Articles in Press
Article ID : 2021/SAJP/65937: Intestinal Parasitic Infections among Diabetes Mellitus Patients Attending Murtala Muhammad Specialist Hospital (Mmsh), Kano, Kano State
Lynn Maori1*, Japhet J. Kalang2, Maikudi Haruna1, R. C. Mamtara3, Emmanuel Peters4, Abdulsalam Yakubu5 and Usman Muhammed1
1Laboratory Department, State Specialist Hospital Gombe, Gombe State, Nigeria.
2Department of Veterinary Medicine, Surgery and Radiology, University of Jos, Nigeria.
3Department of Medical Laboratory Science, Taraba State College of Health Technology, Takum, Nigeria.
4Department of Medical Laboratory Science, College of Health Technology Kaltungo, Gombe State, Nigeria.
5Laboratory Department, Federal Teaching Hospital Gombe, Gombe State, Nigeria.
Article ID : 2020/SAJP/64649 : Interest of the Kato Method in the Diagnosis and Counting of Helminth Eggs
Aïkou Nicolas1*, Gbati Oubri Bassa2, Degbey Cyriaque3, Coulibaly Amadou Founzegue4, Gnangle B. Rosen5, Assogba Jacques Kevin5, Adjaho Lidwine5 and Kangni Marie Louis Aballo5
1Department of Human Biology. Laboratory of Clinical Biochemistry and Medical Microbiology, National University of Sciences, Engineering and Mathematics,Benin.
2Inter-state School of Science and Veterinary Medicine, Dakar Senegal
3Regional Institute of Public Health Ouidah Benin.
4Pasteur Institute Abidjan, Cote-d’ivoire.
5Department of Clinical Biochemistry / Please insert hospital name, Benin.
Article ID : 2021/SAJP/64954 : Prevalence of Gastrointestinal Parasites among off Campus and Hostel Students of the Federal University of Agriculture Makurdi, Benue State Nigeria
M. O. Iboyi1*, C. O. Ali1, B. O. David1 and E. O. Otakpa1
1Department of Biological Sciences University of Agriculture Makurdi, P.M.B. 2373, Benue State, Nigeria.
Article ID : 2020/SAJP/62137 : Patterns of Cellular Infiltrates of Skin Scrapings from Patients with Cutaneous Leishmaniasis
Shakila Ashraf1* and Fatima Mujib Bilqees1
1Institute of Hematology, Baqai Medical University, Pakistan.
Article ID : 2020/SAJP/55042 : Socio-Demographic Factors and Attitudes Influencing the Seroprevalence of Toxoplasmosis Among Pregnant Women in Buea, Sw Cameroon
Judith Lum Ndamukong-Nyanga1,2*, Nchangsen Jacqueline2, Dinayen Flavia2, Ngum Catherine Ndamukong2, 4 and Desdemona Njabi Nji3
1Department of Biological Sciences, Higher Teacher Training College, University of Yaounde 1,
2 Medical Laboratory Science, Department of Allied Health, BIAKA University Institute, Buea,
3Department of Biochemistry, Faculty of Science, University of Buea, Cameroon.
4Department of Laws and political Science, University of Buea, Cameroon.