Mrs. Shefiat  O. Arekemase

Mrs. Shefiat O. Arekemase

Senior Research Officer
National Research Institute For Chemical Technology, Nigeria


Highest Degree
M.Sc. Student in Biochemistry from Adekunle Ajasin University, Nigeria

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Area of Interest:

Biomedical Sciences
100%
Biochemistry
62%
Organic Chemistry
90%
Molecualar Biology
75%
Biochemical
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Abdulwaliyu, I., O.O. Idowu, S.O. Arekemase, M.L. Batari, O.L. Nkeonye and B.O. Odjobo, 2018. The nutritional potential of Senna alata seed. Int. Food Res. J., 25: 2628-2633.

  2. Abdulwaliyu, I., S.O. Arekemase, M.L. Batari, A.I. Madugu and O.O. Idowu et al., 2017. Beneficial role of ascorbic acid against lead toxicity-a mini review. Sch. J. Applied Med. Sci., 6: 2717-2729.

  3. Abdulwaliyu, I., S.O. Arekemase, M. Musa and K. Jayakumar, 2016. Magnesium supplementation effect on aluminum induced lipid peroxidation in the brain of albino rats. Int. J. Mod. Biochem., 5: 1-6.

  4. Abdulwaliyu, I., S.O. Arekemase, K.J. Shittu and O. Aribido, 2015. Comparative phytochemical constituents and antimicrobial attribute of the young and the mature leaves of Moringa oleifera. Eur. J. Pharm. Med. Res., 3: 72-75.

  5. Arekemase, S.O., I. Abdulwaliyu and M. Musa, 2014. Some organic contents of Sesbania sesban seed oil. Int. J. Food Nutr. Safety, 5: 115-122.

  6. Arekemase, S.O., I. Abdulwaliyu, M.A. Dakare, S. Bala, A.S. Ibraheem and O.L. Nkeonye, 2013. Quantitative evaluation of the nutritional constituents of sesbania sesban seeds and pods. Int. J. Med. Plant Anim. Sci., 1: 16-27.

  7. Abdulwaliyu, I., S.O. Arekemase, S. Bala, A.S. Ibraheem, A.M. Dakare, R. Sangodare and M. Gero, 2013. Nutritional properties of senna alata linn leaf and flower. Int. J. Mod. Biol. Med., 4: 1-11.