A. A. Adeleke

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Legionella-like amebal pathogens (LLAPs) are nonculturable, protozoonotic, gram-negative bacilli. They were named LLAPs because of their ability to infect and multiply intracellularly within amebae (Figure 1) in the same way that legionellae infect and multiply in protozoa and human alveolar mac-rophages (1-3). However, unlike other known legionellae, LLAPs(More)
BACKGROUND Lead, an example of heavy metals, has, for decades, being known for its adverse effects on various body organs and systems such that their functions are compromised. AIM In the present study, the ability of lead to adversely affect the male reproductive system was investigated and tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum: Source of antioxidants) paste(More)
Cadmium (Cd), a heavy metal, is known for its adverse effects on the body. In this study, the lowering effect of Cd on renal clearance (RC) was investigated, and Allium cepa extract (AcE) (an antioxidant) was pre-administered orally to prevent Cd's adverse effects. Seventy-two Wistar rats, grouped into three (n = 24), were used for this study. While Group C(More)
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