African Journal of
Cellular Pathology

OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE SOCIETY FOR CELLULAR PATHOLOGY SCIENTISTS OF NIGERIA
  • Abbreviation: Afr. J. Cell. Path
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 2449-0776
  • DOI: 10.5897/AJCPath
  • Start Year: 2013

AJCPath Articles in press

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DETERMINATION OF EGG PRODUCTION AND WEIGHT IN LAYERS EXPERIMENTALLY INFECTED WITH SALMONELLA GALLINARUM

The present study was conducted to investigate the determination of egg production and weight in layers experimentally infected with Salmonella Gallinarum. Twenty layers were used for the research. The layers were purchased at the age of 18 weeks from certified commercial poultry farm in Kujama farm, Kaduna State, Nigeria and housed in the animal research unit of the Veterinary Teaching Hospital, Faculty of Veterinary...

Author(s):Mohammed Adam Chiroma, Sani Adamu, Joseph John Gadzama, King Akpofure Nelson Esievo, Abdulsalam Hassan, Arhyel Gana Balami, Muhammad Ya’u, Ibrahim Bulama Lekko Yusuf Madaki

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COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE EFFECTS OF AQUEOUS AND ETHANOL FRUIT EXTRACTS OF Phoenix dactylifera L. ON THE CEREBELLAR CORTEX OF ARTESUNATE-AMODIAQUINE TREATED ADULT WISTAR RATS

Aim: This study was aimed at evaluating the effects of aqueous and ethanol fruit extracts of Phoenix dactylifera on the cerebellar cortex of artesunate-amodiaquine (AS-AQ) treated Wistar rats. Method: Thirty six (36) adult male Wistar rats (150 - 180g) were randomly divided into nine groups (n=4). Group 1served as the control; Group 2 was administered 2.86 / 8.75mg/kg AS-AQ. Group 3 was administered 2.86 / 8.75 mg/kg...

Author(s):M.N Budaye, S.S Adebisi, A.A Buraimoh, S.S Lazarus, A.N Agbon

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Histological and histochemical assessements on the effect of ethanol fruit extract of Phoenix dactylifera L. (Date Palm) on cerebral cortex of lead acetate treated wistar rats

This study histologically and histochemically assess the effect of ethanol fruit extract of Phoenix dactylifera L. (EFPD) on the cerebral cortex of lead acetate exposed Wistar rats. Twenty rats were grouped into five groups (A to E, n=4). Group A (control) was administered distilled water (2 ml/kg), while groups B to E were treatment groups. Cerebral damage was induced in rats by the administration of lead acetate (120...

Author(s):Stephen Samuel Lazarus, Samuel Sunday Adebisi, Yusuf Tanko, Abel Nosereme Agbon and Michael Ndomi Budaye

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