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
  • Published Articles: 68

Table of Content: June 2015; 4(6)

June 2015

Evaluation of serum proteins in some immunocompromised patients in Auchi, Edo State, Nigeria

Aim: Immuno compromised state is a condition of alteration in the immune status of an individual, thereby promoting progression of a disease. This work investigated serum proteins in immuno compromised individuals. Methods: 5ml venous blood was collected from 120 volunteers which comprised 20 tuberculosis patients, 40 Human immunodeficiency virus patients, 40 pregnant women and 20 age –sex matched apparently...

Author(s): Okogun GRA , Jemikalajah DJ , Adu ME , Saliu R Okogun GRA , Jemikalajah DJ , Adu ME , Saliu R

June 2015

Isolation and serological detection of mycoplasma gallisepticum and mycoplasma synoviae using a combined mg/ms enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay kit in indigenous chickens in Niger State, Nigeria

Aim: The present study was undertaken to determine the seroprevalence of mycoplasma infection and possible isolation from local chickens in Niger State, Nigeria. We have looked into this problem using a combined MG/MS ELISA kit and cultural isolation. Methods: A total of 552 blood samples were randomly collected from exanguinated chickens for serology. Tracheal swabs were collected into screwed cap bijou bottles...

Author(s): Ahmed JS, Lawal SM, Fatihu MY, Moses DG, Barde IJ, Kumbish PR, Oladele SB

June 2015

Effect of a cassava based diet (gari) on some renal function parameters in albino rats

Aim: The study was carried out to ascertain the effect of Gari (a cassava based diet) on renal functions in albino rats. Methods: Thirty five Wistar albino rats divided into seven groups were fed Gari mixed with normal rat diet at concentrations of 0, 10, 20, 40, 60, 80, and 100% respectively for 3 weeks and the renal parameters (Creatinine, Urea, Sodium and Potassium) monitored in the animals. Results: There...

Author(s): Adegoke O.A , Bamigbowu E.O , George–Opuda M. I , Awopeju T A , Mbata CA, Braide SA , Ekwusa O. V , Odunfa T