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Original Research Article Basic Medicine
Isolation and Characterization of Oil Obtained from Leucaena leucocephala (Lam.) De Wit

Jaya B Puri; AbdulBasit M.A. Shaikh; Umesh Pravin Dhuldhaj

Volume 4, Issue 2 , April 2024, Pages 57-65


  In the present study, we have collected the leucocephala seeds which are seasonal and having good amount of oil content. The oil seeds can be used as the one of the adulterant for the coffee. The whole plant having importance for human being, it could be as the food or furniture. The immature seeds, ...  Read More

Original Research Article Basic Medicine
Investigating the Effect of Diabetes on the Incidence of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Mohammad Irajian; Seyed Hamed Ghaffari

Volume 4, Issue 2 , April 2024, Pages 66-75


  Introduction: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) has garnered attention in previous research for its potential association with diabetes mellitus. It has been suggested that CTS may occur more frequently in individuals with diabetes, and this connection might be influenced by factors such as the duration of ...  Read More

Original Research Article Chemistry
Evaluation of the Potential Health Effects Resulting from Radon Exposure via Groundwater in Keffi, Nigeria

Blessing Ifeyinwa Tabugbo; Rilwan Usman; Mikaila Abdullahi; Jackso Karniliyus

Volume 4, Issue 2 , April 2024, Pages 76-87


  In Nasarawa State, groundwater is the most often used source of fresh water for daily consumption, but its quality still remains a serious concern due to rising concentrations of radon resulting from activities of mining. This study evaluated the potential pose resulting from radon exposure via groundwater ...  Read More

Review Article Basic Medicine
Integration of Artificial Intelligence in Nanomedicine

Merit Oluchi Ori; Francis-Dominic Makong Ekpan; Humphrey Sam Samuel; Odii Peter Egwuatu

Volume 4, Issue 2 , April 2024, Pages 88-104


  The integration of artificial intelligence (AI) and nanotechnology has revolutionized the field of nanomedicine. AI’s large-scale data processing and pattern recognition capabilities can enhance the design of nanotechnologies for diagnosis and therapy. This integration can address challenges in ...  Read More

Original Research Article Chemistry
Adsorption Monitoring of Triflouroaceticacid, Pentadecyl Ester and Pentadecanoic Acid, 14-Methyl-, Methyl Ester on Fe (110): using DFT and Molecular Simulation

Abdullahi Muhammad Ayuba; Thomas Aondofa Nyijime; Safiyya Abubakar Minjibir; Fater Iorhuna

Volume 4, Issue 2 , April 2024, Pages 105-116


  Quantum functions were used to assess a theoretical investigation on mild steel's resistance to corrosion. To determine the stable geometry of the investigated compounds, TPE and PME, local density function B3LYP was optimized and simulated using DFT under restricted spin polarization DNP basis. The ...  Read More

Review Article Chemistry
Revisiting on Applications of Industrial Filters in Enhancing Polymer Product Quality and Performance

Merit Oluchi Ori; Edet Patience Ime; Francis-dominic Makong Ekpan; Humphrey Sam Samuel; Odii Peter Egwuatu; Ede Joseph Ajor

Volume 4, Issue 2 , April 2024, Pages 116-132


  Industrial filters are important components in the manufacturing and processing of polymer products. They are used to remove impurities, contaminants, and foreign particles from polymer materials, ensuring high-quality and consistent products. The polymer industry, which is at the centre of contemporary ...  Read More

Review Article Chemistry
Unleashing the Potential of Machine Learning in Chalcogen Bonding Research

Humphrey Sam Samuel; Ugo Nweke-Maraizu; Emmanuel Edet Etim Etim

Volume 4, Issue 2 , April 2024, Pages 133-164


  Chalcogen bonding, a non-covalent interaction involving chalcogen atoms (e.g., sulfur, selenium, and tellurium), plays a crucial role in various chemical and biological processes. Understanding and characterizing chalcogen bonding interactions are essential for designing novel materials, medications, ...  Read More