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Nigerian Journal of Biotechnology - Vol 27 (2014)

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Articles

In vitro evaluation of aliphatic fatty alcohol metabolites of Perseaamericana seed as potential antimalarial and antimicrobial agents EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A Falodun, O Erharuyi, V Imieje, J Ahomafor, C Akunyuli, M Jacobs, S Khan, M T Hamann, P Langer 1-7
Effects on haematological parameters and pathology of internal organs of Trypanosoma brucei brucei infected albino rats EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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O M Ukpai, O P Nwabuko 8-13
In vitro insulinotropic actions of various extracts of Moringa oleifera leaves EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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O O Opeolu 14-20
Pollen diversity, viability and floral structure of some Musa genotypes EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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H O Oselebe, C V Nnamani, E Ikeh 21-27
Molecular characterization of autochthonous hydrocarbon utilizing bacteria in oil-polluted sites at Bodo Community, Ogoni land, Niger Delta, Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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C B Chikere, C B Ekwuabu 28-33
Preliminary report on the production of transgenic Oreochromis niloticus using tol 2 kit EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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O S Olabode, M Goland, B Levavi-Sivan 34-39
Review of anticancer and antioxidant activities of radioresistant extremophiles at molecular level: an itinerary to the discovery of cancer drugs in Nigerian extreme radiation environments EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A M Vatsa, Y I Zakari, J C Igwe, F Iseghohi, A U Akpa, A Y Jibrin, A K Abubakar, R Adamu 40-47
Cellulolytic activities of wild type fungi isolated from decayed wood cuttings EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A O Emoghene, O C Okungbowa, O N Obayagbona, A G Jaboro 41-48
Characterization of hydrocarbon utilizing fungi from hydrocarbon polluted sediments and water EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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C B Chikere, C C Azubuike 49-54


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