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Assessment of heavy metals bioavailability in dumpsites of Zaria Metropolis, Nigeria
The objectives of this study was to investigate the chemical fractionation, mobility and bioavailability of Cd, Cu, Mn, Pb and Zn in refuse waste soils of some dumpsites in Zaria metropolis. TheExpand
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A Derived QSAR Model for Predicting Some Compounds as Potent Antagonist against Mycobacterium tuberculosis: A Theoretical Approach
Development of more potent antituberculosis agents is as a result of emergence of multidrug resistant strains of M. tuberculosis. Novel compounds are usually synthesized by trial approach with a lotExpand
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Theoretical modeling for predicting the activities of some active compounds as potent inhibitors against Mycobacterium tuberculosis using GFA-MLR approach
Abstract Tuberculosis (TB) is of one the most infectious disease caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis which remains a serious public health problem. Emergence of multi-drug resistant strains of M.Expand
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A Rapid Method of Crude Oil Analysis Using FT-IR Spectroscopy
This study determines the viability of the use of Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy as a substitute to traditional petroleum geochemical methods for crude oil characterisation. IRExpand
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Investigation of some acetamido-N-benzylacetamide derivatives as potent anti-convulsant inhibitors
PM3 semi-empirical method was used to develop the quantitative structure-activity relationship (QSAR) for predicting the anticonvulsant activity of some acetamido-N-benzylacetamide derivative. InExpand
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In-silico activity prediction and docking studies of some 2, 9-disubstituted 8-phenylthio/phenylsulfinyl-9h-purine derivatives as Anti-proliferative agents
In-silico activity prediction was performed to predict new inhibitory activities of 2, 9-disubstituted 8-phenylthio/phenylsulfinyl-9h-purine derivatives as anti-proliferative agents using QSARExpand
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QSAR Modeling and Molecular Docking Analysis of Some Active Compounds against Mycobacterium tuberculosis Receptor (Mtb CYP121)
A quantitative structure-activity relationship (QSAR) study was performed to develop a model that relates the structures of 50 compounds to their activities against M. tuberculosis. The compoundsExpand
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Theoretical modeling and molecular docking simulation for investigating and evaluating some active compounds as potent anti-tubercular agents against MTB CYP121 receptor
Abstract Theoretical modeling and molecular docking studies were carried out on cinnamic acid analogues as potent anti-tubercular agents. Theoretical models were developed to investigate the reportedExpand
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