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African Journal of Biomedical Research

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The African Journal of biomedical Research was founded in 1998 as a joint project between a private communications outfit (Laytal Communications) and members of the Ivory tower. Later, the need to expand the horizon of the journal led to the formation of a group (Biomedical Communications Group, Ibadan, Nigeria) which is aimed at being registered in future as a non-governmental organization involved in the promotion of scientific proceedings and publications in developing countries.

The journal is conceived as an academic and professional journal covering all fields within the Biomedical Sciences including the allied health fields. Articles from the Physical Sciences and humanities related to the Medical Sciences will also be considered. The African Journal of Biomedical Research publishes full-length papers, review articles intended to throw light on recent advances in areas within its scope, short communications, rapid communications and mini-reviews. The journal will also carry news on conferences, workshops and products. The guiding principle shall be consistency.

One of the dual roles of the African Journal of Biomedical Research is to serve as a conduit for academic and professional media, covering all research findings within the biomedical sciences including the allied health fields. The other role is to put to test the alliance between the private non-governmental sector and members of  an African academic community in their quest to propagate knowledge. Furthermore, the journal will make significant and regular contribution to the South-North flow of information, which hitherto has been slow.

African Journal of Biomedical Research (ISSN 1119-5096) is published in January, May and September by the Biomedical Communications Group, Ibadan, Nigeria. The journal is published on a page sponsorship basis (Three issues per volume).

Other websites related to this journal include: ttp://www.bioline.org.br and http://ajbrui.org/ojs/


Vol 21, No 1 (2018)

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Articles

Predatory publishing and the dilemma of the Nigerian Academic EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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G.A. Ajuwon, A.J. Ajuwon 1-5
BRCA1 and BRCA2 gene mutations in breast cancer among west African women EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A.A. Zouré, H.A. Bambara, A.Y. Sawadogo, Y Bakri, J Simporé 7-10
Assessment of programmed cell death proteins in oral squamous cell carcinoma EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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S.E. Udeabor, A.O. Adisa, A Orlowska, R.A. Sader, S Ghanaati 11-13
Detection, inhibition and molecular analysis of multidrug resistant aerobic gram-negative clinical isolates from a tertiary hospital in Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A.O. Adeluola, K.S. Oyedeji, U.E. Mendie, J.R. Johnson, J.R. Porter 15-21
Onchocercal DNA amplification using beta actin gene primers compared with first internal transcribed spacer sequences for monitoring onchocerciasis eradication strategy EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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H.O. Osue, H.I. Inabo, S.E. Yakubu, P.A. Audu, M Mamman 23-28
Dietary pattern, lifestyle and nutritional status of hypertensive outpatients attending University College Hospital, Ibadan, Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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O.O. Olaitan, G.T. Fadupin, A.A. Adebiyi 29-36
Knowledge of diets as a modifiable risk factor of obesity among women of reproductive age in Ibadan, Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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O.E. Oyewole, Y Ajayi 37-42
Neuroprotective potential of Citrullus lanatus seed extract and Vitamin E against mercury chloride intoxication in male rat brain EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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O Owoeye, R.O. Akinbami, M.A. Thomas 43-49
Sperm morphology and characteristics in male rats treated with leaf extract Combretum sordidum EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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O.A. Oridupa, B.B. Samuel, A.A. Amolegbe 51-55
Humoral immune response of broilers fed with Moringa oleifera supplemented feed and vaccinated with an inactivated infectious bursal disease vaccine EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A.G. Balami, P.A. Abdu, A.M. Wakawa, T Aluwong, S.B. Oladele, S.J. Enam 57-60
Dental formula and dental abnormalities observed in the Eidolon helvum (Fruit Bat) captured from the wild EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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O Igado, O Femi-Akinlosotu, T Omobowale, R Ajadi, H Nottidge
Protective effects of aqueous extract of Citrullus lanatus fruit on reproductive functions and antioxidant activities in arsenic-treated male wistar rats EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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O.O. Daramola, W.A. Oyeyemi, F.U. Beka, E.A. Ofutet 65-72
Protective effect of Carica papaya fruit extract against gamma radiation-induced oxidative damage in postnatal developing rat cerebellum EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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I.O. Imosemi, I.S. Owolabi, O Owoeye, A.O. Malomo 73-80
Phytochemical analysis and evaluation of antidiabetic effects in alloxan-induced diabetic rats treated with aqueous leaf extract of Acanthospermum hispidum EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A Chika, D.C. Onyebueke, S.O. Bello 81-85
Haematological effects of leaf extract of Moringa oleifera Lam in normal and myelo-suppressed wistar rats EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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S.A. Ufelle, K.C. Onyekwelu, P.U. Achukwu, C.O. Ezeh, S Ghasi 87-90
Erratum: Unripe Musa paradisiaca Fruit Diet Ameliorates Impaired Glucose Regulation Caused by Iron-Induced Oxidative Stress. Afr. J. Biomed. Res. 2017: 20(3):301-308 EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Samuel B. Olaleye 91


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