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Bakare, Oladapo (2011)
Biological activities of emetine. Open Natural Products Journal, Vol.4 (2011): 8-15. Emmanuel S. Akinboye and Oladapo Bakare.

Bakare, Oladapo (2012)
Antitrypanosomal activities and cytotoxicity of some novel imidosubstituted 1,4-naphthoquinone derivatives. Arch Pharm Res., Vol.35, No.1 (Jan 2012): 27-33. Mozna H. Khraiwesh, Clarence M. Lee, Yakini Brandy, Emmanuel S. Akinboye, Solomon Berhe, Genelle Gittens, Muneer M. Abbas, Franklin R. Ampy, Mohammad Ashraf and Oladapo Bakare.

Bakare, Oladapo (2012)
2,3-dichloro-5,8-dimethoxy-1,4-naphthoquinone. Acta Crystallographica Section E: Structure Reports Online, Vol.68, Pt.7 (July 2012): o2018. Maraizu Ukaegbu, Ray J. Butcher, N. M. Enwerem, Oladapo Bakare, Charles Hosten.

Bakare, Oladapo (2012)
N-Benzoyl-N-(1,4-dioxonaphthalen-2-yl)benzamide. Acta Crystallographica Section E: Structure Reports Online, Vol.68, No.8 (2012): o2379Brandy, Y., Raymond J. Butcher, Bakare, O.

Bakare, Oladapo (2012)
Design, Synthesis, and Evaluation of pH-Dependent Hydrolyzable Emetine Analogues as Treatment for Prostate Cancer. J Med Chem., Vol.55, No.17 (2012): 7450-7459. Emmanuel S. Akinboye, Marc D. Rosen, Samuel R. Denmeade, Bernard Kwabi-Addo, Oladapo Bakare.

Bakare, Oladapo (2012)
Synthesis and cytotoxic activities of some 2-Arylnaphtho[2,3-d]oxazole-4,9-dione derivatives on androgen-dependent (LNCaP) and androgen-independent (PC3) human prostate cancer cell lines. Invest New Drugs, Vol.30, No.4 (2012): 1709-1714. Brandy Y, Ononiwu I, Adedeji D, Williams V, Mouamba C, Kanaan Y, Copeland RL Jr, Wright DA, Raymond J. Butcher, Denmeade SR, Bakare O.

Baley, Parick (2012)
Characterization of medium chain length (R)-3-hydroxycarboxylic acids produced by Streptomyces sp. JM3 and the evaluation of their antimicrobial properties. World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology, Vol.28, No.9 (2012): 2791-2800. Articles not published yet, but available online. Adran D. Allen, Patrick Daley, Folahan O. Ayorinde, Ayelle Gugssa, Winston A. Anderson, Broderick E. Eribo.

Bangura, Abdul Karim (2011)
Diegetic analysis of the scholarly works of six ATWS/ASRF women: Peyi Soyinka-Airewele, Theodora Ayot, Doyin Coker-Kolo, Rita Kiki Edozie, Mueni wa Muiu, and Mojúbàolú Olúfúnké Okome. Journal of Third World Studies, Vol.27, No.2 (Fall 2011):11-43. Abdul Karim Bangura.

Bangura, Abdul Karim (2011)
United Nations operations in Côte d'Ivoire: A success story about managing a protracted conflict. Africa Update, Vol.18, No.1 (Win 2011): 2-10. Abdul Karim Bangura.

Bangura, Abdul Karim (2011)
Laurent Gbagbo's one dozen major sins. The Patriotic Vanguard, Sunday 20, February 2011.

Bangura, Abdul Karim (2011)
The African states, dialectics of African culture, and representative political organization: An Ubuntu/communal paradigm. In: Ishmael Munene (ed.), An Interdisciplinary Primer in African Studies, 209-273. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.

Bangura, Abdul Karim (2011)
The push in the United States for peace in Sierra Leone. Expo Times Gazette, special edition for the 50th Golden Jubilee Celebration of Sierra Leone’s Independence, Vol.1, No.1 (2011): 26-29.

Bangura, Abdul Karim (2011)
African-Centered Methodologies: From Ancient Times to the Present. San Diego, CA: Cognella Press, 2011.

Bangura, Abdul Karim (2011)
The Nexus among democracy, economic development, good governance, and peace in Africa: A triangulative analysis and diopian remedy. Africa Peace and Conflict Journal, Vol.4, No.2 (2011): 1-16.

Bangura, Abdul Karim (2011)
African Mathematics: From Bones to Computers [Kindle Edition]. Washington, DC: University Press of America, 2011. Mamokgethi Setati, Abdul Karim Bangura.

Bangura, Abdul Karim (2012)
Pan-Africanism: An Exploration of Afro-Asian Connections. Lagos, Nigeria: Concept Publications, 2012. (Centre for Black and African Arts and Civilization, Occasional Monograph, No. 25).

Bangura, Abdul Karim (2012)
Fractal complexity in Cheikh Anta Diop's Precolonial Black Africa: A pluridisciplinary analysis. CODESRIA Bulletin, Nos.1-2 (2012): 10-19.

Bangura, Abdul Karim (2012)
Using e-clustering to reinvigorate the Mano River Union. Journal of International Studies and Development , Vol.2 (Spr 2012): 1-40.

Bangura, Abdul Karim (2012)
From Diop to Asante: Conceptualizing and contextualizing the Afrocentric paradigm. Journal of Pan-African Studies, Vol.5, No.1 (2012): 103-125.

Bangura, Abdul Karim (2012)
Imperialism and its aftermath in present-day Africa: How the failure to acknowledge and remedy colonial vestiges continues to fuel unrest. In: David Walton and Michael Frazier (eds.), An Anthology of Contending Views on International Security, 112-128. New York, NY: NOVA Science Publishers.

Bangura, Abdul Karim (2012)
Post-election conflict resolution in Africa: Lessons from African peace paradigms. In: Akanmu G. Adebayo (ed.), Managing Conflicts in Africa's Democratic Transitions (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2012): 193-232. Abdul Karim Bangura.

Bangura, Abdul Karim (2012)
Fractal complexity in Mwalimu Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart: A mathematical exploration. Critical InterventionsJournal, Nos. 9/10 (Spr 2012): 11-25.

Bangura, Abdul Karim (2012)
Strengthening ties among landlocked countries in Eastern Africa: Making prisoner's dilemma a strategy of collaboration. Ubuntu, Vol.1, Nos.1-2 (2012): 136-155. Abdul Karim Bangura and Hunter Sinclair.

Bangura, Abdul Karim (2012)
A mathematical exploration of fractal complexity among the axioms on the African state in the Journal of Third World Studies: From John Mukum Mbaku to Pade Badru. Journal of Third World Studies, Vol.29, No.2 (fall 2012): 11-64. Abdul Karim Bangura.

Bangura, Abdul Karim (2012)
Wangari Maathai's peace paradigm. African Update, Vol.19, No.3 (2012): 1-19.

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