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Osasona, CO, Ogunfolakan BA.  2003.  "S. J. Ola the Great"...: The Strong-man of Ife. The Nigerian Field. 68:18-32.
Dada, AC.  2009.  Sachet water phenomenon in Nigeria: Assessment of the potential health impacts, Jan. African Journal of Microbiology Research. 3:15-21., Number 1 AbstractWebsite

Many years of neglect by government and inadequate investment in public infrastructure has left the public drinking water supply in Nigeria in an unreliable state. The society has therefore taken to several adaptive measures of alleviating this stress. One of these is dependence on sachet water, popularly referred to as 'pure water'. Although easy to serve and the price is affordable, complaints abound on its purity and other health concerns. A gradual nationwide ban was proposed by the national regulator for this packaged water but the market still witnesses tremendous growth, especially among the poor. To determine the bacteriological quality of drinking water sold in sachets in Lagos, Nigeria, one hundred samples of high- and low-demand sachet waters obtained from vendors at hot-spot locations were assessed using the multiple tube fermentation method. Based on the zero tolerance standards stipulated by the regulator, a 22% non-compliance level was recorded. Recommendations that may contribute to a policy that would allow for an integrated and holistic approach in managing the sachet water industry are discussed. The need for support of such local initiatives, especially in the drive towards achieving the much publicised Millennium Development Goals for universal water access, is also highlighted.

Imafidon, C, Akomolafe RO, Oluwamayowa O.  2020.  Saliva Renal Function Biomarkers as Alternatives to Plasma Concentrations in Obesity-induced Kidney Injury, 02. Obesity Reviews. :100195. Abstract
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Oyetola, E.O., Owotade, J. F., Agbelusi, G. A., Fatusi, O., Sanusi, A..  2015.  Salivary Flow Rates of Nigerian Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease: A Case-control Study. J Contemp Dent Pract. 16(4):264-269.
Ogunfowokan, AO, Mmualefe LC, Mwatseteza JF, L. B, L. C, Nindi MM, N. T.  2007.  Sample preparation for chromatography: An African perspective. Journal of Chromatography A. 1153(1-2):1-13.
Lyra Jr, H, Collaborative G, Arnaud A, Azevedo J, Bravo A, Chaudhry D, Alameer E, Elsanhoury K, Elhadi M, Emile S, Gallo G, Glasbey J, Isik A, Jones C, Leventoğlu S, Li E, Martin J, Mohan H, Soon WC.  2021.  SARS-CoV-2 infection and venous thromboembolism after surgery: an international prospective cohort study, 08. Anaesthesia. Abstract
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Adeyemo, R, Bamire AS.  2005.  Saving and Investment Patterns of Cooperative Farmers in Southwestern Nigeria, 2005/11/01. 11:183-192. Abstract

This study examined the pattern of saving and investment among four hundred cooperative farmers in southwestern Nigeria. Data were collected using structured questionnaires. Data were analysed using descriptive statistics and multiple regression technique. Results show that cooperative farmers in southwestern Nigeria are mostly males, literate and of average age of 47 years. About 40% of total capital borrowed was expended on farm work and mean annual total investment was N75,043.00, with cooperative farmers earning more than 3 times the investment made. Average annual savings was N31,572.00 and this increased in proportion to annual incomes in the area. However, the unavailability and inadequacy of credit was a major problem of the farmers. Different factors influenced cooperative farmers’ saving and investment patterns. Income, loan repayment and amount of money borrowed were significant variables that influenced saving patterns while the fund borrowed significantly influenced investment patterns. These factors therefore have to be considered in designing strategies aimed at improving the saving and investment patterns of cooperative farmers in southwestern Nigeria. Additionally, the saving and investment level of the cooperative farmers can be enhanced if loans are adequately made available and proper supervision and monitoring of funds for specified production purposes are put in place.

Adeyemo, R, Bamire AS.  2004.  Saving and investment patterns of cooperative farmers in southwestern Nigeria. International Journal of Social Sciences.. :113-192.
Peterson, K, Folayan MO, Chigwedere E, Nthete E.  2015.  Saying 'No' to PrEP research in Malawi: what constitutes 'failure' in offshored HIV prevention research? Anthropology Medicine. :doi:10.1080/13648470.2015.1081377.
Peterson, K, Folayan MO, Chigwedere E, Nthete E.  2017.  Saying no to PrEP research in Malawi: what constitutes ‘failure’ in offshored HIV prevention research. Nicola Bulled (ed). Advances in Critical Medical Anthropology. Thinking through resistance: a study of public oppositions to contemporary global health practice. . , 711 Third Avenue, New York, NY10017.: Routledge.
Abiona, O, Temitope Aladesanmi, Onime C, Oluwaranti A, Oluwatope A, Olakanmi Adewara, Tricha Anjali, Kehinde L.  2009.  A Scalable Architecture for Network Traffic Monitoring and Analysis Using Free Open Source Software . Int. J. Communications, Network and System Sciences. 6:528-539.a_scalable_architecture_for_network_traffic_monitoring.docx
Abiona, O, Temitope Aladesanmi, Onime C, Oluwaranti A, Oluwatope A, Olakanmi Adewara, Tricha Anjali, and Kehinde L.  2009.  A Scalable Architecture for Network Traffic Monitoring and Analysis Using Free Open Source Software. Int. J. Communications, Network and System Sciences. vol 6(USA [Online: http://www.scirp.org/Journal/PaperInformation.aspx?paperID=696]):pp.528-539. Abstract

The lack of current network dynamics studies that evaluate the effects of new application and protocol deployment or long-term studies that observe the effect of incremental changes on the Internet, and the change in the overall stability of the Internet under various conditions and threats has made network monitoring challenging. A good understanding of the nature and type of network traffic is the key to solving congestion problems. In this paper we describe the architecture and implementation of a scalable network traffic moni-toring and analysis system. The gigabit interface on the monitoring system was configured to capture net-work traffic and the Multi Router Traffic Grapher (MRTG) and Webalizer produces graphical and detailed traffic analysis. This system is in use at the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria; we describe how this system can be replicated in another environment.

Abiona, O, Temitope Aladesanmi, Onime C, Oluwaranti A, Oluwatope A, Olakanmi Adewara, Tricha Anjali, Kehinde L.  2009.  A Scalable Architecture for Network Traffic Monitoring and Analysis Using Free Open Source Software. Communications, Network and System Sciences. 6:528-539.
Oluwatope, OA, Babatunde AO, Akinola AA, Adagunodo ER, Aderounmu GA.  2005.  Scheduling and Packetizing for AAL2 Services in Mobile ATM Networks: Mathematical Modeling and Simulation. ABACUS. 32(2B):461-476.abstract6.docx
Adedayo, KOLAWOLEO, Kayode ADESUNKANMIAR, Abdulwasiu ADEROUNMUA.  2020.  Scholars Journal of Applied Medical Sciences. Inflammation. 3:1–26. Abstract
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Eziyi, AK, Olaofe OO, Oseni GO, Olajide AO, Ojomo AHAM.  Submitted.  Scholars Journal of Medical Case Reports ISSN 2347-6559 (Online). Abstract
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Ogunlade, O.  2007.  The Scientific Concept of Insatiability and Corruption. , Ile-Ife: Andkolad Publishers
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Folayan, MO, Haire BG, Adeniyi AA, Adeyemo WL.  2018.  Screening children for caries: an ethical dilemma in Nigeria. New Bioethics . 1-15:doi:10.1080/20502877.2018.1448251.
Soyoye, D, Kolawole B, Ikem R, Ugwu E, Soyoye O, Owolabi F, Anozie C, Amjo O, Ogundele O.  2021.  Screening for Diabetes Mellitus and Hypertension in Ile-Ife - A World Diabetes Day Experience, 2021/05/29. 38:434-438. Abstract

Background and objectives:Non-communicable diseases have emerged as major public health concerns in developing nations, where communicable diseases used to be the major contributor to the public health burden. Diabetes and hypertension contribute significantly to this menace, and they are largely undiagnosed in the affected population. We determined the prevalence of previously diagnosed and undiagnosed hypertension and diabetes mellitus in adult Nigerians.
Methods:
Participants who presented in response to advertisement for the study and gave informed consent were recruited using convenience sampling. Data was collected using a proforma to obtain salient medical and social history. Anthropometric and blood pressure measurements were done. Capillary blood was taken for initial glucose measurements. Oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT) was subsequently done in non-diabetics with elevated blood glucose to confirm the diagnosis of diabetes.
Results:
One hundred and thirty-six participants with age range 24 - 90 years were recruited for the study. Participants were mainly females (61.8%). Prevalence of diabetes among study participants was 19.9% (previously diagnosed -16.9% vs undiagnosed - 3.0%) with higher occurrence among males. Hypertension was found in 50.7% of participants; 28.7% were on treatment for hypertension, while 22.0% were newly diagnosed. Diabetes was associated with older age and elevated systolic blood pressure while hypertension was associated with older age, obesity and elevated blood glucose.
Conclusion:
This study showed a high occurrence of diabetes and hypertension among adult Nigerians; hence efforts to address these should be intensified. Targeted screening of people at risk for non-communicable diseases is an added benefit.

Oyegbade, OO, Abioye-Kuteyi EA, Kolawole BA, Ezeoma IT, Bello IS.  2007.  Screening for diabetes mellitus in a Nigerian family practice population.. SA Fam Pract . 49(8):15-15d.
Oladejo, A, Bolaji A, Obisesan O.  2019.  SDS-Page characterization of some elite cowpea (Vigna unguiculata L. Walp) varieties, 2019/12/01. 36:45-51. Abstract

The shortcomings of genotype x environment interaction necessitated the use of molecular methods in characterizing many plant species and in determining their phylogenetic relationships. In this study, some selected cowpea lines (27 varieties) from Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, the Institute of Agricultural Research (IAR), Samaru, Kaduna and Genetic Resource Centre, IITA, Ibadan were characterized using sodium dodecyl sulphate polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (SDS-PAGE) profiling. The protein banding profiles of the 27 cowpea varieties were scored and subjected to cluster analysis using Ward's minimum-variance method (WMVM) for dendrogram grouping. The dendrogram generated from the SDS-PAGE profiles grouped the varieties into seven clusters at 52% similarity coefficient. Hence, the biochemical characterization revealed more precise discrimination among the 27 cowpea varieties studied.