Abass Toba Anifowoshe

Abass Toba Anifowoshe

University of Ilorin

H-index: 9

Africa-Nigeria

About Abass Toba Anifowoshe

Abass Toba Anifowoshe, With an exceptional h-index of 9 and a recent h-index of 9 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at University of Ilorin, specializes in the field of Aquatic toxicology, Microplastics, Developmental Biology and Genetics, Population Genetics, Zebrafish.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Antibiotic alters host’s gut microbiota, fertility, and antimicrobial peptide gene expression vis-à-vis ampicillin treatment on model organism Drosophila melanogaster

The association of cysteine to thiomersal attenuates its apoptosis-mediated cytotoxicity in zebrafish

Genetic diversity of Plasmodium falciparum isolates in Nigeria. A review

Population Genetic Structure of Three Cichlids in‎ Ilorin, North-Central Nigeria

Evaluation of cytogenotoxic potential and embryotoxicity of KRS-Cauvery River water in Zebrafish (Danio rerio)

Plankton Composition and Distribution in Some Selected Rivers Within Ilorin, Kwara State, North Central Nigeria

Induction of oxidative stress and DNA damage in two common fish species of rivers and reservoirs in Ilorin, Northcentral, Nigeria

Extract of Morinda lucida leaf rescues hypoglycaemic and dyslipidaemic conditions in Plasmodium berghei-infected mice

Abass Toba Anifowoshe Information

University

University of Ilorin

Position

Nigeria

Citations(all)

340

Citations(since 2020)

251

Cited By

171

hIndex(all)

9

hIndex(since 2020)

9

i10Index(all)

9

i10Index(since 2020)

9

Email

University Profile Page

University of Ilorin

Abass Toba Anifowoshe Skills & Research Interests

Aquatic toxicology

Microplastics

Developmental Biology and Genetics

Population Genetics

Zebrafish

Top articles of Abass Toba Anifowoshe

Antibiotic alters host’s gut microbiota, fertility, and antimicrobial peptide gene expression vis-à-vis ampicillin treatment on model organism Drosophila melanogaster

Authors

Asem Sanjit Singh,Dhruv Pathak,Manoharmayum Shaya Devi,Abass Toba Anifowoshe,Upendra Nongthomba

Journal

International Microbiology

Published Date

2024/3/19

Antibiotics are commonly used to treat infectious diseases; however, persistence is often expressed by the pathogenic bacteria and their long-term relative effect on the host have been neglected. The present study investigated the impact of antibiotics in gut microbiota (GM) and metabolism of host. The effect of ampicillin antibiotics on GM of Drosophila melanogaster was analyzed through deep sequencing of 16S rRNA amplicon gene. The dominant phyla consisted of Proteobacteria, Bacteroidetes, Firmicutes, Actinobacteria, Planctomycetes, Chloroflexi, Euryarchaeota, Acedobacteria, Verrucomicrobia, and Cyanobacteria. It was found that the composition of GM was significantly altered on administration of antibiotics. On antibiotic treatments, there were decline in relative abundance of Proteobacteria and Firmicutes, while there were increase in relative abundance of Chlorophyta and Bacteroidota. High abundance …

The association of cysteine to thiomersal attenuates its apoptosis-mediated cytotoxicity in zebrafish

Authors

Debanjan Dutta,Sautan Show,Anabadya Pal,Abass Toba Anifowoshe,Mahadesh Prasad Aj,Upendra Nongthomba

Journal

Chemosphere

Published Date

2024/2/1

Thiomersal (TM) is an excellent preservative that is used in a wide variety of products, like pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, and vaccines, etc. Its usage has been in decline because of safety concerns. Since vaccine production is on the rise, its use may increase further in low-income and developing countries, as a cost-effective vaccine preservative. Further, Thiomersal is still being used as an essential component in various pharmaceutical preparations. In this light, the present study addresses its mechanism of toxicity in zebrafish and unveils a novel strategy for lessening its negative effects by conjugating cysteine to it, while retaining its antibacterial efficacy. We show that the mitochondrial membrane potential is destabilised by TM, leading to the induction of apoptosis. Interestingly, TM-cysteine conjugate (at a ratio of 1:1) showed no toxicity in zebrafish, whereas TM alone was highly toxic. Importantly, assaying for the …

Genetic diversity of Plasmodium falciparum isolates in Nigeria. A review

Authors

Wahib M Atroosh,Hesham M Al-Mekhlafi,Mohammed AK Mahdy,Riyadh Saif-Ali,Abdulsalam M Al-Mekhlafi,Johari Surin

Journal

Parasites & vectors

Published Date

2011/12

Background Malaria is still a public health problem in Malaysia especially in the interior parts of Peninsular Malaysia and the states of Sabah and Sarawak (East Malaysia). This is the first study on the genetic diversity and genotype multiplicity of Plasmodium falciparum in Malaysia. Methods Seventy-five P. falciparum isolates were genotyped by using nested-PCR of MSP-1 (block 2) and MSP-2 (block 3). Results MSP-1 and MSP-2 allelic families were identified in 65 blood samples. RO33 was the predominant MSP-1 allelic family identified in 80.0% (52/65) of the samples while K1 family had the least frequency. Of the MSP-2 allelic families, 3D7 showed higher frequency (76.0%) compared to FC27 (20.0%). The multiplicity of P. falciparum infection (MOI) was 1.37 and 1.20 for MSP-1 and MSP-2, respectively. A total of …

Population Genetic Structure of Three Cichlids in‎ Ilorin, North-Central Nigeria

Authors

Oluyinka A Iyiola,Rahmat D Shaibu,Segun O Oladipo,Kazeem O Kareem,Lotanna M Nneji,Adeniyi C Adeola,Moise M Matouke

Journal

The Iraqi Journal of Veterinary Medicine

Published Date

2022/6/28

INTRODUCTION ishing has served as a source of livelihood and protein in many countries of the world (1). The freshwater ecosystem of Nigeria has fish diversity resources of more than 250 species making it lucrative target for fishers (2-5). Kwara state, Nigeria, has several riverine communities with intense fishing activities,

Evaluation of cytogenotoxic potential and embryotoxicity of KRS-Cauvery River water in Zebrafish (Danio rerio)

Authors

Abass Toba Anifowoshe,Debasish Roy,Somit Dutta,Upendra Nongthomba

Journal

Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety

Published Date

2022/3/15

In the Cauvery River (CR), indiscriminate discharge of waste causes unexplained skeletal deformity in some fish species present in the water. To investigate this phenomenon, we analyzed the biological, physical, and chemical parameters present in the water and then evaluated the toxicity effects on the zebrafish (Danio rerio) model. The zebrafish were treated with KRS-CR water samples collected from three stations (fast-flowing water [X], slow-flowing [Y], and stagnant [Z] water), before and after filtration. Firstly, we detected microscopic organisms (MO) such as Cyclops, Daphnia, Spirogyra, Spirochaeta, and total coliform (Escherichia coli), which are bioindicators of water pollution present in the samples. All physicochemical parameters analyzed, including heavy metals before and after filtration of the water with Millipore filter paper (0.45 µm), were within the acceptable limits set by standard organizations, except …

Plankton Composition and Distribution in Some Selected Rivers Within Ilorin, Kwara State, North Central Nigeria

Authors

Abisola Majeed,Habeeb Tajudeen,Olagbile Grace,Aladetohun Damilola,Abia Nseabasi,Adebajo Ruth,Olatunbosun Samuel,Aje Lydia,Azeez Bimpe Suliyat,Abass Toba Anifowoshe

Journal

Manila Journal of Science

Published Date

2022

This study assessed the changes in plankton abundance and physicochemical properties in three different rivers (Agba, Oyun, and Asa) in Ilorin, Kwara State, Nigeria. About 250 mL of water samples collected were collected into properly labeled zooplankton and phytoplankton glass containers and preserved in formalin and Lugol’s iodine solution, respectively, and the physicochemical parameters were all measured. About 61 phytoplankton species from three classes were identified. Bacillariophyceae (diatoms and desmids) were found to be the most abundant class, accounting for 63.93%, followed by Cyanophyceae (22.95%), and finally Chlorophyceae (14.95%). In the Agba, Asa, and Oyun Rivers, a total of 20 zooplankton species were identified. Protozoa accounted for 15% of the zooplankton found in the three rivers, followed by crustacea (50%). The pH of the water was determined to be between 6.40 and 6.80, with a mean temperature of 25.50 C and 26.90 C. Heavy metals like magnesium had the greatest mean values in the Agba, Oyun, and Asa Rivers. Human activities, particularly those related to agriculture, are a key contributor to the problem. This study will give information on river plankton distribution, potential health problems, and river water treatment strategies. However, more studies on monthly sampling and comparison with other rivers within the states will be necessary.

Induction of oxidative stress and DNA damage in two common fish species of rivers and reservoirs in Ilorin, Northcentral, Nigeria

Authors

AT Anifowoshe,SO Oladipo,AN Oyinloye,A Opute,EO Odofin,A Omotola,YM Abdulrahim,KM Akinseye,SI Abdulkareem,OA Iyiola

Journal

Journal of Taibah University for Science

Published Date

2022/12/31

Rivers and reservoirs around the world are becoming dumping sites for liquid and solid wastes which are toxic to the fish. The physicochemical parameters and ecotoxicological potential of fish species in Ilorin's major rivers and reservoirs were investigated. Water and fish samples were collected from five sites: Unilorin Reservoir (A), Apodu Reservoir (B), Asa Reservoir (C), Asa River (Harmony) (D), and Asa River (Unity) (E). Excluding rivers (D and E) with low dissolved oxygen (DO) and a slight increase in lead (Pb), all physicochemical parameters were within the NSDWQ and WHO criteria for drinking water. Fish samples at D and E showed changes in the serum biochemical and haematological profiles and induction of micronuclei (MN), nuclear abnormalities (NA) and DNA single-strand break. Antioxidant enzymes were also increased in the fish. Our findings show that water from D and E can cause …

Extract of Morinda lucida leaf rescues hypoglycaemic and dyslipidaemic conditions in Plasmodium berghei-infected mice

Authors

Adam Olaitan Abdulkareem,Abdulkareem Olarewaju Babamale,Abass Toba Anifowoshe,Olufunke Adenike Opeyemi,Nusirat Oloriegbe,Comfort Adamolekun,Samson Adetula,Adeola Adefoluke Ala

Journal

Bulletin of Natural Sciences Research

Published Date

2022/9/11

Increasing drug resistance is a great threat to malaria control. Therefore, a continuous investigation into alternative therapy to mitigate malaria-associated damages is important. In this study, we investigated the anti-hypoglycaemic and anti-hyperlipidaemic effects of aqueous extract of Morinda lucida leaf in Plasmodium berghei-infected mice. Twenty-five mice were randomly grouped into five: Uninfected, infected-untreated, chloroquine (20 mg/kg, per oral), and extract-treated (400 mg/kg and 800 mg/kg, respectively, per oral) groups. Fasting blood glucose was measured before parasite inoculation and after the last treatment. Blood was collected for lipid profile assay at the end of the 4-day treatment. Our results revealed that both chloroquine and the extract lowered parasite growth (p< 0.05), while chloroquine and 400 mg/kg of the extract improved blood glucose in Plasmodium berghei-infection. More so, all the treated groups showed attenuated Plasmodium berghei-induced dyslipidaemia, with 400 mg/kg of the extract exhibiting better efficacy. Therefore, this study suggests that Morinda lucida leaf extract can be harnessed as a therapeutic regimen for improved malaria treatments and associated complications. Further study is recommended to elucidate the mechanism of anti-hypoglycaemic and anti-hyperlipidaemic activities of the extract and the possible bioactive compound (s) involved.

Cellular stress response, induction of micronuclei and DNA strand breaks in two common fish species of Rivers and Reservoirs in Ilorin, North Central, Nigeria.

Authors

Abass Toba Anifowoshe,Segun Olayinka Oladipo,Arinola N Oyinloye,Augusta Opute,Edward Odofin,Omotola Aiki,Moshood Y Abdulrahim,Kehinde Monica Akinseye,Oluyinka A Iyiola

Published Date

2021/6/24

Most rivers and reservoirs in the world are prone to pollution because of indiscriminate disposal of domestic, agricultural and industrial wastes into the water bodies. In this study, we investigated the ecotoxicological potential this could pose in fish species collected from major reservoirs and rivers in Ilorin, north central, Nigeria. Water samples were collected and the physicochemical parameters were examined from five different sites; Unilorin reservoir, Asa reservoir, Apodu reservoir, Asa river (Unity) and Asa river (Harmony). We determined serum biochemical (AST, ALT, ALP, serum ALB), histopathological (gill, lungs), serum antioxidant enzyme responses (SOD, CAT, GPx, GR, GST) which serves as a biomarker for evaluating oxidative stress while micronucleus and comet assays were used to detect level of DNA damage in Tilapia zillii and Clarias gariepinus. The physicochemical parameters and heavy metal analysed (Pb, Mn, Cu, Ni, N, P, Fe, Cl, and Ca) in the five different water bodies were below the permissible limits of WHO and USEPA except the DO, which was very low in the two rivers, indicating hypoxia. Our results showed significant increase in biochemical and hematological profiles, histopathological lesions in the gill and lungs, inductions of MN, NA and DNA single strand break in Tilapia zillii and Clarias gariepinus collected from Asa rivers compared to the Unilorin, Apodun and Asa reservoirs. This may be attributed to indiscriminate discharge of effluents from nearby industries, agricultural and domestic wastes into the rivers.

Induction of Micronuclei, Cellular Stress Response, and DNA Strand Breakage in Two Common Fish Species From Rivers and Reservoirs in Ilorin, Nigeria.

Authors

Abass Toba Anifowoshe,Segun Olayinka Oladipo,Arinola N Oyinloye,Augusta Opute,Edward Odofin,Omotola Aiki,Moshood Y Abdulrahim,Kehinde Monica Akinseye,Saratu Iyabode Abdulkareem,Oluyinka A Iyiola

Published Date

2021/8/9

Indiscriminate discharge of home, agricultural, and industrial wastes into water bodies, most rivers and reservoirs around the world are becoming polluted. The ecotoxicological potential of this in fish species gathered from important reservoirs and rivers in Ilorin, Nigeria, was explored in this study. Unilorin reservoir, Asa reservoir, Apodu reservoir, Asa river (Unity), and Asa river (Unity) water samples were collected and physicochemical characteristics were investigated at five distinct sites: Unilorin reservoir, Asa reservoir, Apodu reservoir, Asa river (Unity), and Asa river (Unity)(Harmony). In Tilapia zillii and Clarias gariepinus, we measured serum biochemical (AST, ALT, ALP, serum ALB), histopathological (gills, lungs), and serum antioxidant enzyme responses (SOD, CAT, GPx, GR, GST) as a biomarker for oxidative stress, while micronucleus and comet assays were used to detect DNA damage. Except for DO, which was very low in the two rivers, the physicochemical parameters and heavy metals evaluated in the five separate water bodies were within the allowed levels of the NSDWQ and WHO standard for drinking water. In comparison to the Unilorin, Apodu, and Asa reservoirs, a slight increase in Pb was observed across the five sampling sites, which could contribute to increased biochemical and haematological profiles, histopathological lesions in the gill and lungs, inductions of MN, NA, and DNA single strand break in T. zillii and C. gariepinus collected from Asa rivers. This could be due to the indiscriminate dumping of effluents from adjacent industries, agricultural wastes, and household wastes into rivers.

Histological changes, micronuclei induction and nuclear abnormalities in the peripheral erythrocytes of Clarias gariepinus (Burchell 1822) exposed to water sample from Apodu …

Authors

Abass Anifowoshe,Julia Oyebanji,Olayinka Oladipo,Fatai Oyeyemi,Moshood Abdulrahim,Saratu Abdulkareem,Moshood Mustapha

Journal

Journal of Life and Bio Sciences Research

Published Date

2020/4/20

Pollution of water bodies in most developing countries is of grave concern since toxic pollutants interact with the genetic blueprints of aquatic organisms leading to a variety of illnesses. In this study, histological changes in the gills, liver and kidney as well as the genotoxic effect of water sample from Apodu reservoir, were investigated in the peripheral erythrocytes of cultured catfish (Clarias gariepinus) using micronucleus assay. They were exposed to the water sample for a period of 3, 7 and 14 days. The physico-chemical (pH, temperature, transparency) and heavy metals analysed (Ca> Mg> Fe> Zn> Mn> Cu> Ni= Pb= Cd= Cr) were all within the acceptable limit permissible. However, the micronucleus test shows statistically significant (p< 0.05) induction of micronuclei and nuclear abnormalities as compared to the control (borehole water). The histopathological analysis shows some mild alterations in the organs such as distortion and infiltration of lymphocytic cells of the gills. We also reported mild distortion of hepatic tissue of the liver as well as abnormal nephron and glomeruli with congestion and vascular dilation of the kidney. These alterations might be due to anthropogenic activities that pollute the water body. Therefore, the influx of agricultural and domestic waste into the Apodu reservoir should be discouraged as part of remediating efforts.

Evaluation of cytogenotoxic potential of Morinda lucida leaf extract on Swiss albino male mice using two bioassays

Authors

Abass Toba Anifowoshe,Adam Olaitan Abdulkareem,Olufunke Adenike Opeyemi,Ololade Matthew Aina,Damilola Eyiyemi Makanjuola,Joy Ojonugwa Abel,Jubril Olamide Majolagbe,Olarewaju Abdulkareem Babamale

Journal

Journal of Basic and Clinical Physiology and Pharmacology

Published Date

2020/1/28

Background: Utilization of Morinda lucida for the treatment of ailments such as malaria, diarrhea, infertility in women, and dysentery in many countries including Nigeria is on increase due to its efficiency, availability, and affordability. However, its cytogenotoxicity has not been elucidated. This study investigated the phytochemical constituents and possible genotoxic and cytotoxic effects of M. lucida leaf extract in Swiss albino male mice using bone marrow micronucleus and sperm morphology assays. Methods: Plant materials was collected, thoroughly washed, and air-dried at room temperature prior to maceration. The extract was assessed for the presence of the phytochemical compounds. Swiss albino male mice (Mus musculus) (n=4) were treated with different concentrations of this extract (400 mg/kg, 800 mg/kg, and 1200 mg/kg) while distilled water was used as negative control. Results: Phytochemical analysis …

Molecular characterization of Malapterurus minjiriya Sagua, 1987 and phylogenetic relationships within the genus Malapterurus (Silurifomes, Malapteruridae) from …

Authors

Segun O Oladipo,Lotanna M Nneji,Abass T Anifowoshe,Ifeanyi C Nneji

Journal

Journal of Fish Biology

Published Date

2020/12

Molecular (mitochondrial cytochrome C oxidase subunit 1– COI) analysis was performed to characterize the poorly known Malapterurus minjiriya from Nigerian inland water bodies. Integrative taxonomy, involving morphological and molecular data, confirms the identity of M. minjiriya. Matrilineal genealogy reveals a sister relationship of M. minjiriya with Malapterurus electricus and Malapterurus microstoma. The genetic analysis further shows evidence of population divergence within M. electricus and Malapterurus beninensis. The findings of the study highlight the importance of the integration of DNA barcoding in biodiversity documentation of freshwater fish species in Nigeria.

Padrões de diversidade e distribuição da ictiofauna na barragem de hidroelétricas (HEP) de Jebba, Jebba, Nigéria norte-central

Authors

SO Oladipo,LM Nneji,OA Iyiola,IC Nneji,AO Ayoola,KM Adelakun,AT Anifowoshe,AC Adeola,MK Mustapha

Journal

Brazilian Journal of Biology

Published Date

2020/7/20

The ichthyofauna diversity of the Jebba Hydroelectric Power (HEP) Dam, Jebba, North-central Nigeria was studied. Fishes were sampled for 24 months using gill net, hook and line, and cast net. Individuals were identified using morphological and molecular (mitochondrial Cytochrome c Oxidase subunit I) data. A total of 9605 freshwater fishes were recorded during the sampling period. The use of an integrative taxonomic approach enabled the identification of 83 species belonging to 42 genera. Additionally, the study recorded three unidentified species – Ctenopoma sp, Malapterurus sp., and Protopterus sp. Analyses showed that individuals belonging to families Cichlidae and Mochokidae dominated the dam. The diversity analyses revealed relatively high fish diversity during the rainy season at the downstream section of Jebba HEP dam compared to the upstream section. The study, therefore, showed the presence of a diverse fish community comprising high species richness and diversity across the Jebba HEP dam. Finally, we recommend proper biodiversity monitoring and assessment of freshwater fish diversity across Nigeria. In addition, the use of an integrated taxonomic approach is recommended for appropriate species’ identification and studies of freshwater fishes from Nigeria.

Patterns of ichthyofaunal diversity and distribution across Jebba Hydro-Electric Power (HEP) dam, Jebba, north-central Nigeria

Authors

SO Oladipo,LM Nneji,OA Iyiola,IC Nneji,AO Ayoola,KM Adelakun,AT Anifowoshe,AC Adeola,MK Mustapha

Journal

Brazilian Journal of Biology

Published Date

2020/7/20

The ichthyofauna diversity of the Jebba Hydroelectric Power (HEP) Dam, Jebba, North-central Nigeria was studied. Fishes were sampled for 24 months using gill net, hook and line, and cast net. Individuals were identified using morphological and molecular (mitochondrial Cytochrome c Oxidase subunit I) data. A total of 9605 freshwater fishes were recorded during the sampling period. The use of an integrative taxonomic approach enabled the identification of 83 species belonging to 42 genera. Additionally, the study recorded three unidentified species – Ctenopoma sp, Malapterurus sp., and Protopterus sp. Analyses showed that individuals belonging to families Cichlidae and Mochokidae dominated the dam. The diversity analyses revealed relatively high fish diversity during the rainy season at the downstream section of Jebba HEP dam compared to the upstream section. The study, therefore, showed the presence of a diverse fish community comprising high species richness and diversity across the Jebba HEP dam. Finally, we recommend proper biodiversity monitoring and assessment of freshwater fish diversity across Nigeria. In addition, the use of an integrated taxonomic approach is recommended for appropriate species’ identification and studies of freshwater fishes from Nigeria.

Histological and hepatic enzymes response of Oreochromis niloticus and Clarias anguillaris to pollution in Asa river, ilorin

Authors

Segun Olayinka Oladipo,Temidayo Adeniyi,Abass Anifowoshe

Journal

Journal of Life and Bio Sciences Research

Published Date

2020/4/23

Fish can be considered as a good organism for bio-indicator in aquatic habitats as they accumulate contaminant from the water bodies through food. Aquatic ecosystem pollutants response in fishes can lead to biochemical changes and histological alterations. This present the need in assessing ecological and public health effect of toxicity in Asa river on the selected fish samples that are commercially important in the environment. Two stations of Asa river were selected where water and fish were collected for physicochemical parameters of the water, enzymatic and histological investigations in the laboratory in April, 2019. The heavy metals of the water in Unity area of Asa river was higher than that of the standard limit and Asa reservoir. There was an increase in the ALT, AST and ALP biochemical analysis carried out on Oreochromis niloticus and Clarias anguillaris with reduction in total protein level in Unity station. The histopathology of the gills of both Clarias anguillaris and Oreochromis niloticus found in Unity station of Asa river revealed thinner and loner secondary lamella in degenerating secondary lamella and mildly distorted cartilage with epithelial lining in Clarias anguillaris. Hence, proper management of the river is necessary to restore the ecology and make the water fit for use.

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Antibiotic alters host’s gut microbiota, fertility, and antimicrobial peptide gene expression vis-à-vis ampicillin treatment on model organism Drosophila melanogaster

The association of cysteine to thiomersal attenuates its apoptosis-mediated cytotoxicity in zebrafish

Genetic diversity of Plasmodium falciparum isolates in Nigeria. A review

Population Genetic Structure of Three Cichlids in‎ Ilorin, North-Central Nigeria

Evaluation of cytogenotoxic potential and embryotoxicity of KRS-Cauvery River water in Zebrafish (Danio rerio)

Plankton Composition and Distribution in Some Selected Rivers Within Ilorin, Kwara State, North Central Nigeria

Induction of oxidative stress and DNA damage in two common fish species of rivers and reservoirs in Ilorin, Northcentral, Nigeria

Extract of Morinda lucida leaf rescues hypoglycaemic and dyslipidaemic conditions in Plasmodium berghei-infected mice

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are the top articles of Abass Toba Anifowoshe at University of Ilorin.

What are Abass Toba Anifowoshe's research interests?

The research interests of Abass Toba Anifowoshe are: Aquatic toxicology, Microplastics, Developmental Biology and Genetics, Population Genetics, Zebrafish

What is Abass Toba Anifowoshe's total number of citations?

Abass Toba Anifowoshe has 340 citations in total.

What are the co-authors of Abass Toba Anifowoshe?

The co-authors of Abass Toba Anifowoshe are Chibuisi G Alimba, UADE SAMUEL UGBOMOIKO, Moshood Keke Mustapha, Dr. Oluyinka Ajibola, IYIOLA, Dr. Oluyinka Ajibola, IYIOLA, OLUBUKOLA OWOLODUN.

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    Chibuisi G Alimba

    Chibuisi G Alimba

    University of Ibadan

    H-index: 20
    UADE SAMUEL UGBOMOIKO

    UADE SAMUEL UGBOMOIKO

    University of Ilorin

    H-index: 18
    Moshood Keke Mustapha

    Moshood Keke Mustapha

    University of Ilorin

    H-index: 10
    Dr. Oluyinka Ajibola, IYIOLA

    Dr. Oluyinka Ajibola, IYIOLA

    University of Ilorin

    H-index: 9
    Dr. Oluyinka Ajibola,  IYIOLA

    Dr. Oluyinka Ajibola, IYIOLA

    University of Ilorin

    H-index: 5
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    OLUBUKOLA OWOLODUN

    University of Ilorin

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