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Author:A.E.Elkomy
Data Source:[J].African Journal of Biochemistry Research, 2007, Vol.1 (7), pp.132-136学术期刊出版社
Abstract:Random population studies are very important to estimate the environmental factors in nutritional, physiological and breeding experiments. Studying the quantitative traits, consisting of genetic, environmental factors and interaction between them is very important as well. In a r...
Author:Lutho ZunguInnocent
Data Source:[J].African Journal of Biochemistry Research, 2007, Vol.1 (4), pp.060-071学术期刊出版社
Abstract:The classical central scratch method has been used to successfully induce a wound environment however this model has been criticized. This study aimed to compare the cellular responses of normal fibroblast cells with those of wounded, diabetic wounded, acidic and hypoxic cells to...
Author:ShanmugamAnnaian
Data Source:[J].African Journal of Biochemistry Research, 2007, Vol.1 (2), pp.014-018学术期刊出版社
Abstract:The fatty acid composition of the wedge clam Donax cuneatus collected from the sandy beach of Cuddalore (southeast coast of India) was determined. In the analysis, the fatty acid profile by gas chromatography revealed the presence of higher amount of saturated fatty acids (35.28%...
Author:PariL.
Data Source:[J].African Journal of Biochemistry Research, 2007, Vol.1 (7), pp.148-155学术期刊出版社
Abstract:In this paper, we investigated the insulin-receptor-binding effect of Cassia auriculata flower extract (CFEt) in streptozotocin induced male wistar rats, using circulating erythrocytes as a model system. We measured the levels of plasma glucose and plasma insulin and the binding ...
Author:GanesanB.
Data Source:[J].African Journal of Biochemistry Research, 2007, Vol.1 (6), pp.117-123学术期刊出版社
Abstract:The protective effect of betaine administration on changes in the levels of protein, glycoproteins and amino acids was studied in isoprenaline-induced myocardial infarction in rats as an animal model of myocardial infarction in man. Oral pre-treatment with betaine significantly (...
Author:O. OBabalola
Data Source:[J].African Journal of Biochemistry Research, 2007, Vol.1 (7), pp.127-131学术期刊出版社
Abstract:The study investigated the status of lead and selected mineral elements (copper, zinc and chromium) in type-2 diabetes mellitus patients, so as to establish the possible interactive connections of these metals with the disease and with each other in diabetic patients. Thirty-one ...
Author:Isabirye MurangaFlorence
Data Source:[J].African Journal of Biochemistry Research, 2007, Vol.1 (5), pp.072-077学术期刊出版社
Abstract:The aim of the study was to compare the apparent bioavailability of starch in raw, cooked and extruded matooke flours using weanling mice. Two control and three test groups consisting of seven mice each (initial body weight of 21.32 plusmn; 1.05 g) were fed diets incorporating so...
Author:O. SunmonuT.
Data Source:[J].African Journal of Biochemistry Research, 2007, Vol.1 (5), pp.083-089学术期刊出版社
Abstract:Biochemical investigations were carried out to assess the effect of consumption of crude oil contaminated catfish on the hepatocytes and performance of rat. Catfish (Clarias gariepinus) (n = 120) were grouped into 6 of 20 catfish each and held for 30 h in 5 different mixtures of ...
Author:Okunowo
Data Source:[J].African Journal of Biochemistry Research, 2007, Vol.1 (6), pp.095-100学术期刊出版社
Abstract:Gas liquid chromatography was used to identify the types of alcohol present in wines produced by fermenting orange juice with four strains of yeast; Saccharomyces cerevisiae (isolated from yam), S. cerevisiae (from sugarcane molasses),Saccharomyces carlsbergensis (from sugarcane ...
Author:O. AkaninworJ.
Data Source:[J].African Journal of Biochemistry Research, 2007, Vol.1 (2), pp.011-013学术期刊出版社
Abstract:Various kinds of agro and wood based fibres can be used to filter both trace and heavy metals from contaminated solutions. The efficacy of thioglycolic acid treated oil-palm fibre was investigated in this study. The result showed maximum absorptions (at pH = 6) of 83.6, 75.6 and ...

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