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2021ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANT BACTERIA INFECTING WOUNDS OF RURAL COMMUNITY DWELLERS IN NORTHERN GHANAVicar, E. K.; Acquah, S. E. K.; Walana, W.; Kuugbee, E. D.; Saba, C. K. S.; Mensah, G. I.
2020ELUCIDATING THE PIVOTAL IMMUNOMODULATORY AND ANTI- INFLAMMATORY POTENTIALS OF CHLOROQUINE AND HYDROXYCHLOROQUINERichard, S. A.; Kampo, S.; Hechavarria, M. E.; Sackey, M.; Buunaaim, A. D. B.; Kuugbee, E. D.; Anabah, T. W.
2020ELUCIDATING THE PIVOTAL ROLE OF IMMUNE PLAYERS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF COVID-19: FOCUS ON MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS AND INFLAMMATIONRichard, S. A.; Kampo, S.; Sackey, M.; Hechavarria, M. E.; Buunaaim, A. D. B.; Kuugbee, E. D.; Anabah, T. W.
2020EXPOSURE TO COVID-19 ASSESSING THE KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDES, AND PRACTICES OF ANAESTHETISTS IN THE PREVENTION OF COVID-19 SPREAD IN GHANA - A MULTICENTER CROSS-SECTIONAL SURVEYKampo, S.; Anabah, T. W.; Buunaaim, A. D. B.; Kuugbee, E. D.; Wumbei, J. M.; Mwinsagra, J.; Mohammed, S.; Azongo, T. B.
2020GINSENOSIDE RG1 AND THE CONTROL OF INFLAMMATION IMPLICATIONS FOR THE THERAPY OF TYPE 2 DIABETES: A REVIEW OF SCIENTIFIC FINDINGS AND CALL FOR FURTHER RESEARCHAlolga, R. N.; Nuer-Allornuvor, G. F.; Kuugbee, E. D.; Yin, X.; Ma, G.
2018IL-8 ANALOGUE CXCL8 (3-72) K11R/G31P, MODULATES LPS-INDUCED INFLAMMATION VIA AKT1-NF-kβ AND ERK1/2-AP-1 PATHWAYS IN THP-1 MONOCYTESWalana, W.; Wang, J.-J.; Yabasin, I. B.; Ntim, M.; Kampo, S.; Al-Azab, M.; Elkhider, A.; Kuugbee, E. D.; Cheng, J. W.; Gordon, J. R.; Li, F.
2016LACTOBACILLUS RHAMNOSUS INDUCED EPITHELIAL CELL APOPTOSIS, AMELIORATES INFLAMMATION AND PREVENTS COLON CANCER DEVELOPMENT IN AN ANIMAL MODELGamallata, Y.; Meyiaha, A.; Kuugbee, E. D.; Hagob, A. M.; Chiwalaa, G.; Awadasseida, A,; Bambaa, D.; Zhanga, X.; Shanga, X.; Luo, F.; Xin, Y.
2012PREVALENCE OF SMEAR POSITIVE TUBERCULOSIS AMONG OUTPATIENT ATTENDEES, THE CASE OF THE TAMALE TEACHING HOSPITALAcquah, S. E. K.; Quaye, L.; Ziem, J. B.; Kuugbee, E. D.; Iddrisu, A. Y.; Sagoe, K.
2019SCORPION VENOM ANALGESIC PEPTIDE, BMK AGAP INHIBITS STEMNESS, AND EPITHELIAL-MESENCHYMAL TRANSITION BY DOWN-REGULATING PTX3 IN BREAST CANCERKampo, S.; Ahmmed, B.; Zhou, T.; Owusu, L.; Anabah, T. W.; Doudou, N. R.; Kuugbee, E. D.; Cui, Y.; Lu, Z.; Yan, Q.; Wen, Q.-P.
2020STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS NASAL CARRIAGE AMONG HEALTHCARE WORKERS, INPATIENTS AND CARETAKERS IN THE TAMALE TEACHING HOSPITAL, GHANAWalana, W.; Bobzah, B. P.; Kuugbee, E. D.; Acquah, S.; Ezekiel, V. K.; Yabasin, I. B.; Abdul-Mumin, A.; Ziem, J. B.
2016STRUCTURAL CHANGE IN MICROBIOTA BY A PROBIOTIC COCKTAIL ENHANCES THE GUT BARRIER AND REDUCES CANCER VIA TLR2 SIGNALING IN A RAT MODEL OF COLON CANCERKuugbee, E. D.; Shang, X.; Gamallat, Y.; Bamba, D.; Awadasseid, A.; Suliman, M. A.; Zang, S.; Ma, Y.; Chiwala, G.; Xin, Y.; Shang, D.
2020SURGICAL HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS’ COMPLIANCE TO HAND HYGIENE AND FACEMASK USE: A CASE OF TAMALE TEACHING HOSPITAL, GHANAAlhassan, A. R.; Kuugbee, E. D.; Der, E. M.