M A Ibrahim

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Publications

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    Ibrahim M, Aliyu A, Abusufiyanu A, Bashir M, Sallau A. Inhibition of Naja nigricolis (Reinhardt) venom protease activity by Luffa egyptiaca (Mill) and Nicotiana rustica (Linn) extracts. Indian J Exp Biol. 2011;49:552-4 pubmed
    ..nigricolis venom protease activity at 0.1 and 0.05%. The use of these plants could be important in the treatment of snakebites...
  2. Tajuddeen N, Isah M, Suleiman M, van Heerden F, Ibrahim M. The chemotherapeutic potential of chalcones against leishmaniases: a review. Int J Antimicrob Agents. 2017;: pubmed publisher
    ..We identified knowledge-gaps with the hope of providing future direction for the discovery of novel antileishmanial drugs from chalcones. ..
  3. Aminu R, Umar I, Rahman M, Ibrahim M. Stigmasterol retards the proliferation and pathological features of Trypanosoma congolense infection in rats and inhibits trypanosomal sialidase in vitro and in silico. Biomed Pharmacother. 2017;89:482-489 pubmed publisher
    ..012kcal/mol. We concluded that stigmasterol could retard the proliferation and the major pathological features of T. congolense infection whilst the anemia amelioration was mediated via inhibition of sialidase. ..
  4. Aminu R, Ibrahim M, Rahman M, Dash R, Umar I. Trypanosuppresive effects of ellagic acid and amelioration of the trypanosome-associated pathological features coupled with inhibitory effects on trypanosomal sialidase in vitro and in silico. Phytomedicine. 2017;30:67-73 pubmed publisher
    ..rangeli sialidase with a predicted binding free energy of -25.584kcal/mol. We concluded that ellagic acid possesses trypanosuppressive effects and could ameliorate the trypanosome-induced pathological alterations. ..

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Publications4

  1. request reprint
    Ibrahim M, Aliyu A, Abusufiyanu A, Bashir M, Sallau A. Inhibition of Naja nigricolis (Reinhardt) venom protease activity by Luffa egyptiaca (Mill) and Nicotiana rustica (Linn) extracts. Indian J Exp Biol. 2011;49:552-4 pubmed
    ..nigricolis venom protease activity at 0.1 and 0.05%. The use of these plants could be important in the treatment of snakebites...
  2. Tajuddeen N, Isah M, Suleiman M, van Heerden F, Ibrahim M. The chemotherapeutic potential of chalcones against leishmaniases: a review. Int J Antimicrob Agents. 2017;: pubmed publisher
    ..We identified knowledge-gaps with the hope of providing future direction for the discovery of novel antileishmanial drugs from chalcones. ..
  3. Aminu R, Umar I, Rahman M, Ibrahim M. Stigmasterol retards the proliferation and pathological features of Trypanosoma congolense infection in rats and inhibits trypanosomal sialidase in vitro and in silico. Biomed Pharmacother. 2017;89:482-489 pubmed publisher
    ..012kcal/mol. We concluded that stigmasterol could retard the proliferation and the major pathological features of T. congolense infection whilst the anemia amelioration was mediated via inhibition of sialidase. ..
  4. Aminu R, Ibrahim M, Rahman M, Dash R, Umar I. Trypanosuppresive effects of ellagic acid and amelioration of the trypanosome-associated pathological features coupled with inhibitory effects on trypanosomal sialidase in vitro and in silico. Phytomedicine. 2017;30:67-73 pubmed publisher
    ..rangeli sialidase with a predicted binding free energy of -25.584kcal/mol. We concluded that ellagic acid possesses trypanosuppressive effects and could ameliorate the trypanosome-induced pathological alterations. ..