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24. AL Mansouri HMSH, Yamamoto S, Kulkarni AD, Ariizumi M, Adjei AA,Yamauchi K. Effects of dietary nucleosides and nucleotides on murine allergic rhinitis.Am J Med Sci 312: 202‑205, 1996.
25. Hokama T, Hamamoto I, Takenaka S, Hirayama K, Yara A, Adjei AA. Throat microflora in breast‑fed and formula‑fed infants.J Tropical Paediatr 42: 324‑326, 1996.
26. Adjei AA et al. Dietary nucleosides and nucleotides improve cell-mediated immunity in mice. J Nutr Immunol 4: 23‑35, 1996.
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28. Adjei AA et al. Nucleoside‑nucleotide free diet protects rat colonic mucosa from damage induced by trinitrobenzene sulphonic acid.Gut 39: 428‑433, 1996.
29. Kakinohana S, Adjei AA et al. Effects of dietary supplementation of nucleoside-nucleotide mixture and its components upon graft vs host and host vs graft responses in mice.Ryukyu Med J, 16:165‑170, 1996.
30. Yamauchi K, Adjei AA et al. A nucleoside‑nucleotide mixture and its components increase lymphoproliferative and delayed hypersensitivity responses in mice. J Nutr 126:1571‑1577, 1996.
31. Adjei AA et al. Nucleoside‑nucleotide free diet suppresses cytokine production and contact sensitivity responses in rats with trinitrobenzene sulphonic acid induced colitis. Am J Med Sci 314:89‑96, 1997
32. Ameho CK, Adjei AA et al. Dietary nucleoside‑nucleotide mixture aggravates nasal allergic responses induced by toluene diisocyanate in mice.Nutr Res 17: 1597‑1605, 1997.
33. Ameho CK, Adjei AA et al. Prophylactic effect of dietary glutamine supplementation on interleukin‑8 and tumour necrosis factor‑alpha production in trinitrobenzene sulphonic acid induced colitis. Gut 41:487‑493, 1997.
34. Ameho CK, Adjei AA et al. Modulation of age‑related changes in immune functions of protein‑deficient senescence accelerated mice by dietary nucleoside-nucleotide mixture supplementation. Br J Nutr 77:795‑804, 1997.
35. Yamamoto S, Wang MF, Adjei AA et al. Role of nucleosides and nucleotides in the immune system, gut reparation after injury, and brain function.Nutrition 13: 372‑374, 1997.
36. Harrison E, Adjei AA et al. The effect of soybean protein on bone loss in rat model of postmenopausal osteoporosis.J Nutr Sci Vitaminol 44: 257-268, 1998.
37. Yamauchi K, Adjei AA et al. Nucleoside‑nucleotide mixture increases bone marrow cell number and small intestinal growth in protein deficient mice after an acute infection.Nutrition 14: 250‑257, 1998.
38. Adjei AA et al. Evidence of thymus-independent local and systemic antibody responses to Cryptosporidium parvum infection in nude mice.Infect Immun 67: 3947-3951, 1999.
39. Adjei AA, Jones JT et al. Dietary nucleosides and nucleotides reduce Cryptosporidium parvum infection in dexamethasone- immunosuppressed adult mice.Exp Parasitol 92: 199- 208, 1999.
40. Kui-Cheng Z, Adjei AA et al. Effect of dietary vitamin E supplementation on murine nasal allergy.Am J Med Sci 318: 49-54, 1999.
41. Adjei AA et al. Differential intraepithelial lymphocytes phenotypes following Cryptosporidium parvum challenge in susceptible and resistant athymic strains of mice. Parasitol. Intl. 49: 119-129, 2000.
42. Adjei AA et al. Adoptive transfer of immunity with intraepithelial lymphocytes in Cryptosporidium parvum infected SCID mice. Am J Med Sci. 320: 304-309, 2000.
43. Adjei AA et al. CD4 -T cells and 65-kDa heat shock protein expansion following Cryptosporidium parvum challenge in athymic C57BL/6J nude mice. Immunol Lett 72: 35- 38, 2000.
44. Adjei AA. Dendritic cells are necessary for the induction of protective immunity against Cryptosporidium parvum infection in dexamethasone immunosuppressed mice. Ghana Medical Journal,36: 124-130, 2002.
45. Adjei AA et al. Human T-lymphotropic type-1 virus specific antibody detected in sera of HIV/AIDS patients in Ghana. Jpn J Infect Dis 56:57-59, 2003.
46. Adjei AA et al. The occurrence of cryptosporidium oocysts in Ghanaian HIV/AIDS patients with diarrhoea. E Afr J Med 80:369-372,
47. Adjei AA et al. Prevalence of antibodies to syphilis among blood donors in Accra, Ghana. Jpn J Infect Dis 56: 165-167, 2003.
48. Adjei AA et al. An Evaluation of a Rapid Serological Chromatographic Immunoassay Test for the Diagnosis of Pulmonary Tuberculosis in Accra, Ghana. Jpn J Infect Dis 56: 161- 164, 2003.
49. Adjei AA et al. Prevalence of antibodies to human T-lymphotropic virus type I among blood donors in Accra, Ghana. Ghana Med J 37: 133-136, 2003.
50. Teye K, Quaye IKE, Koda Y, Soejima M, Tsuneoka M, Pang H, Ekem I,Amoah AGB, Adjei AA, Kimura H. A-61C and C-101G Hp gene promoter polymorphisms are, respectively, associated with ahaptoglobinaemia and hypohaptoglobinamenia in Ghana. Clin Genet 64: 439-443, 2003.
51. Teye K, Quaye IKE, Koda Y, Soejima M, Pang H, Tsuneoka M, Amoah AGB, Adjei AA, Kimura H. Anovel 1247T missense mutation in the haptoglobin 2 β-chain decreases the expression of the protein and is associated with ahaptoglobinemia.Hum Genet 493: 1096-1098, 2004.
52. SarfoBY, Singh S, Lillard JW, Quarshie A, Gyasi RK, Armah H, Adjei AA et al.The cerebral-malaria-associated expression of RANTES, CCR3 AND CCR5 in post-mortem tissue samples. Annals of Trop Med Parasitol 3: 297-303, 2004.
53. Adjei AA, Armah H, Rodrigues O, Renner L, Borketey P, Ayeh-Kumi P, Adiku TK, Sifah E, Lartey M. Cryptosporidium spp., a frequent cause of diarrhea among children at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital, Accra, Ghana. Jpn J Infect Dis 57: 216-219, 2004.
54. Armah H, Dodoo AK, Wiredu EK, Stiles JK, Adjei AA et al. High-level cerebellar expression of cytokines and adhesion molecules in fatal, paediatric, cerebral malaria. Annals Trop Med Parasitol 99: 629-647, 2005.
55. Armah H, Wiredu EK, Dodoo AK, Adjei AA et al. Cytokine and adhesion molecule expression in brain in human cerebral malaria. Int J Environ Res Public Hlth 2: 123-131, 2005.
56. Sarfo B. Y., Armah H., Irune I., Adjei A. A., Singh S., Lillard J. W. Jr., Stiles J. K. Plasmodium yoelii 17X infection upregulates RANTES, CCR1, CCR3 and CCR5 expression, and induces ultrastructural changes in the cerebellum. Malaria Journal 4: 63, 2005.
57. Armah H., Adjei A. A., Adiku T. K., Hesse I. F. A., Duah O. A., & Ansah J. Prevalence of Antibodies to Mycobacterium Tuberculosis Antigen 60 among Blood Donors at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital Blood Bank, Accra, Ghana. Journal of the Ghana Science Association 7: 1-4, 2005.
58. Armah H, Sarfo B, Wilson M, Adjei AA et al. Cerebral malaria associated blood brain barrier (BBB) apoptosis.Acta Tropica 95S: S198-S199, 2005.
59. Sarfo B, Wilson M, Boakye D, Gyasi R, Adjei AA et al. The cerebral-malaria-associated expression of RANTES, CCR3 and CCR5 in post-mortem tissue samples. Acta Tropica 95S: S29-S30, 2005.
60. Stiles J, Sarfo B, Armah H, Wilson M, Adjei AA et al. The role of chemokines in malaria.Acta Tropica 95: suppl. 206, 2005.
61. Armah H, Dodoo AK, Adjei AA et al. Maximal cerebellar expression of cytokines and adhesion molecules in fatal paediatric cerebral malaria. Georgia J of Sci 63: 34, 2005
62. Sarfo BY, Armah H, Gyasi RK, Adjei AA et al. Expression and localization of RANTES, CCR1, CCR3, and CCR 5 in post-mortem cerebral malaria tissue samples. Georgia J of Sci 62: 56, 2005.
63. Sarfo BY, Gyasi , RK, Adjei AA et al. Expression and localization of RANTES and corresponding receptors,CCR1, CCR3, AND CCR5, in Plasmodium yoelii 17XL-infected mouse brain. Georgia J of Sci 61:48, 2005.
64. Aboagye B, Wiredu EK, Gyasi RK, Adjei AA, Tettey Y. Sero-prevalence of hepatitis B and Hepatitis C viruses in cirrhosis of the liver in Accra, Ghana.Ghana Medical Journal 39:132-137, 2005.
65. Adjei AA et al. Prevalence of human Immunodeficiency virus, hepatitis B virus, hepatitis C virus and syphilis among prison inmates and officers in Accra, Ghana. J Med Microbiol 55: 593-597, 2006.
66. Adjei AA et al. Sero-prevalence of cytomegalovirus among voluntary blood donors at the 37 Military Hospital, Accra, Ghana. Ghana Med J 40: 61-67, 2006.
67. Armah HB, Narter-Olga EG, Adjei AA et al. Sero-prevalence of human T-cell Lymphotropic virus type I. Among pregnant women in Accra, Ghana. J Med Microbiology 55: 765-770, 2006.
68. Adjei AA et al. Prevalence of human immunodeficiency virus infection among tuberculosis suspect patients in Accra, Ghana. W Afr J Med 25: 3841, 2006.
69. Quakyi IA, Addison AE, Bosompem K, Wilson M, Fairhurst R, Wellems T, Boakye D, Adjei AA et al. A multi-disciplinary case-control study of malaria pathogenesis and immunity in fishing village in Ghana. Research Letters (Ghana) 2: (Special Supplement): 89-90, 2006.
70. Adjei AA et al. Cryptosporidiosis: an important diarrhoeal disease. Ghana J Allied Hlth Sci 1:6-10, 2006.
71. Shiff C, Veltri R, Naples J, Quartey J, Otchere J, Anyan W, Marlow C, Wiredu E, Adjei AA et al. Ultrasound verification of bladder damage associated with known biomarkers of bladder cancer in adults chronically infected with Schistosoma haematobium in Ghana.Trans Roy Soc Trop Med Hyg 100: 847-854, 2006.
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77. Wilson NO, Adjei AA et al. Detection of Plasmodium falciparum histidine-rich protein in saliva of malaria patients. Am J Trop Med Hyg 78: 733-735,
78. Adjei AA, Armah BH, Gbagbo F, Boamah I, Adu-Gyamfi C, Asare I. Sero-prevalence of HHV- 8, CMV, and EBV among the general population in Ghana, West Africa. BMC Infect Dis 8: 111, 2008.
79. Domfeh AB, Wiredu EK, Adjei AA, Ayeh-Kumi PFK, Adiku TK, Tettey Y, Gyasi RK, Armah HB. Cervical human papilloma virus infection in Accra, Ghana. Ghana Med J 42: 71-78, 2008.
80. Hsing AW, Yeboah E, Biritwum R, Tettey Y, DeMarzo A, Adjei AA et al. High Prevalence of screen-detected prostate cancer in West Africas:Implications for racial disparity of prostate cancer. New Engl J Med, 2008,(In press).
81. Wilson NO, Huang MB, Anderson W, Bond V, Powell M, Thompson WE, Armah HB, Adjei AA et al. Soluble factors from Plasmodium falciparum-infected erythrocytes induce apoptosis in human brain vascular endothelial and neuroglia cells. Mol Biocem Parasitol 162: 172-176, 2008.
82. Adjei AA, Kuma GK, Tettey Y, Ayeh-Kumi PF, Opintan J, Apeagyei F, Ankrah JO, Adiku TK, Narter-Olaga EG. Bacterial contamination of blood and blood components in three major transfusion centres, Accra, Ghana. Jpn J Infect Dis, 62: 265-269, 2009.
83. Adjei AA, Tettey Y, Ayivase JT, Adu-Gyamfi C, Obed S, Mingle JAA, Ayeh-Kumi PF, Adiku TK. Hepatitis E virus infection is highly prevalent among pregnant women in Accra, Ghana. Virology Journal 6: 108, 2009.
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97. Mubarak AR , Frank B, Adjei AA et al. Immune Responses To General Anaesthesia With Endotracheal Intubation And Spinal Anaesthesia In Patients Undergoing Elective Surgery In Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital Accra, Ghana; A Baseline Study. Int J Sci Res 3: 1243-1247, 2014.
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