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Mahmoud, B, Mirghni A, Oyedotun K, Fasakin O, Manyala N.  2021.  Nanoplatelets ammonium nickel-cobalt phosphate graphene foam composite as novel electrode material for hybrid supercapacitors, 2021/06/01. 883:160897. Abstract

Nanoplatelets NH4(NiCo)PO4·H2O and NH4(NiCo)PO4·H2O/GF composites were synthesized through a hydrothermal approach and used as actively positive electrode for hybrid supercapacitor. Electrochemical performances of the samples were carried out in both the 3and 2-electrode measurements in 1 M KOH solution. The composite NH4(NiCo)PO4·H2O/GF exhibited an improved specific capacity of 111 mAh g⁻¹ over the pristine NH4(NiCo)PO4·H2O material with a 100 mAh g⁻¹, which was obtained at 0.5 Ag⁻¹. Moreover, an assembled hybrid device NH4(NiCo)PO4·H2O/GF//AC revealed maximum specific energy of 47 Wh kg⁻¹ and specific power of 468 W/kg at 0.5 Ag⁻¹. The device was subjected to a long-term stability test of over 10,000 GCD cycles and could retain about 70% of its initial capacity and also proved a columbic efficiency of 99.8% at 10.0 A g⁻¹. Interestingly, the device could preserve a 1.14 V of its initial potential window of 1.4 V after being subjected to a 72 h self-discharge test, showing an efficiency of 81.4%. Based on the results discussed on this work, the NH4(NiCo)PO4·H2O/GF composite could be an excellent candidate as future energy storage material, specifically supercapacitors.

Eziyi, J, Amusa Y, Pelumi O-P, Dubem U, Mike I, Babtunde O.  2018.  Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma: Profile, Challenges and 5-Year Outcome in a Nigerian Tertiary Hospital, 2018/02/15. 4:25-40. Abstract
ADESOLA, F.  2007.  National Security, Democratization and the Menace of ‘Ethnic Militias’ in Nigeria. West Africa Review. (11):1–25.
ADESOLA, Funso, A-NRI.  2011.  The Nature and Dynamics of Nigeria/US Relations from 1999 to 2010. (Sola Omoregie , Abiodun Alao (eds.) Nigeria and the United States: Twists and Turns through Five Decades. , New York {USA}: Africa Peace Support Inc. 93 – 109.
Oloyede, SA, Ayedun CA, Oni AS, Adegoke OJ.  2014.  The Need for Residential Tenancy Databases in Nigeria. Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development. 5(12):216-222.
Adeolu, A, Adisa A, Ayoola O, Olateju S, Ibitoye B, Adegbehingbe B, Komolafe E.  2008.  Neglected massive intracerebral abscess: an unusual cause of bilateral visual loss, 2008/04/01. 15:52-4. Abstract

Bilateral visual loss following chronically raised intracranial pressure is not uncommon especially in developing countries. However, this calls for concern when the cause of the raised intracranial pressure is neglected pyogenic cerebral abscess.A sixteen year old male student presented to our unit with eight months history of recurrent headache associated with early morning vomiting. He developed bilateral visual loss a month prior to presentation. He had sought treatment at several herbal homes and orthodox hospitals before presentation. His cranial computed tomographic scan (CT) showed a massive peripheral contrast enhancing lesion in the frontal lobes with gross midline shift and other evidence of mass effect. He subsequently had craniotomy and excision of the mass. Intraoperative and laboratory findings confirmed the lesions to be abscess. He had ciprofloxacin and metronidazole for four weeks. He had uneventful postoperative period though his visual loss has persisted. He is being followed up in the clinic.
This patient illustrates that untreated frontal lobe abscess could cause bilateral visual loss from chronically elevated intracranial pressure (ICP). Even though this should be rare in contemporary neurosurgical practice, ignorance and poverty which are rife in developing countries will be important contributory factors. Physicians working in developing countries should be aware of the symptomatology of cerebral abscess and raised ICP. They should encourage patients to do cranial CT when the features are suggestive of space occupying lesions.

Adeyemi, BA.  2008.  Negligence of the Aged: A syndrome in Nigeria Context. CFR Conference” Families and aging in global perspective”. , Lasell College, Boston, USA
Agunbiade, OM, Akinyemi AI.  2017.  Neoliberalism and Resilience Among Older Yoruba People in a Semiurban Community, South West Nigeria. Cross-Cultural and Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives in Social Gerontology. :85-107.: Springer Abstract
Akinwale, OB.  2011.  Network Online Labs for Innovation. Science and Development Network. Science and Development Network (SciDev.Net). June(29):
Akanmu, MA, Adeloye AO, Obuotor EM, Adelusola KA, Iwalewa EO, Ukponmwan OE, Lamikanra A.  2011.  Neuropharmacological effects of Alchornea cordifolia (Schumach. & Thonn.) Mull. Arg. (Euphorbiaceae) in mice. International Journal Biol. Chem. Sci. Vol. 5(6):2250-2262.
Akanmu, MA, Olowookere TA, Atunwa SA, Ibrahim BO, Lamidi OF, Adams PA, Ajimuda BO, Adeyome LE.  2011.  Neuropharmacological effects of Nigerian Honey in Mice. African Journal Traditional complement Atern. Med.. Vol. 8(3):230-249.
Bamitale, KDS, Akanmu MA, Ukponmwan OE.  2011.  Neuropharmacological Profile of Aqueous extract of Anaphe venata Larva (Notondotidae) in rats . African Journal Traditional . Vol. 8(3):260-266.
Jaiyeola, TG, David SP, Oyebo YT.  2015.  New algebraic properties of middle Bol loops. Societatea Română de Matematică Aplicată si Industrială Journal (ROMAI J.). 11 (2):161–183.
Jaiyeola, TG, Adeniran JO.  2012.  A new characterization of Osborn-Buchsteiner loops. Quasigroups And Related Systems. 20(2):233-238.
Jaiyeola, TG, Adeniran JO.  2009.  New Identities in Universal Osborn Loops. Quasigroups And Related Systems. 17(1):55-76.qrs17_1_6paper_2009.pdf
Jaiyeola, TG.  2013.  New identities in universal Osborn loops II. Algebras, Groups and Geometries. 30(1):111-126.
Adeleke, MA, Adebowale OF, Olayiwola OI.  2010.  The New Nigerian Universal Basic Education curriculum: A critical review.. International Journal of Applied Psychology and Human Performance . (6):1085-1094.
Komolafe, MA, Komolafe EO, Sunmonu TA, Olateju SO, Asaleye CM, Adesina OA, Badmus SA.  2008.  New onset neuromyelitis optica in a young Nigerian woman with possible antiphospholipid syndrome: A case report, 2008. Journal of Medical Case Reports. 2 Abstract

Introduction: Devic's neuromyelitis optica is an inflammatory demyelinating disease that targets the optic nerves and spinal cord. It has a worldwide distribution and distinctive features that distinguish it from multiple sclerosis. There has been no previous report of neuromyelitis optica from our practice environment, and we are not aware of any case associated with antiphospholipid syndrome in an African person. Case presentation: We report the case of a 28-year-old Nigerian woman who presented with neck pain, paroxysmal tonic spasms, a positive Lhermitte's sign and spastic quadriplegia. She later developed bilateral optic neuritis and had clinical and biochemical features of antiphospholipid syndrome. Her initial magnetic resonance imaging showed a central linear hyperintense focus in the intramedullary portion of C2 to C4. Repeat magnetic resonance imaging after treatment revealed resolution of the signal intensity noticed earlier. Conclusion: Neuromyelitis optica should be considered in the differential diagnoses of acute myelopathy in Africans. We also highlight the unusual association with antiphospholipid syndrome. Physicians should screen such patients for autoimmune disorders. © 2008 Komolafe et al; licensee BioMed Central Ltd.

Komolafe, MA, Komolafe EO, Sunmonu TA, Olateju SO, Asaleye CM, Adesina OA, Badmus SA.  2008.  New onset neuromyelitis optica in a young Nigerian woman with possible antiphospholipid syndrome: a case report. Journal of medical case reports. 2:1–4., Number 1: Springer Abstract
Ijadunola, KT, Ijadunola MY, Esimai OA, Abiona TC.  2010.  New paradigm old thinking: the case for emergency obstetric care in the prevention of maternal mortality in Nigeria. BMC Women’s Health 2010. 10:6.
Ijadunola, K, Ijadunola M, Esimai O, Abiona T.  2010.  New paradigm old thinking: The case for emergency obstetric care in the prevention of maternal mortality in Nigeria, 02. BMC women's health. 10:6. Abstract