BIOMED Natural and Applied Science

Phytochemical and pharmacological evaluation of the anti-hypertensive effect of Theobroma Cacao

1.0 Introduction.                                                                                                                                                                                 Hypertension is a non-communicable disease that is characterized by an elevation in Systolic or diastolic blood pressure above

Isolation of Azospirillum spp and Evaluation of its Plant Growth Promoting Abilities

1.0 Introduction.                                                                                        Azospirillum is a Gram-negative, microaerophilic, non-fermentative, and nitrogen-fixing bacterial genus from α-Proteobacteria, Order Rhodospirillales, Family Rhodospirillaceae, which are motiles, peritrichous, catalase and oxidase positives, containing Q-10 isoprenoidquinones as chemotaxonomic

Effect of oxidized sucrose, citric acid crosslinking and dual modification on some physicochemical properties of cassava starch for potential application in packaging films

1.0 Introduction.                                                                                    Starch modification is an evolving field which explores different techniques that can be used to improve important properties

Biology and molecular pathogenesis of hepatitis B virus infection

1.0 Introduction.                                                                                           Hepatitis B virus (HBV) belongs to the Hepadnavirida family, Humans are the only known natural host. HBV enters

Sugarcane bagasse as carbon source for the production of cellulase by Aspergillus niger

1.0 Introduction.                                                                                                                 Cellulase, a multicomponent enzyme, (cellobiohydrolase, endocellulase, and ß-glucosidase) responsible for bioconversion of cellulose into soluble sugar [1], are

Job and demographic risk factors influencing cellular mediated hypersensitivity among Nigerian Laboratory University workers in multiple chemical exposures

1.0 Introduction.                                                                                                                 Over the recent time, the use of natural and synthetic chemicals has largely created our modern world which