OKOJIE Akhabue Kenneth
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CHARLES OYINBO left a comment for OKOJIE Akhabue Kenneth
"Oh boy, how you dey? I see you for Neuro Network. How work? You don see Prof Amadi?"
Sep 11, 2013

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Main areas of research:
Behavioral Neuroscience
Current title/position:
PhD student, University of Nigeria.
Current affiliation/employer:
University of Nigeria
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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