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Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology

Data collection, Data analysis, Pharmacological assays (In-vitro and In-vivo), Computer simulations, Handling of lab animals and organ isolation


KNUST-Adum RD, knust-adum rd
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Research Institution

Personal data

Contact person
Yakubu Jibira
Role in Organization
Junior Researcher / Postdoc

Main Area of Expertise

NP Drug discovery, NP chemistry
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Main facilities and/or core expertise
Data collectionData analysisPharmacological assays (In-vitro and In-vivo)Computer simulationsHandling of lab animals and organ isolation
Main output/products/publications
Yakubu Jibira, Eric Boakye-Gyasi, Wonder Abotsi, Isaac Kingsley Amponsah, Donatus Wewura Adongo and Eric Woode (2020). Hydroethanolic Stem Bark Extract of Burkea africana attenuates Vincristine-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy in Rats. Advance in Pharmacological and Pharmaceutical Sciences 2020.John Kenneth Mensah, Amina Ibrahim and Yakubu Jibira (2019). Co-extract mixture from Strophanthus hispidus (roots) and Aframomum meleguata (seeds) show phytochemical synergy in its anti-inflammatory activity. Archives Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.3: 089-100.Emmanuel B. A. Adusei, Reimmel K. Adosraku, James Oppong-Kyekyeku ,Cedric D. K. Amengor and Yakubu Jibira. Resistance Modulation Action, Time-Kill Kinetics Assay, and Inhibition of Biofilm Formation Effects of Plumbagin from Plumbago zeylanica Linn. Hindawi (Journal of Tropical Medicine). 2019. Komlaga, G., Gaveh, E., Yakubu J. & Mensah, M. L. K. (2019). Phytochemistry, proximate and antioxidant properties of some indigenous leafy vegetables. World Journal of Advanced Research and Reviews, 3(1), 012–022Asante-Kwatia, E., Yakubu J. Mensah, A. Y., & Osei-sarfoh, D. (2019). Macaranga barteri stem bark extract exerts anti- inflammatory and antihyperalgesia activity in murine models. Discovery of Phytomedicine 6(3), 130– 137.
Fields of interest
Scientific collaboration
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Scientific collaborations-Drug discovery