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i. Falade, OS, O O, Harwood CE, Adewusi SRA.  2005.  Chemical Composition and Starch Hydrolysis of Acacia-colei and Acacia-tumida Seeds. Cereal Chemistry. 82(5):479-484.1.pdf
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"Idowu, PA", N E, D M, J B.  2018.  Predictive Model for the Risk of Mental Illness in Nigeria Using Data Mining. International Journal of Immunology. 6(1):5-16.
"Olagunju, O"E, "Olaogun A", "Afolabi E", "Adereti C".  2014.  Psychosocial Problems of Sickle Cell Disorder as Experienced by the Paediatric Primary Caregivers in Southwest Nigeria. African Journal of Midwifery and Women’s Health. 8(1):36-40.
(MSc), OOA,(PhD) AA.  2022.  YOUTH EMPOWERMENT PROJECT AND POVERTY REDUCTION IN THE GAMBIA: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY. International Journal of Management Studies and Social Science Research. 4(3)ijmsssr00737.pdf
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.O, A, B.E. A.  2004.  Callus induction from epicotyl and hypocotyl explants of Parkia biglobosa (Jacq.) Benth.. Ife Journal of Science . Vol. 6(2):95-99.
A, AM, O O.  2015.  PREVALENCE OF HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE AMONG YOUNG ADULTS IN ILE-IFE, NIGERIA. International journal of Analytical, Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Sciences. 4(2)prevalence_of_high_blood_pressure_among_young_adults_in_ile-ife_nigeria.pdf
A, B, P M, N T, W A, M E, C M, R A, C O, P A, O O, A A, H O, B A, R B, A O, I O, E A, P O, L A-R, A A.  2015.  Multidisciplinary approach to genomic research in Africa: the AfriCRAN model. . Pan African Medical Journal . 21(229):1-5.
A, O, Folayan M, T O, Harris G, Ogunbodede E.  2011.  Health workers perception of hospital’s institutional structure, 2011/01/01. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health. 1:79-88. Abstract
A, DAVIDS, K A, K AA, O AA.  2011.  Integrating daylighting strategies in buildings: a case study of UBE buildings in Osun state, Nigeria.. Journal of Environmental Research and Policies. 6(1):1-8.
A, AM, O O, O AA, O AA.  2015.  Effects of age and sex on autonomic cardiovascular indicies among apparently healthy young adults. Scholars Academic Journal of Biosciences. 3(12):1040-1043.sajb-3121040-1043.pdf
A, B, PA M, WL A, MA E, LA G, D E, Braimah RO, SB A, JV R, CI E, O J, MO O, AK L, F A, T H, I M, PE G, M D, M G, AA A, JC M.  2014.  Novel IRF6 mutations in families with Van Der Woude syndrome and popliteal pterygium syndrome from sub-Saharan Africa.. Molecular Genetics & Genomic Medicine . 2(3):254-260.

Background: Panton-Valentine Leucocidin (PVL)-producing Staphylococcus aureus strains have been implicated in serious community-associated invasive infections and their increasing multidrug resistance is a major global health concern. Thus, we investigated the prevalence of the PVL gene and the antimicrobial resistance profile of nasal S. aureus isolates from healthy adults in Tundu-Wada, Gombe State of Nigeria. Methods and Materials: A total of 262 nasal samples from healthy adults were obtained and cultured. The isolates were identified as S. aureus by standard morphological and biochemical methods alongside with the Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) amplification of their 16S rRNA gene. Antimicrobial susceptibility testing was performed by the disc diffusion technique and the presence of mecA and PVL genes was determined by PCR analysis. Results: The overall nasal colonization of S. aureus was 17.6%. The prevalence of haemolysin and biofilm production among the isolates was 25(54.3%) and 42(91.3%), respectively. Only 2(4.3%) and 5(10.9%) possessed mecA and PVL genes respectively but none of the isolates harboured these two genes. All the isolates were resistant to amoxicillin but were highly susceptible (93.7%) to gentamicin. The prevalence of multi-drug resistance (MDR) among the isolates was M 45.7% and all PVL-producing isolates were MDR while one of the isolates with mecA gene exhibited extensive-drug resistance (XDR). Conclusion: This is the first report of nasal colonization of MDR PVL-producing S. aureus in healthy adults in Gombe, Northeastern Nigeria. This study highlights the importance of routine surveillance of healthy populations to provide useful strategies for controlling the spread of virulent multidrug-resistant organisms within the community.