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Audu R, Omilabu SA, De Beer M, Peenze I and Steele AD (2002): Diversity of human rotavirus VP6, VP7 and VP4 in Lagos State, Nigeria. J. Health Popul. Nutr. 20(1): 59 - 64.
Audu RA, Idigbe EO, Onwujekwe DI, Onubogu CC, Adedoyin JA, Mafe AG, Okoye R, Onyewuche J, Oparaugo C, Funsho-Adebayo F, Nathan E and Dele AZ. Evaluation of different techniques for the estimation of the levels of CD4 cells in Lagos, Nigeria. XIV International AIDS conference 2002, proceedings. Barcelona (July 7 - 12, 2002). 175 - 178.
Audu RA, Idigbe EO, Onwujekwe DI, Adedoyin JA, Onyejepu N, Mafe AG, Onyewuche J, Oparaugo C, Enwuru C, Aniedobe M and Dele AZ: Possible impact of co-infections on the CD4 cell counts of HIV patients in Nigeria. XIV International Aids conference 2002 proceedings. Barcelona (July 7 - 12, 2002), 209 - 212.
Audu RA, Omilabu SA, Peenze and Steele D (2002): Viral diarrhoea in young children in two districts in Nigeria. Centr. Afr. J. Med. 48(5/6): 59 - 63.
KS Oyedeji, SI Smith, AO Arigbabu, AO Coker, DA Ndububa, EA Agbakwuru and OA Atoyebi (2002): Use of direct gram stain of stomach biopsy as a rapid screening method for detection of Helicobacter pylori from peptic ulcer and gastritis patients. J. Basic Microbiol. 42 (2): 121 - 125.
Adesanya AA, da Rocha-Afodu JT, Oulwatowoju OO, Oyedeji KS, Coker AO, Afonja OA (2002): Evaluation of a home made urease test for detecting Helicobacter pylori infection. Nig. Postgrad. Med. J. 9(1): 43 - 47.
Otive-Igbuzor EJ (2002): HIV/AIDS in Nigeria rethinking women's vulnerabilities beyond the biomedical paradigm, Nigeria journal of health and biomedical science (for publication).
Otive-Igbuzor EJ (2002): Phage amplification technology in the diagnosis of pulmonary tuberculosis: Applicability in Nigeria laboratories. African Journal of Clinical and Experimental Microbiology. 3(2): 55 - 63.
Smith SI, Miehike S, Oyedeji KS, Arigbabu AO and Coker AO (2002): Fingerprinting of Nigerian Helicobacter pylori isolates by plasmid profile and PCR. J. Basic Microbiol. 42(1): 45 - 53.
Olukoya DK, Ilori MO and Smith SI (2002): Heavy metals and antibiotic resistance in bacteria isolated from polluted soils and water in Nigeria. JABE (1) 2.
Smith SI, Otuonye MN, Omonigbehin E, Nkoth A, Okanny C, Ariyo F, Badaru OS, Ajayi A and Coker AO (2002): Prevalence of Campylobacter species amongst HIV/AIDS patients in Nigeria. Br. J. Biomed. Sc. 56: 162 - 163.
Uzohor KC, Ola R, Neigmogha MT (2002): Risk factors for post caesarean infection at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital. Postgrad. Med. J. (In press).
Atoyebi OA, Niemogha MT, Ogunsola FT and Odugbemi Tolu (2002): Anaerobic bacterial flora of surgical infections in Lagos (preliminary report) NMJ (In press).
Mofikoya KA, Atoyebi OA, Niemogha MT (2002): Risk factors of abdominal wound sepsis in LUTH. Journ. of Surgical Infections (In press).
Ahmed OA, Ogunaike AI, Odunukwe NN, Efienemokwu C, Raheem TY, Babawal CD and Afolabi RM (2002): The knowledge, attitude and perception of malaria and anemia in Osogbo district, Nigeria Soc. Sci. Res. Comm. 1(3): 34 - 45.
Otuonye NM, Olukoya DK, Odunukwe NN, Idigbe EO, Bamidele M, Oparaugo CT, Udeaja MN et al (2002): HIV association with conventional STDS in Lagos state Nigeria. West Afr. Med. J. 21(2) A.J
Anolu AI, Odunukwe NN, Otuonye MN et al (2002): Prevalence of HIV among women with vaginal discharge in a gyneacologic clinic in Lagos. JMNA (In press).

Smith SI, Ibrahim MM, Ezeobi VN, Oyedeji KS, Akinsinde KA and Coker AO (2002): Sodium dodecyl sulphate polyacrilamide gel electrophoresis of Campylobacter coli. Afr. J. Clin. Exp. Microbiol. 3(1): 1 - 2.
Agomo PU (2002): Four diagnostic techniques for possible utilization in the Roll Back Malaria programme; A comparative assessment of efficacy in twelve sites. J. Malaria in Africa and the Tropics 1(1): 31 - 35.
Brieger WR, Salako LA, Umeh RE, Agomo PU, Afolabi BM and Adeneye AK (2002): Promoting prepackaged drugs for prompt and appropriate treatment of febrile illnesses in rural Nigerian communities. Accepted for publication. Int. Quart. Commu. Hlth. Educ.
Afolabi BM, Audu RA and Olukosi YA (2002): Nutritional status of preschool children in rural coastal Nigeria. J. Malaria and Tropical Disease. 1: 36 - 38.
Akande DO, Adeleke EO and Akinwale OP (2002): The prevalence of intestinal contaminants of fruits sold in some markets in Lagos, Nigeria. The Journal of Tropical Biosciences. (Accepted).
Manafa OU and Ismal AN (2002): Onchocerciasis in Oji-River local government area, Nigeria. Knowledge, attitude and practice of the people to the disease. Epidemiology and infection 129: 629 - 633.
Sulyman MA, Akinwale OP and Ogunbanwo JA (2002): Onchocerciasis and its control. Applied Natural Sciences Research 1(2): 1 - 5.
Sulyman MA, Akinwale OP and Ogunbanwo JA (2002): Chemotherapy and African Trypanosomiasis. Research Communication in Parasitology. 1(1): 21- 27.
Omotola EB, Ojeshina JO, Omotola BD, Aminu FT, Fadeyi TO (2002): Influence of maternal education on nutritional status of under five children in Oyo state. Nig. Educ. Rev. Vol. 7, No. 2 pp 142 - 152.
Omotola BD, Omotola EB and Oladipo SA (2002): Female education, health and development: Status constraints and the way forward. Nig. Educ. Rev. Vol. 7, No. 1 pp 142 - 152.
Omotola BD, Brai BIC and Omotola EB (2002): Nutrient based intervention to reduce malaria related morbidity and mortality in Nigeria (In press).
Awolola TS, Rotimi O, Coetzee M and Hunt RH (2002): Dynamics of malaria vector populations in coastal Lagos, south western Nigeria. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology. 96: 75 - 82.
Awolola TS, Brooke B, Koekemoer LL and Coetzene M (2002): Absence of the Kdr Mutation in the molecular M. form suggest different pyrethroid resistance mechanism in the malaria vector mosquito anopheles gambiae S.S. Tropical Medicine and International Health 8 (4): 1 - 3.
Manafa OU, Akinboade AO, Fagbemi B and Nwosu C.: Detection of immune response in exposed but microfilariae negative individuals in Oji-River, Nigeria. Applied Natural Science Research. (In press).
Manafa OU, Awolola TS and Isamal AN: Onchocerciasis in Oki-River, Nigeria. Health behaviour, Perception, social outcome and treatment seeking patterns of the people to he disease. Jour. of Tro. Biosci. (In press).
Tochukwu NE, Ajayi MB, Akinwale OP, Chigbo RC: Incidence of intestinal parasites infection among food vendors in Lagos, Nigeria. (In press).
Ajayi MB: Distribution of Lalmonella specie causing typhoid fever in Lagos metropolis. Research Communication in Parasitology (Accepted for publication).
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