Mary Asugu Mbahi
Mary Asugu Mbahi
Looking for a PhD position in Environmental microbiology, Biotechnology or public health
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Urinary tract infections persist as recurring maladies in human health, triggered by diverse bacterial species. The rise of antibiotic resistance necessitates novel therapeutic agents. This investigation delves into the experimental and theoretical exploration of three compounds—Methyl ganoderate B (A1), 12-acetoxy-15-hydroxy-3,7,11,23-tetraoxolano...
Background and Objective: The germination and growth rate of maze is a key factor that reguates cultivated crop productivity. The study examined the germination and seedling growth rate of maize on four different media. Materials and Methods: The study was carried out in the Department of Boogical Science, at Federal University, Gashua, Nigeria. Fo...
Groundnut paste is frequently associated with food-borne illness due to contamination traceable to food handlers, processing materials as well as environmental conditions and this therefore necessitated the microbiological quality examination of groundnut paste. The percentage occurrence of bacteria isolates and moisture content were determined usi...
Three Sorghum bicolor [L] Moench and two Sorghum vulgare varieties were steeped for 20 h at 30 ℃ and germinated for 2 to 6 d. The varieties differed in 1000-grain weight, germination energy, germination capacity, water sensitivity, nitrogen, protein, tannin and moisture contents. Sprouts length increased with germination days and varied with sorghu...
Peptic ulcer disease is one of the most prevalent gastrointestinal disorders causing tremendous human suffering worldwide. The present study was designed to evaluate the antiulcerogenic activity of the methanol and solvent stem bark fractions (hexane, ethyl acetate and butanol) and elucidate their possible antiulcerogenic mechanisms. The antiulcero...
The methanol pulp extract of Ziziphus mauritiana was investigated for the presence of bioactive substances and antibacterial activity against Escherichia coli, Staphyloccus aureus, Salmonela typhi and Bacillus subtilis using the agar diffusion method. The result of phytochemical test indicated that tannins, flavonoids, saponin, cyanogenic glycoside...