Inability of Legumes to Reverse Diabetic-Induced Nephropathy in Rats Despite Improvement in Blood Glucose and Antioxidant Status
Diabetes mellitus has assumed epidemic proportions in most parts of the world, including developing countries, with vascular and renal complications being the major causes of death. Evidence is emerging that legumes play a beneficial role in diabetes and its associated complications. In connection with the above, four groups of alloxan-induced diabetic rats were fed on four different...
Solomon Oladapo Rotimi, Ibiyemi Olayiwola, Oladipo Ademuyiwa, and Ishola Adamson
Rotimi Solomon » Dr. Solomon Rotimi’s research now focuses on understanding the contributions of genomic and environmental factors, including pathogens, to cancer disparity in Blacks. He is studying these interactions using a cocktail of genomics, molecular, and bioinformatics tools. He completed a year Senior Fulbright Visiting Scholar fellowship at the Department of Translational Genomics, Keck School of... view full profile
Computational and experimental analysis identified 6-diazo-5-oxonorleucine as a potential agent for treating infection by Plasmodium falciparum
Investigation of Angiostensin-converting enzyme inhibitory potential and allergenicity of Sesamum indicum Linn seed proteins by an in silico approach
Erythrocyte acetylcholinesterase activity as a surrogate indicator of lead-induced neurotoxicity in occupational lead exposure in Abeokuta, Nigeria