Nigerian Journal of Microbiology (NJM) ISSN 0794 1293
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Abia State University Uturu,
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Prof. V. O. Nwaugo
Department of Microbiology
Abia State University Uturu, PMB 2000, Uturu
e-mail: vonwaugo@yahoo.com
Associate Editor
Dr. C. J. Ogugbue
Department of Microbiology
University of Port Harcourt
Nigeria
email: ceejay55us@yahoo.com
Associate Editor
Dr. K. I. T. Eniola
Joseph Ayo Babalola University
Ikeja-Arakeji, Osun State
Nigeria
email: kennyeniola@yahoo.com
Associate Editor
Mr. M. D. Makut
Nassarawa State University
Keffi


Editorial Board
Prof. F. J. C.
Prof. R. A. Onyeagba
Prof. S. P. Antai
Prof. Ikenebomeh
Prof.(Mrs) B. Anyanwu
Prof. O. O. Odeyemi
Prof. B. J. O. Efuvwevwere
Prof. A. Y. Itah
Prof. G. S. C. Okepokwasili
Prof. O. O. Amiund
Prof. S. A. Garba
Prof.(Mrs) C. A. Oyeka
Prof. T. G. Sokari
Prof. S. K. C. Obi
Prof.(Mrs) S. Ibe

Antibacterial Activities of Micrococcus lactis Strain Isolated from Nigerian Chees Whey Against Diarrhea-causing Organism.

Antimicrobial activity of leaf of aspila africana on some pathogenic organisms of clinical

Asymptomatic Bacteriuria Amongst Pregnant Women in Aba

Bacterial Pathogens Associated with Wound Infections at National Orthopeadic Hospital Enugu, Nigeria


Biosynthesis of Fundal Amylases on Soybean Waste Medium

Comparable Etiology of Tinea Capitis in Mgbuoba, Rivers State Akpulu, Imo State


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