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NISLT Journal: Journal of Laboratory Science (JLS)…

JLS: Volume 2, Number 1, 2013
Amount: =N=500.00

EDITOR’S COMMENT

It is no more a news that no nation can develop without Science and Technology. This is the mean reason why “Nigerian Institute of Science Laboratory Technology (NISLT)” was established by an Act of National Assembly No 12 of 2003. With this Act, the Institute is mandated to advance Science Laboratory Technology Profession in Nigeria.

To complement the efforts of the Institute to achieve its mandate, the Journal of Laboratory Science (JLS) was established. At the inauguration of the Journal’s Editorial Board, the Director-General/Registrar of the Institute also emphasized the need to position the Institute in the frontline of advancing Science and Technology in Nigeria through a journal of international standard and recognition.

The aim of the Journal of Laboratory Science (JLS) is to publish all the latest and outstanding research works; I will therefore like to invite you to submit your research papers for publication in JLS.

I wish to appreciate the supports and contributions of the Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETfund), Nigerian Institute of Science Laboratory Technology (NISLT), highly respectable reviewers, the Editorial Board members, Secretariat staff and other contributors.

I am looking forward to receiving your manuscripts for the subsequent publications. You can visit our website (www.nislt.gov.ng) for more information, or e-mail us at jlsnislt@yahoo.com.

Thank you and God bless.

 

 PROF I. A. AMOO

Editor-in-Chief, JLS

October, 2013

 
Abstracts of Some Articles in this Journal

1. Survey on Hepatitis B surface Antigen (Hbs Ag) amongst the community of Mohamet Lawan College of Agriculture, Maiduguri, Borno State, North-Eastern Nigeria.
2. OVERVIEW OF THE PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATIONS OF SOME ANALYTICAL METHODS
3. HAEMATOLOGICAL, SERUM PROTEIN AND WEIGHT INDICES IN BROILER CHICKS FED CASSAVA AND YAM PEELS
4. ANTIMONY AND SILICON SCHOTTKY CONTACTS
5. EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT DIETARY INCLUSION LEVELS OF ALLIUM SATIVUM ON BLOOD PROFILES OF BROILERS
6. SYNTHESIS, CHARACTERIZATION AND ANTI FUNGAL ACTIVITIES OF Co(II) AND Ni(II) MIXED LIGAND COMPLEXES INVOLVING BENZIMIDAZOLE AND THIOCYANATE.
7. EVALUATION OF BEE VENOM (BV) ADMINISTRATION AS AN IMMUNE BOOSTER IN BRIOLER – CHICKENS
8. EVALUATION OF LOCATION INFLUENCE ON FIBRE CHARACTERISTICS OF BAMBUSA VULGARIS SCHRAD (BAMBOO) GROWN IN NIGERIA
9. EVALUATION OF BEE VENOM (BV) ADMINISTRATION AS A GROWTH PROMOTER IN BROILERS
10. GROWTH AND YIELD STUDIES OF FIVE LOCAL EDIBLE PULSES IN BENIN CITY, NIGERIA, EXPOSED TO ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS OCCASIONED BY WASTE ENGINE OIL POLLUTION
11. COMPARATIVE PARASITOLOGICAL DIAGNOSTIC TECHNIQUE IN THE SURVEY OF HAEMOPARASITES OF CAMEL SLAUGHTERED IN MAIDUGURI CENTRAL ABATTOIR, NORTH – EASTERN NIGERIA.

 



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