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Philip Ifesinachi Anochie
Philip Ifesinachi Anochie

Philip Nelson Institute of Medical Research
Philip Ifesinachi Anochie, Research Scientist
Philip Nelson Institute of Medical Research, Lagos, Nigeria


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African Medicinal Plants that Can Control or Cure Tuberculosis

Published On: June 15, 2018 | Pages: 001 - 008

Author(s): Philip Ifesinachi Anochie*, Bakoh Ndingkokhar, Juan Bueno, Felix Emeka Anyiam, Linus Ndidi Ossai- Chidi, Edwina Chinwe Onyeneke and Anthony Chidiebere Onyeozirila
This review contains a compendium of medicinal plants in Africa that can control or cure tuberculosis. A good number of plant secondary metabolites are reported to have antitubercular activity comparable to the existing antitubercular drugs or sometimes even better. Information regarding the chemistry and pharmacology of plants leads to insight into their structure–activity relationship and potency. A welldefi ned strategy is required to exploit these phytomolecules as antitubercular drugs. ...
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10.17352/ijpsdr.000016

How to control the Tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS dual epidemic

Published On: July 11, 2018 | Pages: 026 - 037

Author(s): Philip Ifesinachi Anochie*, Augustine Ajogwu, Godwin Okeke Kalu, Mfon Itoro- Obong Akpan, Edwina Chinwe Onyeneke and Anthony Chidiebere Onyeozirila
This review contains the novel approaches and innovations on how to control the Tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS dual epidemics. AIDS kills more than 8000 people every day worldwide. More than 5000 people die from TB every day. HIV-positive people can easily be screened for TB; if they are infected, they can be given prophylactic treatment to prevent development of the disease or curative drugs if they already have the disease. TB patients can be offered an HIV test; indeed, research shows that TB patients are more likely to accept HIV testing than the general population. ...
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10.17352/2455-5479.000036

How to induce, generate and control Immunological Anomalies in humans?

Published On: September 19, 2018 | Pages: 051 - 068

Author(s): Philip Ifesinachi Anochie*, Godwin Okeke Kalu, Mfon Itoro- Obong Akpan, Augustine Ajogwu, Anthony Chidiebere Onyeozirila and Edwina Chinwe Onyeneke
This review unravels the details of the immunological properties underlying the inducement, generation and control of immunological errors, the antigenic changes in the cells themselves, and the extent and activities of the immune response arising as a result of these changes. ...
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10.17352/2455-5479.000039

A comparative bacteriological study of bottled drinking water In Nigeria

Published On: October 22, 2018 | Pages: 045 - 050

Author(s): Philip Ifesinachi Anochie*, Anthony Chidiebere Onyeozirila and Edwina Chinwe Onyeneke
Bacteriological examination of six brands of bottled drinking water samples produced by different bottled water producers in Nigeria was carried out to compare their bacterial quality. The bottled drinking water were bought from various sales outlets in Nigeria. The biochemical characteristics of the isolates and the sugar fermentation reactions of the isolates were studied. Results of the bacteriological examination showed varied degrees of bacterial load. Causes of contamination of the bottled drinking water and recommendations for improving their microbial quality were also highlighted. ...
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10.17352/2455-8400.000043

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