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OKOJIE Akhabue Kenneth joined MARCOS FLEURY's group
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Neurophysiology of Aging

This group has a focus on the consequences of aging on the nervous system. My interest is in changes of motor pathways but by no means is that the limit of the scope of this group.See More
Apr 14, 2012
OKOJIE Akhabue Kenneth joined Rabiu AbduSSALAM Magaji's group
Apr 14, 2012
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Theoretical Neuroscience

Dedicated to exploring theoretical constructs in neuroscience, using a synergy of experimental, mathematical, and computational methods.
Sep 4, 2009
OKOJIE Akhabue Kenneth is now a member of The NeuroNetwork
Sep 4, 2009

Profile Information

Main areas of research:
CNS
Interests/keywords:
pain
neuroendocrinology
Neurodevelopment
Behavioral Neuroscience
Current title/position:
PhD student, University of Nigeria.
Current affiliation/employer:
University of Nigeria
Publications:
Oko-ose J, Okojie A.K, Iyawe V.I (2011): Physiological basis of pregnancy induced hypertension. Journal of Medicine and Medical Science; 2(7): 939-945.

O. A Oyekunle, T.P Ogundeji and A.K. Okojie (2011): Behavioral modifications related to consumption of a “soft” adaptogen, Bee Honey, by rats. Neurophysiology; 43 (1):46 – 50.

O. A Oyekunle, A.K. Okojie and U.S. Udoh (2010): Anagelsic and anti-inflammatory effects of an extract of Fadogia Agrestis in rats. Neurophysiology; 42 (2):147 –151.

O. A Oyekunle, G.F Ibironke, S.F. Ige, U.S. Udoh and A.K. Okojie (2009): Relationship between the plasma testosterone level and pain reaction times in male rats. Neurophysiology; 41 (3):231 – 234.

Okojie A.K, Ebomoyi M.I., Emeri C.O. Okosun J. Onyeso G, Ekhator C.N, Atima J, Uhuonrenren O (2009): Review of Physiological Mechanisms underlying the use of Garcinia kola in the treatment of asthma. The Internet Journal of Pulmonary Medicine, Volume 11 Number 1.

Udoh U S, Oyekunle O A, Ige S F, Okojie A K, Ogunwale E B (2009): Effect of oral administration of aqueous kola nut extract (Kola nitida) on reproductive hormones in male Sprague dawley rats. Afr.J.Med Sci; 2(2):31-34.

Okojie A.K., Nwaokpara A.O. and Ute I (2008): Seasonal variation of blood pressure in first pregnancies. J. Med. Pharm, Sci; 4 (1): 1 – 4.

Okojie A.K., Dibie D.C and Inegbenebor U (2008): Pathophysiological implications of
Obesity and its relationship with diabetes mellitus. J. Advan. Med. Pharm. Sci., 2(4): 16-18.

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At 6:53am on September 11, 2013, CHARLES OYINBO said…

Oh boy, how you dey? I see you for Neuro Network. How work? You don see Prof Amadi?

 
 
 

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