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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.
Akinluwade, KJ, Rominiyi AL, Isadare DA, Adetunji AR, Adeoye MO.  2018.  Pack-cyaniding: A Comparative Study of Low and High-Temperature Treatment. Archives of Current Research International. :1–12. Abstract
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Dada, AC.  2011.  Packaged water: optimizing local processes for sustainable water delivery in developing nations. Global Health. 7:24. AbstractWebsite

ABSTRACT: With so much global attention and commitment towards making the Water and Sanitation targets of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) a reality, available figures seem to speak on the contrary as they reveal a large disparity between the expected and what currently obtains especially in developing countries. As studies have shown that the standard industrialized world model for delivery of safe drinking water technology may not be affordable in much of the developing world, packaged water is suggested as a low cost, readily available alternative water provision that could help bridge the gap. Despite the established roles that this drinking water source plays in developing nations, its importance is however significantly underestimated, and the source considered unimproved going by 'international standards'. Rather than simply disqualifying water from this source, focus should be on identifying means of improvement. The need for intervening global communities and developmental organizations to learn from and build on the local processes that already operate in the developing world is also emphasized. Identifying packaged water case studies of some developing nations, the implication of a tenacious focus on imported policies, standards and regulatory approaches on drinking water access for residents of the developing world is also discussed.

Kuti, O, Faponle AF, Adeyemi AB, Owolabi AT.  2008.  Pain relief in labour: a randomized controlled trial comparing pentazocine with tramadol. Nepal J Obs Gynae. 3(1):14-18.
Jaiyeola, TG.  2008.  A Pair of Smarandachely Isotopic Quasigroups And Loops of The same variety. International Journal of Mathematical Combinatorics. 1:36-44.ijmc-1-2008a_pair_of_smarandachely_isotopic_quasigroups.pdf
Fọlárànmí, SA, Ademuleya BA.  2018.  Palace Courtyards in Ilésà: A Melting Point of Traditional Yorùbá Architecture. Yoruba Studies Review. 2(2):51-76. Abstract

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Folaranmi, SA, Ademuleya BA.  2018.  Palace Courtyards in Ilesa: A Melting Point of Traditional Yoruba Architecture.. The Yoruba Study Review. 2(2) Abstract

The paper examined the state of the Yoruba old Palace Courtyards using Ilesa palace as a case study. It described the designs, construction of the old palaces courtyard and its function as a melting point of traditional Yoruba architecture. It opined that the palace courtyard design reinforces the Yoruba traditional dwellings and environment culture where the structure of the houses is built to support the people’s social and religious life. It argued that such structure gives the opportunity for a blend of function, decorative and religious elements all-in-one big space of which the courtyard is just an enclosure. The paper concluded by calling for the restoration and preservation of these edifices, noting that the architecture of a people best describes the artistic outward presentation of their belief system, sociology and creative life.

Adekanmbi, OH, Alebiosu OS.  2017.  PALAEOECOLOGICAL STUDIES OF QUATERNARY SEDIMENTS FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS, NIGERIA. Ife Journal of Science. 19(1):169-181.adekamnbi_and_alebiosu_17.pdf
Bankole, Samson, Schrank, Eckart, Adeonipekun P.  2016.  PALEOECOLOGY OF THE NEOGENE AGBADA FORMATION, NIGER DELTA, NIGERIA. Ife Journal of Science. 18(4):845-859.bankoletal2.pdf
Koya, OA, Fono TR.  2009.  Palm kernel shell in the manufacture of automotive brake pad, 10-13 February. International Seminar on Harnessing Natural Resources for National Development. , Raw Materials Research & Development Council, Abuja
Olayiwola, MA, Bamford MK.  2016.  Palynology: A useful tool in understanding palaeoclimatic changes through the Pliocene-Pleistocene from the deep offshore Niger Delta, Nigeria. Revue de micropaléontologie. 59:41–55., Number 1: Elsevier Abstract
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Ademuleya, BA, Fajuyigbe MO.  2015.  Pan-Africanism and the Black Festivals of Arts and Culture: Today’s Realities and Expectations. Journal of Humanities and Social Science (IOSR-JHSS). 20(3 & 1):22-28. Abstract

This paper attempted a review of the Black Festivals of Arts with a view to highlighting how the achieved cultural integration through the arts could be further explored for today’s realities and expectations. It attributed the first two editions of the Festivals of Blacks arts and culture which owed much to the ideologies of the Pan-Africanism and Negritude that preceded them, to the laid legacies that have continued to serve as strong reference points in the discussion of Africans and African descent relationship. It argued that apart from providing an unusual forum that brought to light the diverse contributions of Blacks and African peoples to the universal currents of thought and arts, both editions drew attentions to the expected relationship between the continental Africans and their offspring in the Diaspora. The paper observed that the events reassert the African identity thus creating the platform for continental Africa and the Diaspora to move through the borders of nation state and the psychosocial borders of racism which is central to all Pan-Africanist freedom movements. It however noted that forty eight years after the maiden edition of the festival (FESMAN) and thirty seven years after the second (FESTAC), the achieved cultural integration seem yet to translate into much expected economic, political, educational, philosophical and technological advancements of African nations and that of the Diaspora.

Agbakwuru, A, Asaleye M, Ogunrombi AB, Akinola D.  2005.  Pancreatic pseudocyst in Ile-Ife revisited: 5 more cases, 01. Nigerian journal of medicine : journal of the National Association of Resident Doctors of Nigeria. 14:77-82. Abstract
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Akinola, D.  1988.  Pancreatic Pseudocysts in Ile-Ife, Nigeria: A Report of 6 Cases, 11. Tropical doctor. 18:163-6. Abstract
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Adisa, AO, Lawal OO, Adesunkanmi ARK, others.  2008.  Paradox of wellness and nonadherence among Nigerian women on breast cancer chemotherapy. Journal of Cancer Research and Therapeutics. 4:107., Number 3: Medknow Publications Abstract
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Folayan, MO, Adekoya-Sofowora CA, Ufomata D, Otuyemi OD.  2002.  Parental anxiety as a possible predisposing factor to child dental anxiety in patients seen in a suburban dental hospital in Nigeria . International Journal of Peadiatric Dentistry. 12(4):255-259.
Oyedeji, OA, Okeniyi JAO, Ogunlesi TA, Onayemi O, Oyedeji GA, Oyelami OA.  2006.  Parental Factors Influencing the Prevalence of Skin Infections and Infestations Among Nigerian Primary School Pupils. . The Internet Journal of Dermatology.. 3(2):1-8.
Elegbeleye, OS, Olasupo MO.  2012.  Parental Socio-Economic Status as Correlate of Child Labour in Ile-Ife, Nigeria. Educational Research & Reviews. 7(8):201-206.