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Modinah A.O. Abdul Raheem, Faoziyat A. Sulaiman, Halimat A. Abdulrahim, Olatunde Ahmed, Kamil O. Yusuf, Abdulrahman A. Mukadam, Latifat O. Ganiyu, Lateef A. Kamilu, Khadijat B. Oladepo, Grace O. Alimi, Daniel Afolayan and Taiwo Odeniran

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Oladipupo R. Akolade, Alaribe S. Chinwe, Balogun T. Olalekan, Akere T. Halima, Ayanda A. Fatima, Toye T. Emuejevoke and Coke A.B. Herbert

, M., Toure, A., Ouattara, K. and Coulibaly, A., 2015. Phytochemical Composition, Antioxidant and Antibacterial Activities of Root of Uvaria chamae P. Beauv. (Annonaceae) used in Treatment of Dysentery in North of Côte d’Ivoire. Int. J. Pharmacog. Phytochem. Res ., 7 (6), 1047-1053 Moses, O.S., Olowu, R.A., Noura S.D. and William, N.S., 2013. 1-Nitro- 2-phenylethane dominates the chemical composition of the leaf essential oil of Uvaria chamae from Badagry, Nigeria. Am. J. Essential Oils Nat. Prod ., 1 (1), 48-50 OECD, 2008. Guidelines for the

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Anthony M. Ugbenyen, John J. Simonis and Albertus K. Basson

., Chalkiadakis, E., Fauchon, M., Deslandes, E., Kerjean, V., Chanteau, S., Petit, E., Guezennec, J., and Dupont-Rouzeyrol, M., 2013. Isolation and partial characterization fbacteria ( Pseudoalteromonas sp.) with potential antibacterial activity from a marine costal environment from New Caledonia. Lett. Appl. Microbiol ., 58 , 102-108. Fenical, W., 1993. Chemical studies of marine bacteria: developing a new resource. Chem. Rev . 93 , 1673–1683. Fenical, W., Baden, D., Burg, M., de Goyet, C.V., Grimes, J.D., Katz, M., Marcus, N.H., Pomponi, S., Rhines, P

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Kome Otokunefor, Victor Ogechi Osogho and Chijindu Precious Nwankwo

-lactamase Producing Staphylococci from Wounds and Burns Patients. Pak J Biol Sci., 17(1), 130-133. Orhue, P.O., Okoebor, F.O., and Momoh, M.A., 2017. Pre and Post Plasmid Curing Effect on Pseudomonas aeruginosa Susceptibility to Antibiotics. Am J Curr Microb., 5(1), 33-41. Otokunefor, K., Agbude, P., and Otokunefor, T.V., 2018. Non-Clinical Isolates as Potential Reservoirs of Antibiotic Resistance in Port Harcourt, Nigeria. Pan Afr Med J., 30, 167. Rains, C.P., Bryson, H.M., and Peters, D.H., 1995. Ceftazidime. An update of its antibacterial activity

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Mayyada Farhan Darwees

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