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2006
Adegoke, OJ.  2006.  A Study of Valuer Heuristic Behaviour and Valuation Reliability in Lagos Metropolis. , Ile-Ife: Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife
Ogunfowokan, AO, N. T, Adenuga AA, Okoh EK.  2006.  Survey of levels of phthalate ester plasticizers in a sewage lagoon effluent and a receiving stream.. Survey of levels of phthalate ester plasticizers in a sewage lagoon effluent and a receiving stream.. 118(1-3):457-480.
Koya, OA, Faborode MO.  2006.  The theory of palm kernel and shell separation on spnning disc.. Biosystems Engineering [formerly J. of Agrcultural Engineeing]. 95(3):405-412.
Afolabi, B, Thiery O.  2006.  Using Users’ Expectations to Adapt Business Intelligence Systems. Advances in Knowledge Organization. 10:247-254.
Salami, A. T., Balogun EE.  2006.  Utilization of NigeriaSat-1 and other Satellites for Monitoring Deforestation and Biodiversity Loss in Nigeria, . : A Monograph Published by National Space Research and Development Agency, Federal Ministry of Science and Technology, Abuja
Adedoyin, RA, Erhabor GE, Aikomo TA, Olaogun MO, Bisiriyu LA, Johnson OE, Akindele MO, Akinola TO.  2006.  Validation of the Yoruba version Modified Borg Scale for assessing dyspnea in asthma . Fizyoterapi Rehabilitasyon. 17(3):108-112.
Adedoyin, RA, Erhabor GE, Aikomo TA, Olaogun MO, Bisiriyu LA, Johnson OS, Akindele MO, Akinola TO.  2006.  Validation of the Yoruba version Modified Borg Scale for assessing dyspnea in asthma. Fizyoterapi Rehabilitasyon. 17(3):108-112.
Adedoyin, RA, Erhabor GE, Aikomo TA, Olaogun MO, Bisiriyu LA, Johnson OE, Akindele MO, Akinola TO.  2006.  Validation of the Yoruba version Modified Borg Scale for assessing dyspnea in asthma. Fizyoterapi Rehabilitasyon. 17(3):108-112.
Adedoyin, RA, Erhabor GE, Aikomo TA, Olaogun MO, Bisiriyu LA, Johnson OE, Akindele MO, Akinola TO.  2006.  Validation of the Yoruba version Modified Borg Scale for assessing dyspnea in asthma. Fizyoterapi Rehabilitasyon. 17(3):108-112.
Mejiuni, O.  2006.  Women are Flexible and Better Managers: The Paradox of Women's Identities, their Educational Attainments and Political Power. Abstract

Through a phenomenological reading of Nigerian women’s lived experiences, I examined the processes that account for the present low level of women’s participation in civic-political affairs and I argue that: there is magic consciousness in the religions and religious practices in Nigeria; that the official and unofficial presence of the religions in formal schools ensure that the beliefs and the values of their adherents fuse with the structure of the school (through the official and the hidden curriculum) and the larger society to construct an identity for women; and that the constructed identity represents a major factor in determining whether women have political power. I conclude that the potential for challenging and reordering the status quo exists in the women who perceive themselves as different from whom men would rather they are.

Ayoh'OMIDIRE, F.  2006.  Yorubanidade mundializada: o reinado da oralitura em textos yorubá-nigerianos e afro-baianos contemporâneos. (Souza, Florentina da Silva, Ed.)., Salvador: Universidade Federal da Bahia
Ayoh'OMIDIRE, F.  2006.  “Agogo Èèwò ou a reinvenção da nação nigeriana e seus dirigentes”. Afro-Ásia. 34(1):335-345.
Obafemi, CA, Sulaimon TO, Akinpelu DA, Olugbade TA.  2006.  “Antimicrobial activity of extracts and a germacranolidetype sesquiterpene lactone from Tithonia diversifolia leaf extract”. African Journal of Biotechnology . Vol. 5(12):1254-1258.
Obafemi, CA, Okeniyi SO, Ogunbinu OA, Olomola TO, Bamgbose JT.  2006.  “Chromatograhic Analysis, Antimicrobial and Antifungal Activities of Essential Oil Constituents Obtained from Vitellaria paradoxa”. Research J. Applied Sciences. Vol. 1(1-4):132-135.
Fasokun, TO, Oduaran AB, Bhola HS.  2006.  “HIV/AIDS as Depleting Factor in Widening Access to Education”. Widening Access to Education as Social Justice: Essays in Honor of Michael Omolewa, Netherlands: Springer Publisher..
Fasokun, TO.  2006.  “The United Nations Millennium Development Goals in Perspective”.. Adult Education in Nigeria. . Vol. 13:21-43.
Salami, A. T..  2006.  “Towards A Geo-Information System-Based Forest Monitoring in Nigeria” In: Salami, A. T. (ed.),. Imperatives of Space Technology for Sustainable Forest Management in Nigeria, Space Applications and Environmental Science Laboratory, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, . :pp.146-160..
Klingebiel, T, Fehse B, Sputtek A, Zander A, Kroger N, Zabelina T, Fehse N, Koehl U, Schieder H, Ayuk F, Renges H, Oyekunle A.  2006.  CD34(+)-selected stem cell boost for delayed or insufficient engraftment after allogeneic stem cell transplantation. Cytotherapy. 8:375-80., Number 4 AbstractWebsite

BACKGROUND: Poor graft function without rejection may occur after stem cell transplantation (SCT). CD34(+) stem cell boost (SCB) can restore marrow function but may induce or exacerbate GvHD. We therefore investigated the feasibility and efficacy of CD34(+)-selected SCB in some patients with poor graft function. We present the results for eight patients (median age 46 years) transplanted initially for myelofibrosis, acute leukemia, myeloma and NHL. Six patients had received HLA-matched and two mismatched grafts (PB, BM; n=5, 3). After a median of 128 days post-transplant, the median leukocyte and platelet counts were, respectively, 2.05/nL and 18/nL. None had achieved platelet counts >50/nL even though donor chimerism was >95% in seven recipients. METHODS: Positive selection of CD34(+) stem cells was performed on a CliniMACS device, observing GMP and achieving a median of 98.5% purity. The patients received a median of 1.7 x 10(6)/kg CD34(+) cells and 2.5 x 10(3)/kg CD3(+) T lymphocytes. RESULTS: Hemograms at days +30, +60 and +90, respectively, showed steadily increasing median leukocyte (2.55, 3.15 and 4.20/nL) and platelet (29, 39 and 95/nL) counts. After a median follow-up of 144 days, five patients remained alive. No patient had developed acute or chronic GvHD. One patient died of leukemic relapse and two others of systemic mycosis. DISCUSSION: These preliminary results point to the possibility of safely improving graft function using CD34(+) positively selected stem cells without necessarily increasing the incidence of GvHD in patients with poor graft function post-SCT. Experience with more patients and longer follow-up should clarify the optimal role for this procedure.

Aderibigbe, DA, Oluwole OO, Olorunniwo OE, Atanda PO, Ogundare O.  2006.  Earing characteristics of cold-rolled and temper annealed aluminium 1200. Journal of Applied Sciences. 6:3103–3109., Number 15 Abstract
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Omotoyinbo, JA, Olorunniwo OE, Ogundare O, Oluwole OO.  2006.  Effect of Degree of Deformation on the Mechanical Properties of High Temperature Thermomechanically Treated Steel. Journal of Applied Sciences. 6:1762–1765., Number 8 Abstract
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Alagbe, M, Umoru LE, Afonja AA, Olorunniwo OE.  2006.  Effects of different amino-acid derivatives on the inhibition of NST-44 mild steel corrosion in lime fluid. Journal of Applied Sciences. 6:1142–1147., Number 5 Abstract
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Oyekunle, AA.  2006.  Haematopoietic stem cell transplantation: Prospects and challenges in Nigeria.. Ann Ibad Postgraduate Med.. 4:17-27., Number 1 Abstract

Haematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT) has come to stay as a last resort to salvage several patients suffering from various haematological and non-haematological diseases; in developed economies. It however remains a dream for the majority of the patients who are without health insurance or reside in developing nations and thus unable to afford its enormous costs. Technological inequalities, brain drain and lack of political will have also impeded effective transfer of the necessary expertise.In Nigeria, the awareness of HSCT is limited. Even our specialists remain to be convinced because of the challenges posed by our infrastructure on the one hand and on the other hand; graft-versus-host disease (GVHD), post-transplant infections, relapse and organ toxicity. Moreso, sickle cell anaemia, which is likely to benefit most from HSCT in our environment, has not been able to attain the level of successes achieved with thalassemias in Europe and the USA. One must point out quickly however, that local opportunities at HSCT will go a long way to develop local expertise, boost confidence and innovation and ultimately improve results; benefits which will all be lost if we continue to refer our patients. Moreover, for HSCT, an additional obstacle is the need for matching donors for which the odds weigh inordinately against the Nigerian abroad.While we await the effective take-off of the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS), it is however instructive to note that a private-sector-driven HSCT initiative was recently started successfully in India despite difficulties, at a tenth of the cost in the West.

Thomson, ISI.  2006.  Mohammad Lutfi Othman, Ishak Aris, Norman Mariun and Ratna Kalos Zakiah Sahbudin. Journal of Applied Sciences. 6:2963–2977., Number 15 Abstract
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Olorunniwo, OE, Umoru LE, Bamigboye OR.  2006.  Sodium chromate and diethylene amine as corrosion inhibitors for mild steel in cassava fluid. J Appl sci. 6:878–882., Number 4 Abstract
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2005
Oyekunle, AA, Fesogun RB, Adediran IA.  2005.  Haematological parameters in prospective nigerian blood donors rejected on account of anaemia and/or microfilaria infestation, Jan-Mar. Niger J Med. 14:45-50., Number 1 AbstractWebsite

BACKGROUND: Worldwide, prospective blood donors are screened for blood transfusion-transmissible diseases. In addition, predonation fitness requires adequate haematocrit and, in the tropics, negative screening for microfilaria that may precipitate allergy. The high prevalence of anaemia and microfilaria, though treatable, has contributed to the dearth of eligible blood donors. This study aims to characterize anaemia in prospective blood donors rejected for anaemia and find haematological effects of microfilarial infestation in prospective blood donors. METHODS: This prospective study was carried out from 1st of August to November 30th, 2002 at the blood transfusion unit of the Haematology Department of Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospitals Complex (OAUTHC), Ile-Ife. All consenting prospective blood donors that were rejected for anaemia and or microfilaria infestation during the study period were studied for their age, sex and haematological profile. A randomly selected population of successful donors was similarly studied. RESULTS: Sixty rejected prospective blood donors (5.2% of the total screened)) were studied. Forty-five (75%) of them were rejected for anaemia alone, 10 (16.7%) for microfilaria alone and 5 (8.3%) for both anaemia and microfilaria. The mean ages of those rejected were 33.3(+/- 9.9) years for anaemia alone, 29.9(+/- 8.5) years for microfilaria alone and 35.4(+/- 8.3) years for those with anaemia and microfilaria combined. The mean age of the successful group was 28.9(+/- 8.5) years. Of the 60 rejected subjects, 53 were males while 7 were females. Blood film of the anaemia group revealed features suggestive of iron deficiency anaemia (hypochromic microcytic cells) in 60% of them. The white cell count (WCC) was significantly increased in the microfilarial group compared to others and it revealed lymphocytosis and eosinophilia. CONCLUSION: The importance of these findings have been discussed in line with the existing literature. The need for intensive health education to encourage voluntary donation and promote the interest of females in blood donation is emphasized.