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  1. Hypoglycemic Effect of the Methylene Chloride-methanolic Extract of the Fresh and Dried Fruits of Gongronema latifolium in Normoglycemic and Alloxan-induced Diabetic Rats
    IFEOMA P. OKOLI, UDUMA E. OSONWA, DANIEL L. AJAGHAKU, AMARACHUKWU U. ANWUCHAEPE
    American Journal of Physiology, Biochemistry and Pharmacology. 2018; 7(1): 16-23.
  2. EVALUATION OF CLINICOPATHOLOGICAL MANIFESTATIONS OF AN OUTBREAK OF INFECTIOUS BURSAL DISEASE IN BLACK HARCO PULLETS
    Amarachukwu Olejieme IGWE, Ismaila SHITTU
    Vom Journal of Veterinary Sciences. 2017; 12(1): 63-68.
  3. Comparative Study of Genetic Influence on the Susceptibility of Exotic Cockerels, Pullets and Broilers to Natural Infectious Bursal Disease Virus
    AMARACHUKWU OLEJIEME IGWE
    Nigerian Veterinary Journal. 2017; 38(3): -.
  4. EVALUATION OF THE EFFICACY OF INACTIVATED OIL-EMULSION NEWCASTLE DISEASE KOMAROV VACCINE AGAINST CLINICAL DISEASE, LESIONS AND IMMUNE RESPONSE, FOLLOWING CHALLENGE WITH VELOGENIC NEWCASTLE DISEASE VIRUS IN LAYING CHICKENS
    AMARACHUKWU IGWE, DIDACUS EZE
    Nigerian Veterinary Journal. 2016; 37(1): -.
  5. Estimation of lipid profile and glucose level in alloxan-induced diabetic rats treated with Cymbopogon citratus (lemongrass)
    Chinwe O. Ewenighi, Uchechukwu Dimkpa, Babatunde I. Adejumo, Joel C. Onyeanusi, Linus U. M. Onoh, Uchechukwu Ezeugwu, Gladys O. Onoh, Simon Uzor, Ejike Orji, Amarachukwu Anojulu
    Journal of Experimental and Integrative Medicine. 2013; 3(3): 249-253.



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