Renges H, Kroger N, Zabelina T, Ayuk F, Schieder H, Oyekunle AA.  2006.  Allogeneic stem-cell transplantation in patients with refractory acute leukemia: a long-term follow-up, Jan. Bone Marrow Transplant. 37:45-50., Number 1 AbstractWebsite

We examined retrospectively 44 patients with refractory acute leukemia (acute myeloid leukemia (AML)/acute lymphoblastic leukemia=25/19) who underwent allogeneic transplantation at our center between 11/1990 and 04/2004. The median leukemic blasts was 25% and age 28 years (range, 3-56). Twenty-one patients had untreated relapse, 13 failed reinduction, eight in partial remission and two aplastic. Conditioning was myeloablative using cyclophosphamide, busulfan, total-body irradiation and etoposide (Bu/Cy/VP, n=22; TBI/Cy/VP, n=17; others, n=5) followed by marrow or peripheral blood transplant (n=23/21) from unrelated or related donors (n=28/16). All patients had graft-versus-host disease (GVHD) prophylaxis with cyclosporin and methotrexate. One patient experienced late graft failure. Severe acute-GVHD and chronic-GVHD appeared in eight and 14 patients, respectively. Thirteen patients (30%) remain alive after a median of 25.3 months (range, 2.4-134.1); with 31 deaths, mostly from relapse (n=15) and infections (n=12). Overall survival (OS) and progression-free survival (PFS) at 5 years was 28 and 26%, respectively. OS and PFS were significantly better with blasts < or =20% and time to transplant < or =1 year while transplant-related mortality was less with the use of TBI. We conclude that patients with refractory leukemia can benefit from allogeneic BMT, especially with < or =20% marrow blast.

Akintayo, C, Ajayi T, Akinsomisoye S, Faeji C, Adewumi A, Richard A.  2019.  Alteration in Hormonal level and Testicular Histomorphology in Rats Treated with Alcohol (ALC) and Cannabinol (CBN), 12. Abstract
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Salpietro, V, Dixon CL, Guo H, Bello OD, Vandrovcova J, Efthymiou S, Maroofian R, Heimer G, Burglen L, Valence S et al..  2019.  AMPA receptor GluA2 subunit defects are a cause of neurodevelopmental disorders, 2019. Nature Communications. 10(1) Abstract

AMPA receptors (AMPARs) are tetrameric ligand-gated channels made up of combinations of GluA1-4 subunits encoded by GRIA1-4 genes. GluA2 has an especially important role because, following post-transcriptional editing at the Q607 site, it renders heteromultimeric AMPARs Ca2+-impermeable, with a linear relationship between current and trans-membrane voltage. Here, we report heterozygous de novo GRIA2 mutations in 28 unrelated patients with intellectual disability (ID) and neurodevelopmental abnormalities including autism spectrum disorder (ASD), Rett syndrome-like features, and seizures or developmental epileptic encephalopathy (DEE). In functional expression studies, mutations lead to a decrease in agonist-evoked current mediated by mutant subunits compared to wild-type channels. When GluA2 subunits are co-expressed with GluA1, most GRIA2 mutations cause a decreased current amplitude and some also affect voltage rectification. Our results show that de-novo variants in GRIA2 can cause neurodevelopmental disorders, complementing evidence that other genetic causes of ID, ASD and DEE also disrupt glutamatergic synaptic transmission.

Olaniran, O, F.C. A, Omoya FO, Odediran S, R.E. H-olajokun, A. A, Odetoyin B, I.O. A, Oyetoke O, and D.O..  2016.  Antibacterial, {{Haematological Parameters}} and {{Phytochemical Analysis}} of the {{Leaf Extracts}} of {{Moringa Oleifera}}, dec. International Journal of clinical pathology. 3:3–5. Abstract

Antimicrobial resistance has become a global problem and Strategies to improve the current situation necessitate finding new and innovative antimicrobial agents. Forty apparently healthy albino mice of either sex, weighing between 19kg and 27kg, aged 2 to 3 weeks were purchased and the various concentration of the extracts from Moringa oleifera leaves were given orally to the mice, the highest mean PCV was recorded in 800mg (33.0{$\pm$}1.22), White blood cell count 400mg (3,725{$\pm$}923.20), Neutrophil count100mg (24.8{$\pm$}7{$\pm$}.65) and lymphocytes count 400mg (87.5{$\pm$}1.85), ethanol extracts had PCV to be highest in 200mg, White Blood Cell WBC 100mg (14,000{$\pm$}9453.4), neutrophils count 400mg(12.8{$\pm$}2.02) and lymphocytes count 800mg (91.5{$\pm$}2.22), the antimicrobial activity of the extracts on clinical isolates showed that the water extract 800mg/ml had the highest zone of inhibition of 6mm on the Escherichia coli, 19mm against Staphylococcus aureus, 18mm against Proteus mirabilis and 14mm against Escherichia coli, the ethanol extracts 800mg/ml had the highest zone of inhibition of 8mm against Salmonella typhii. 6mm against E.coli and S.aureus and 5mm against P. mirabilis, The phytochemical screening showed that both water and ethanol extracts had Flavonoid, Tannin, Glycoside, Terpenoid and Saponin with the absence of alkaloids in water, while reducing sugar was absent in both with Terpenoid having the highest concentrations in ethanol extracts 12.95mg/g and water extracts10.30mg/g.

Sartelli, M, Weber DG, Ruppé E, Bassetti M, Wright BJ, Ansaloni L, Catena F, Coccolini F, Abu-Zidan FM, Coimbra R, others.  2016.  Antimicrobials: a global alliance for optimizing their rational use in intra-abdominal infections (AGORA). World journal of emergency surgery. 11:1–32., Number 1: Springer Abstract
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Raji, Y, Hammed AI, Adesanwo JK, Ogunwande IA.  2000.  Antiulcerogenic Effects of Tylophora conspicua in Male Rats. PHYTOTHERAPY RESEARCH. 14:378–380. Phytotherapy Research
Adebiyi, R, Olubola B, Amuda-Yusuf G, Rasheed AS, others.  2019.  Assessment of health and safety information on construction sites in Nigeria. Abstract
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Ranti, TADEBIYI, Olubola B, Amuda-Yusuf G.  2017.  AN ASSESSMENT OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF HEALTH AND SAFETY COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY. : The Department of Architecture, Ahmadu Bello University Zaria-Nigera Abstract
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Gloria, E, Aladesanmi O, Rufus O, Olaoluwa S, Oyedayo A, Monica E.  2020.  Assessment of the toxicity and biochemical effects of detergent processed cassava on renal function of Wistar rats, 08. Toxicology Reports. 7 Abstract
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L.J.J, G, W.L A, M E, P.A M, T B, B A, P D, F.K.N A, S.A B, A M, M L, E.A A-A, W D, P T, O J, M D, P A, A.A O, R B, G P-R, M G, S O-Y, G.O O, P.B O, L A-R, F A, T H, P G, M.O O, C.J B, M.L M, A.A A, J.C M, A B.  2016.  Association studies and direct DNA sequencing implicate genetic susceptibility loci in the etiology of nonsyndromic orofacial clefts in sub-Saharan African populations. J Dental Research. 95(11):1245-1256.
Kinyoki, D, Ross J, Lazzar-Atwood A, Munro S, Schaeffer L, Abbasalizad Farhangi M, Abbasi M, Abbastabar H, Abdelalim A, Abdoli A, Abdollahi M, Abdollahpour I, Abdulkader R, Dereje N, Abebo T, Abegaz K, Abolhassani H, Guimarães Abreu L, Abrigo M, Hay S.  2020.  Author Correction: Mapping local patterns of childhood overweight and wasting in low- and middle-income countries between 2000 and 2017, 2020/08/01. 26:1-1. Abstract
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Ammar, N, M. Aly N, Folayan M, Khader Y, Virtanen J, Al-Batayneh O, Mohebbi S, Attia S, Howaldt H-P, Böttger S, Maharani D, Rahardjo A, Khan I, Madi M, Rashwan M, Pavlić V, Cicmil S, Choi Y-H, Joury E, El Tantawi M.  2020.  Behavior change due to COVID-19 among dental academics-The theory of planned behavior: Stresses, worries, training, and pandemic severity, 2020/09/29. 15::e0239961. Abstract
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B.O, A, R. FB, O OE, LA B.  2006.  Blindness and visual Impairment among the elderly in Ife -Ijesha Zone of Osun State, Nigeria. Indian Journal of Ophthalmology. 54(1):59-62.
Fadeiye, E, OC O, Soyoye D, RT I, TM O, TM O, O K, Ilona P.  2018.  Blood-glucose-response-on-consumption-of-cassava-varieties-garri-in-healthy Nigerian-subjects, 2018/01/18. 02 Abstract

Cassava is an important staple consumed in various forms by humans. The glycemic index and load of some Nigerian foods are well documented, but not much is documented on Vitamin A bio-fortified pruned cassava. The study determined blood glucose response in normal freeliving volunteer adults after consumption of vitamin A bio-fortified normally grown cassava (A), vitamin A bio-fortified pruned cassava (B) and non-bio-fortified normally grown cassava (C). The study employed single blind, randomized, cross-over investigation on 40 consenting apparently healthy adult volunteers with a documented normal fasting blood glucose level prior to recruitment. Fasting blood sugar level and post prandial of the participants were obtained on each day of the study after the consumption of 360 g of treatments (A, B&C eba) which was equivalent to 75 g anhydrous glucose using Accu-check glucometer. The treatments were served with vegetable soup prepared with fish and was administered to the subjects in a randomized manner. Oral glucose D was used as standard food. Post prandial glucose response (mg/dL) was obtained at 1 hour and 2 hours respectively. Data analyses were done using SPSS (version 22). Descriptive analysis was carried out and data were presented in percentages/proportions, means and standard deviations at 0.05% level of confidence. The 2 hours glucose post prandial (2 hrpp) for Treatment A, B and C in Mg/dL were 92.24, 94.74 and 98.91, while the glycemic loads were 308.0, 297.0 and 316.2 respectively. Treatment B had the lowest glycemic load. It was concluded that vitamin A bio-fortified cassava (especially when pruned before harvesting) had a lower post prandial glucose response, lower carbohydrate content and lowest glycemic load when compared to the non-bio-fortified conventional Garri. This variety of cassava may be better tolerated by people with metabolic disease/diabetes mellitus.