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CHINEDU ONYENEKWE

TitleAssistant Professor
InstitutionBaylor College of Medicine
DepartmentDepartment of Family and Community Medicine
DivisionFamily & Community Medicine
Address927 Shaw St
Pasadena TX 77506
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    1. Ukibe NR, Ukibe SN, Emelumadu OF, Onyenekwe CC, Ahaneku JE, Igwegbe AO, Monago IN, Ilika AL. Impact of thyroid function abnormalities on reproductive hormones during menstrual cycle in premenopausal HIV infected females at NAUTH, Nnewi, Nigeria. PLoS One. 2017; 12(7):e0176361. PMID: 28723963.
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    2. Chukwuanukwu RC, Onyenekwe CC, Martinez-Pomares L, Flynn R, Singh S, Amilo GI, Agbakoba NR, Okoye JO. Modulation of the immune response to Mycobacterium tuberculosis during malaria/M. tuberculosis co-infection. Clin Exp Immunol. 2017 Feb; 187(2):259-268. PMID: 27577087.
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    3. Okuonghae EO, Onyenekwe CC, Ahaneku JE, Ukibe NR, Nwani PO, Asomugha AL, Osakue NO, Aidomeh F, Awalu CC. Evaluation of antioxidant status of female diabetic patients in Nnamdi Azikiwe University Teaching Hospital, Anambra State, Nigeria. Br J Biomed Sci. 2015; 72(4):164-7. PMID: 26738397.
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    4. Ukibe NR, Onyenekwe CC, Ahaneku JE, Ukibe SN, Meludu SC, Emelumadu O, Ifeadike CO, Ilika A, Ifeanyichukwu MO, Igwegbe AO, Nnadozie O. Evaluation of hormonal changes in menstrual cycle of women infected with pulmonary tuberculosis in Nnewi, south eastern Nigeria. Indian J Tuberc. 2014 Apr; 61(2):152-8. PMID: 25509939.
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    5. Oluboyo AO, Adijeh RU, Onyenekwe CC, Oluboyo BO, Mbaeri TC, Odiegwu CN, Chukwuma GO, Onwuasoanya UF. Relationship between serum levels of testosterone, zinc and selenium in infertile males attending fertility clinic in Nnewi, south east Nigeria. Afr J Med Med Sci. 2012 Dec; 41 Suppl:51-4. PMID: 23678636.
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    6. Onyenekwe CC, Ukibe N, Meludu SC, Ifeanyi M, Ezeani M, Onochie A, Ofiaeli N, Aboh N, Ilika A. Possible biochemical impact of malaria infection in subjects with HIV co-infection in Anambra state, Nigeria. J Vector Borne Dis. 2008 Jun; 45(2):151-6. PMID: 18592844.
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    7. Onyenekwe CC, Ukibe N, Meludu SC, Ilika A, Aboh N, Ofiaeli N, Ezaeni M, Onochie A. Prevalence of malaria as co-infection in HIV-infected individuals in a malaria endemic area of southeastern Nigeria. J Vector Borne Dis. 2007 Dec; 44(4):250-4. PMID: 18092531.
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    8. Onyenekwe CC, Arinola OG, Meludu SC, Salimonu LS, Adewale IF, Obisesan AK. Malaria parasitaemia and plasmodium falciparum specific-IgG in maternal peripheral, placental and cord circulaton. J Vector Borne Dis. 2004 Sep-Dec; 41(3-4):72-5. PMID: 15672560.
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    9. Onyenekwe CC, Arinola OG, Meludu SC, Salimonu LS, Obisesan AK, Adewale IF. Malaria specific-IgG, inter-pregnancy intervals, birth weights and body mass index in cases of asymptomatic malaria parasitaemia. J Vector Borne Dis. 2004 Mar-Jun; 41(1-2):1-4. PMID: 15332479.
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    10. Onyenekwe CC, Meludu SC, Dioka CE, Salimonu LS. Prevalence of asymptomatic malaria parasitaemia amongst pregnant women. Indian J Malariol. 2002 Sep-Dec; 39(3-4):60-5. PMID: 14686113.
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    11. Onyenekwe CC, Arinola OG, Salimonu LS. Detection of Plasmodium falciparum-IgG and incidence of asymptomatic malaria in pregnant women in Nigeria. Indian J Malariol. 2002 Mar-Jun; 39(1-2):39-42. PMID: 14686109.
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