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British Journal of Research (2394-3718) is an international quarterly open access journal which aims to publish articles related to different research fields and specialities. The focus of the journal will be to provide a platform for excellent quality research, discussion and output of work in the following areas: General Medical, Pharmacy, Economics, Agriculture, Arts, Engineering, Education, Social Science, etc.
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Author(s): Joseph Omololu-Aso, Oluwaseun Oluwatoyin Omololu-Aso, Micheal T Atiene, Adekunle Adejuwon, Alexandrer Tuesday Owolabi and Arwa Shesha
Faecal shedding of cattle as well as poultry and poultry products have been implicated as a major source of Salmonella infections in humans. We sourced to isolate and identify Salmonella and Shige ... Read More
Author(s): Shinji Ishikawa and Yokoyama Kenji
This paper utilizes a Japanese business school as an example to clarify the issues faced in applying American accreditation standards to the Japanese education system all while aiming to shed li ... Read More
Author(s): Andrew Mowat
Meniere's disease (MD) represents a diagnostic challenge. It's symptoms of episodic vertigo, hearing loss, tinnitus, and a sense of aural fullness share overlap with multiple other conditions. I ... Read More
Author(s): I. Adepeju Simon-Oke
This study was carried out to determine the prevalence of malaria parasites infection among asymptomatic and symptomatic students of the Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria. A total o ... Read More
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