Academic qualifications and Trainings
MSc in Veterinary Medicine, University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine, Romania
PhD in Zoology, University of Ghana
Laboratory Animal Science - University of Tokyo, Japan
Management of Laboratory Animal Barrier Facilities - National Institute of Infectious Diseases, Japan
Management of Institutional Animal Care and Use Committees - Yale School of Medicine, USA
Professional Memberships and Affiliations
University Teachers Association of Ghana
Ghana Veterinary Medical Association
Women in Science and Technology
Co-chair, English-Speaking Africa (ESA) Regional Committee of the International Council for Laboratory Animal Science (ICLAS)
WHO/TDR Network of Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) Trainers for the Africa Region
The Association for African Medicinal Plant Standards (AAMPS)
W.H.O Buruli Ulcer Pathogenesis Sub-Working Group
ACURET – Animal Care and Use for Research, Education and Testing in Developing Countries
Areas of Specialization / Research Interests
I. Within the ambit of Laboratory Animal Medicine:
- Production of conventional and gnotobiotic laboratory animals (mice, rats, hamsters, guinea pigs, rabbits, grasscutters, sheep, goats, poultry and non-human primates) for research, teaching, testing and diagnostic purposes.
- Genetic and Microbiological characterization of conventional and gnotobiotic laboratory animals
- Design and Management of animal facilities - conventional and barrier. Designed the Noguchi Animal Facility and subsequently managed it after construction.
- Environmental and Microbiological monitoring of animal facilities - conventional and barrier.
- Comparative Medicine – development of animal models as surrogates for investigating infectious and non-infectious human diseases. With emphasis on elucidation of the mode of transmission of infectious diseases; the pathology and treatment of infectious and non-infectious diseases.
- Mycobacterium ulcerans infection (Buruli ulcer - BU) – development of BU animal models; elucidation of the transmission, pathology and treatment of the disease.
- Small Animal Conservation - domestication of small mammals and their subsequent establishment as microlivestock, general purpose laboratory animals and animal models of human diseases. Elucidation of their husbandry preferences; delineation of their reproductive biology, and characterization of their normal flora and pathogens.
II. Drug research and Development – assessment of the quality, toxicity (in-vivo) and efficacy (in-vitro and in-vivo) of medicinal plants, medicinal plant products, nanomedicines, pharmaceuticals, disinfectants and antiseptics.
III. Veterinary and Medical Microbiology Research – delineation of microbes (normal flora/pathogens) associated with domestic and wild animals, human tissues, animal feed and water, and food and water for human consumption.
IV. One Health Training and Research – Advocacy and operationalization of the one health concept through post graduate training and research (MPhil & PhD) in Ghana and East Africa; establishment of one health consortia, facilitation of one health workshops in Ghana for all the ECOWAS countries; on-site semi-operationalization of one health in Liberia and Cape Verde.
V. Establishment and operation of Institutional Animal Care and Use Committees (IACUC) – established and managed the first IACUC of the University of Ghana.
VI. University Courses Taught at UG:
- Microbiology & Immunology,
- Animal Health,
- Animal Experimentation and
- Laboratory Animal Medicine.
VI. Other trainings (Ghana and Abroad):
- Laboratory Animal Science and Technology
- Good Laboratory Practice
- Practical Microbiology
- Domestication of the grasscutter
- Operationalization of One Health
- Animal Experimentation – every type
- Development of Animal models; especially for infectious diseases
- Drug research and discovery; especially herbal medicines
- One Health research; especially when broadly multidisciplinary
- Animal domestication; especially for use as micro livestock or laboratory animal
Grants / Honours/ Awards
- Study: Establishment and Characterization of Specific Pathogen Free Animals and Barrier Facilities
Role: Principal Investigator (PI)
Source of Funding: Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)
Year: 2000 – 2005 Amount: US$350,000.00
- Study: Establishment and Characterization of Grasscutters as Laboratory Animals
Source of Funding: Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)
Year: 2000 – 2005 Amount: US$30,000.00
- Study: Preparation and In Vitro Testing of Goat Anti-Serum to Human Immunodeficiency Virus Types 1 And 2
Source of Funding: Prof. Gary Davis/Grace Eureka Biomedical and Research Products
Year: 2004-2005 Amount: GH¢8,800.00
- Study: Identification of Manufacturing and Storage Practices that Affect the Quality of Herbal Preparations
Source of Funding: Ghanaian-Dutch Collaboration for Health Research and Development
Year: 2008 Amount: GH¢13,468.00
- Study: Buruli Ulcer -Transmission, Pathogenesis, Therapy & Animal Modelling
Role: PI & Co-PI
Source of Funding: WHO, NMIMR, VLIR UOS (University Development Cooperation of Belgium)
Year: 2008 - 2011 Amount: US$40,000.00 & €304,000.00
- Study: Development of an Herbal-Based Anti-Malarial Medicine
Source of Funding: Ghana Government
Year: 2008 - 2015 Amount: $1,000,000.00
- Study: Grasscutter Farming, A Strategy for Environmental Conservation, Protein and Livelihood Security
Source of Funding: Development Partnerships in Higher Education (DelPHE) programme
Year: 2006 - 2009 Amount: £180,000.00
- Study: Adding Value to Locally Produced Herbal Medicines through Inter Academia and Industry Collaboration
Source of Funding: British Council, Ghana – Africa Knowledge Transfer Partnership Programme
Year: 2008 - 2011 Amount: GHC350, 000.00
- Study: One Health National Networks for Enhanced Research in Infectious Diseases
Role: Co-PI & National Coordinator for Ghana
Source of Funding: African, Caribbean and Pacific, Group of States ACP Science and Technology Programme
Year: 2010 - 2013 Amount: €1,000,000.00
- Study: INTRA-ACP Academic Mobility Scheme
Role: Co-PI & Coordinator for West Africa
Source of Funding: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Agency of EU
Year: 2013 - 2018 Amount: €2,000,000.00
- Study: Acanthamoeba Species as a Natural Vector for the Transmission of Buruli Ulcer: Proof of Principle
Source of Funding: Office of Research, Innovation and Development (ORID), University of Ghana Grant #ILG/7/021
Year: 2014 - 2016 Amount: GH¢24,991.00
- Study: In-Vivo Evaluation of a novel compound for the treatment of Buruli ulcer
Source of Funding: V-BIOTEK Holding APS - Denmark
Year: 2014 Amount: €9,648.78
- Study: Validation of mycolactone detection for the early diagnosis of BU and the prediction of clinical response to treatment (2015 – 2018)– testing the principle in animal models (2015)
Source of Funding: FIND (Foundation for Innovative New Diagnostics) & WHO
Year: 2015 - 2018 Amount: $100,000.00
- Study: Establishment of a Sickle Cell Centre of Excellence in Ghana 2017-2022
Source of Funding: NIH
Year: 2017-2022 Amount: $5,000,000.00
1st Time Beneficiary of Japan International Cooperation Agency Fellowship
2nd Time Beneficiary of Japan International Cooperation Agency Fellowship
Beneficiary of Yale School of Medicine Research Fellowship
1st Time Beneficiary of Tianjin University of Traditional Chinese Medicine Travel Grant for collaborative meeting
2nd Time Beneficiary of Tianjin University of Traditional Chinese Medicine Travel Grant for collaborative meeting
- N. Ankrah, M.M. Addae, P.G.A. Addo, F.A. Ekuban. Studies into the effect of Khaya senegalensis on human red blood cells in vitro and rat red blood cells in vivo. Noguchi Bulletin Vol. 4 # 2 pp. 1-7 (1991)
- Marian E. Addy, Phyllis Addo, A.K. Nyarko. Indigofera arrecta prevents the development of hyperglycemia in the db/db mouse. Phytotherapy Research, 6, 25-28 (1992)
- N. Ankrah, P.G.A. Addo, C.A. Abrahams, F.A. Ekuban, M.M. Addae. Comparative effects of aflatoxin B and G within human exposure limits on mouse liver and kidney. West Africa Journal of Med. Vol. 12. pp.105-109 (1993)
- Nii-Ayi Ankrah, Archibald Sittie, Phyllis G.A. Addo and Frederick A. Ekuban. Enhanced depletion of glutathione and increased liver oxidative damage in aflatoxin fed mice infected with malaria parasites (Plasmodium berghei). Trans. Roy. Soc. Trop. Med. Hyg. 89,59-61 (1995)
- Asibey E. O. A and P. G. Addo. The grasscutter, a promising animal for meat production. In: African perspectives: Practices and Policies Supporting Sustainable Development. Turnham D (Ed.) Scandinavian Seminar College, Denmark & Weaver Press, Harare, Zimbabwe. ISBN 0 7974 2031 2. ix+127pp (2000).
- P. G. Addo. Establishment of the grasscutter as a laboratory animal. Practices and Policies Supporting Sustainable Development. Turnham D (Ed.) Scandinavian Seminar College, Denmark & Weaver Press, Harare, Zimbabwe. ISBN 0 7974 2031 2. ix+127pp (2000).
- Phyllis Addo. Guidelines for Laboratory Animal Producers and Users; Vol. 1 pp45 (2001)
- Phyllis Addo, Alfred Dodoo, Samuel Adjei, Bawa Awumbila, Ebenezer Awotwi. Determination of the ovulatory mechanism of the grasscutter (Thryonomys swinderianus) Animal Reproduction Science. 71/1-2 pp. 125-137. (2002).
- Phyllis Addo. Detection of mating, pregnancy and imminent parturition in the grasscutter (Thryonomys swinderianus) Livestock Research for Rural Development Vol 14(4). (2002).
- Phyllis Addo, Alfred Dodoo, Samuel Adjei, Bawa Awumbila. Optimal duration of male-female exposure to achieve pregnancy in the grasscutter (Thryonomys swinderianus). Livestock Research for Rural Development Vol 15 (1). http://www.cipav.org.co/lrrd/lrrd15/1/addo151.htm (2003).
- Alexander K. Nyarko, Henry Asare-Anane, Mark Ofosuhene, Marian E. Addy, Kwesi Teye, Phyllis Addo. Aqueous extract of Ocium canum decreases levels of fasting blood glucose and free radicals and increases antiatherogenic lipid levels in mice. Vascular Pharmacology. 39, 273-279. (2003)
- Nii-Ayi Ankrah, Alexander K. Nyarko, Phyllis G. A. Addo, Mark Ofosuhene, Comfort Dzokoto, Ethel Marley, Michael M. Addae and Frederick Ekuban. Evaluation of safety and efficacy of a herbal medicine used for the treatment of malaria. Phytotherapy Research, 17, 697-701. (2003)
- Nyarko, A.K., Okine, L.K.N., Wedzi, R.K., Addo, P.A., Ofosuhene, M. Sub-chronic toxicity studies of the anti-diabetic herbal preparation add-199 in the rat: absence of organ Toxicity and modulation of cytochrome P450 J Ethnopharmacol. 97(1):319-325. (2005)
- P. Addo, E. Owusu, B. Adu-Addai, M. Quartey, M. Abbas, A. Dodoo, D. Ofori-Adjei. Findings from A Buruli Ulcer Mouse Model Study. Ghana Medical Journal Vol. 20 No 3, 55-63. (2005)
- Addo PG, Quartey MO, Caesar OY, Abbas M, Awumbila B. Parasitological status of wild and domesticated grasscutters and implications for their handling, management and consumption. In Proceedings of the International Forum on Grasscutter pp116-117. (2006)
- Addo P G, Awumbila B, Awotwi E and Ankrah N-A. Reproductive characteristics of the female grasscutter (Thryonomys swinderianus) and formulation of colony breeding strategies. Livestock Research for Rural Development. Volume 19(4). (2007)
- Addo P G, Awumbila B, Awotwi E and Ankrah N-A. Comparative characterization of the oestrous cycles of the grasscutter (Thryonomys swinderianus) and the guinea pig (Cavia porcellus) by the hystricomorph vaginal membrane perforation phenomenon. Livestock Research for Rural Development. Volume 19(5) (2007)
- Phyllis Addo, Benjamin Adu-Addai, Maxwell Quartey, Mona Abbas, Ishmael Okang, Enid Owusu, David Ofori-Adjei, & Bawa Awumbila. Clinical and Histopathological Presentation of Buruli ulcer in experimentally infected Grasscutters ((Thryonomys swinderianus): The Internet Journal of Tropical Medicine Vol. 3 No 2. (2007)
- P. Addo, B. Adu-Addai, M. Abbas, M. Quartey, E. Owusu, I. Okang, A. Dodoo, D. De Souza, N-A. Ankrah, D. Ofori-Adjei. In-Vitro Susceptibility of Mycobacterium ulcerans to Herbal Preparations, The Internet Journal of Tropical Medicine Vol. 4 No 2. (2008)
- Nartey ET, Addo PG, Ofosuhene M, Okine LK, Nyarko AK: The effect of Cassia sieberiana root bark extract on various experimental gastric ulcer models in rats. J Phytomed Ther (2009), 14:53-59.
- Koen Vandelannoote, Lies Durnez, Diana Amissah, Sophie Gryseels, Alfred Dodoo, Shirley Yeboah, Phyllis Addo, Miriam Eddyani, Herwig Leirs, Anthony Ablordey, and Françoise Portaels. Application of real-time PCR in Ghana, a Buruli ulcer-endemic country, confirms the presence of Mycobacterium ulcerans in the environment. FEMS Microbiol Lett. (2010) March; 304(2): 191–194. Published online 2010 January 18. doi: 10.1111/j.1574-6968.2010.01902.x.
- Asare, GA., Sittie A., Bugyei K., Gyan BA., Adjei S, Addo P, Wiredu EK, Nyarko AK., Otu-Nyarko LS, and Adjei DN Acute toxicity studies of Croton membranaceus root extract. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, (2011) 134, (3) p 938-943
- Asare, GA., Addo P, Bugyei K., Gyan BA., Adjei S, Wiredu EK, Otu-Nyarko LS, Nyarko AK., Acute toxicity studies of aqueous leaf extract of Phyllanthus niruri. Interdiscip. Toxicol. (2011); Vol. 4(4): 206–210
- Phyllis Addo and Samuel Adjei. Noguchi Institute Animal Care & Use Committee (Niacuc) Policy Document pp45 (2011) . Committee for the
- Dziedzom K de Souza, Charles Quaye, Lydia Mosi, Phyllis Addo and Daniel A Boakye. A quick and cost effective method for the diagnosis of Mycobacterium ulcerans infection. BMC Infectious Diseases (2012), 12:8
- George Awuku Asare, Ben Gyan, Kwasi Bugyei, Samuel Adjei, Razak Mahamaa, Phyllis Addo, Lydia Otu-Nyarkoa, Edwin Kwame Wiredua, Alexander Nyarko. Toxicity potentials of the nutraceutical Moringa oleifera at supra-supplementation levels. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 139 (2012) 265– 272
- G.A. Asare, K. Bugyei, A. Sittie, E.S. Yahaya, B. Gyan, S. Adjei, P. Addo, E.K. Wiredu, D.N. Adjei and A.K. Nyarko. Genotoxicity, cytotoxicity and toxicological evaluation of whole plant extracts of the medicinal plant Phyllanthus niruri (Phyllanthaceae). Genetics and Molecular Research 11 (1): 100-111 (2012)
- Yaro M., Addo P and Barnes A. R. Effect of sex and age on normal microfloral population dynamics of gastrointestinal tract in grasscutters (Thryonomys swinderianus). J Phys Pharm Adv (2012), 2(4): 184-194
- Benjamin Adu-Addai; John Kaneene; Phyllis Addo; Nii Koney; Charles Mackenzie; Dalen Agnew. Importance of infectious bovine reproductive diseases: an example from Ghana. Journal of the British Veterinary Association. Veterinary Record vetrec-2012-100789Published Online First: 15 June (2012) doi:10.1136/vr.100789
- N.A. Adamafio, P. Addo, K. Osei-Boadi and R. Janha (2012) Potash pretreatment enhances carbohydrate biodegradability and feed potential of groundnut (Arachis hypogea) shell meal. J. Applied Sci. 12: 1408-1412.
- Phyllis Addo and Samuel Adjei. Guidelines for Operating the Noguchi Institute Animal Care and Use Committee pp26 (2012)
- Afriyie DK, Asare GA, Bugyei K, Asiedu-Gyekye I, Gyan BA, Adjei S, Addo P, Sittie A, Nyarko AK. Anti-atherogenic and anti-ischemic potentials of Croton membranaceus observed during sub-chronic toxicity studies. Phcog Res [serial online] 5:10-16 (2013)
- George Awuku Asare, Kwasi Bugyei, Irene Fiawoyi, Isaac Julius Asiedu-Gyekye, Ben Gyan, Samuel Adjei, Phyllis Addo, Lydia Otu-Nyarko, Alexander Nyarko. Male rat hormone imbalance, testicular changes and toxicity associated with aqueous leaf extract of an antimalarial plant: Phyllanthus niruri. Pharmaceutical Biology (impact factor: 0.88). 04/2013; DOI:10.3109/13880209.2013.764325 (2013)
- Emmanuel O. Kombat, Francis K. E. Nunoo, Joseph A. Ampofo and Phyllis G. A. Addo. Effects of environmental conditions on the microbiological quality of two small marine pelagic fishes landed in Accra and Tema, Ghana. Archives of Applied Science Research, (2013), 5 (2):180-188 (http://scholarsresearchlibrary.com/archive.html)
- N. Kuntworbe, M. Ofori, P. Addo, M. Tingle, R. Al-Kassas. Pharmacokinetics and in vivo chemosuppressive activity studies on cryptolepine hydrochloride and cryptolepine hydrochloride-loaded gelatine nanoformulation designed for parenteral administration for the treatment of malaria. Acta Tropica Volume 127, Issue 3, September (2013), 165–173
- Antwi Daniel A., Asiedu-Gyekye Isaac J., Awortwe Charles, Adjei Samuel, Addo Phyllis, A Single Oral High Dose Toxicity Study of Kalanchoe Integra var. crenata (Andr.) Cuf Leaf Extract In ICR Mice: Histopathological and Biochemical changes. Int. J. Med. Pharm. Sc. 3 (9) (2013)
- Dougnon T.V., Bankolé H.S., Edorh A.P., Klotoé JR, Fah L., Koudokpon H., Dougnon T.J., Addo P., Loko F., Boko M. Treatment of hypercholesterolemia: screening of Solanum macrocarpon Linn. (Solanaceae) as a medicinal plant in Benin. Avicenna J Phytomed, (2014).
- S. Adjei, P. Amoateng, D. Osei-Safo, B. Ahedor, B.B. N’guessan, P. Addo and I.J. Asiedu-Gyekye. Biochemical and haematological changes following an acute toxicity study of a hydro-ethanolic whole plant extract of Synedrella nodiflo-ra (L) Gaertn in male Sprague-Dawley rats. Journal of Medical and Biomedical Sciences (2014) 3(1): 31-37
- Samuel Adjei, Patrick Amoateng, Dorcas Osei-Safo, Clement Sasu, Benoit Banga N'guessan, Phyllis Addo, Julius Isaac Asiedu-Gyekye. Sub-Acute Toxicity of a Hydro-Ethanolic Whole Plant Extract of Synedrella Nodiflora (L) Gaertn in Rats. IJGP (2014) 8 (4): 271--275
- Emmanuel Orman, Phyllis Addo, Michael Fokuo Ofori and Reimmel Kwame Adosraku. Investigating the In-vivo Antiplasmodial Properties of Aqueous Extract of Moringa oleifera Lam (Moringaceae) Leaves. British Journal of Pharmaceutical Research 5(6): 419-430, 2015
- Patrick Valere Tsouh Fokou, Phyllis Addo, Dorothy Yeboah-Manu, Fabrice Fekam Boyom. Methods used in preclinical assessment of anti-Buruli ulcer agents: a global perspective. Journal of Pharmacological and Toxicological Methods (2015), pp. 27-33 DOI information: 10.1016/j.vascn.2015.03.001
- Tsouh Fokou PV, Nyarko AK, Appiah-Opong R, Tchokouaha Yamthe LR, Addo P, Asante IK, Boyom FF. Ethnopharmacological reports on anti-Buruli ulcer medicinal plants in three West African countries. J Ethnopharmacol. 2015 22;172:297-311. doi: 10.1016/j.jep.2015.06.024.
- Joseph Mwanzia Nguta , Regina Appiah-Opong, Alexander K. Nyarko, Dorothy Yeboah-Manu, Phyllis G.A. Addo. Current perspectives in drug discovery against tuberculosis from natural products. International Journal of Mycobacteriology 4 (2 0 1 5 ) 1 6 5 –1 8 3
- M. Nguta, R. Appiah-Opong, A. K. Nyarko, D. Yeboah-Manu, P.G.A. Addo. (2015) Medicinal plants used to treat TB in Ghana. International Journal of Mycobacteriology, Doi.org/10.1016/j.ijmyco.2015.02.003
- Patrick Valere Tsouh Fokou, Abena Adomah Kissi-Twum, Dorothy Yeboah-Manu, Regina Appiah-Opong, Phyllis Addo, Lauve Rachel Tchokouaha Yamthe, Alvine Ngoutane Mfopa, Fabrice Fekam Boyom and Alexander Kwadwo Nyarko. In Vitro Activity of Selected West African Medicinal Plants against Mycobacterium ulcerans Disease. Molecules 2016, 21(4), 445; doi:10.3390/molecules21040445
- Patrick Valere Tsouh Fokou, Abena Adomah Kissi-Twum, Dorothy Yeboah-Manu, Regina Appiah-Opong, Phyllis Addo, Lauve Rachel Tchokouaha Yamthe, Alvine Ngoutane Mfopa, Fabrice Fekam Boyom, Alexander Kwadwo Nyarko. Antimycobacterial ingredients from plants used in traditional medicine to treat Buruli ulcer. International Journal of Mycobacteriology, Volume 5, Supplement 1, 2016, Pages S204–S205
- Patrick Valere Tsouh Fokou, Regina Appiah- Opong, Dorothy Yeboah-Manu, Abena Adomah Kissi-Twum, Lauve Rachel Tchokouaha Yamthe, Aristide Laurel Mokale Kognou, Phyllis Addo, Fabrice Fekam Boyom, Alexander Kwadwo Nyarko. Antimycobacterial potency and cytotoxicity study of three medicinal plants. International Journal of Mycobacteriology. Volume 5, Supplement 1, 2016, Pages S206–S207
- JM. Nguta, Regina Appiah-Opong, Alexander K. Nyarko, Dorothy Yeboah-Manu, Phyllis G.A. Addo, Isaac Otchere, Abena Kissi-Twum. Antimycobacterial and cytotoxic activity of selected medicinal plant extracts Journal of Ethnopharmacology182(2016)10–15
- Joseph M. Nguta, Regina Appiah-Opong, Alexander K. Nyarko, Dorothy Yeboah-Manu, Phyllis G.A. Addo, Isaac Darko Otchere, Abena Kissi-Twum. In vitro antimycobacterial activity and toxicity of eight medicinal plants against pathogenic and nonpathogenic mycobacterial strains. International Journal of Mycobacteriology 5 (2 0 1 6 ) S 1 0 6 –S 1 0 7
- Joseph M. Nguta, Regina Appiah-Opong, Alexander K. Nyarko, Dorothy Yeboah-Manu, Phyllis G. A. Addo, Isaac D. Otchere, Abena Kissi-Twuma. In vitro antimycobacterial and cytotoxic data on medicinal plants used to treat tuberculosis. Data in Brief 7(2016)1124–113
- PVT Fokou, AA Kissi-Twum, D Yeboah-Manu, R Appiah-Oppong, P Addo, LRT Yamthe, AN Mfopa, FF Boyom, AK Nyarko. Activity of Selected West African Medicinal Plants against Mycobacterium ulcerans Disease. Planta Med 2016; 82(S 01): S1-S381. DOI: 10.1055/s-0036-1596168
- Azumah BK, Addo PG, Dodoo A, Awandare G, Mosi L, Boakye DA, et al. (2017) Experimental demonstration of the possible role of Acanthamoeba polyphaga in the infection and disease progression in Buruli Ulcer (BU) using ICR mice. PLoS ONE 12(3): e0172843. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0172843
- Innocent Afeke, Phyllis Addo, Mercy Newman, Lies Durnez, Miriam Eddyani, Nana Ammisah, Mona Abass, Maxwell Quartey, Anthony Ablordey. Cultivation of Two Is2404 Positive Mycobacterium Spp. From the Environment of Asante Akim District Of Ghana. BMJ Global Health 2017;2:A58-A59.
- Owusu, E., Newman, M. J., Addo, K. K., & Addo, P. (2017). In Vitro Susceptibility of Mycobacterium ulcerans Isolates to Selected Antimicrobials. The Canadian journal of infectious diseases & medical microbiology = Journal canadien des maladies infectieuses et de la microbiologie medicale, 2017, 5180984. https://doi.org/10.1155/2017/5180984
- Eric Aidoo, Frederick Kweku Addai, Phyllis Addo. Ameliorative effect of cocoa powder on the density of rough endoplasmic reticulum (RER) in hepatocytes of murine malaria. Asian Journal of Ethnopharmacology and Medicinal Foods, 2021 submitted.
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