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Title: CLINICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL ASPECTS OF DIAGNOSTICS OF OSTEODYSTROPHY OF GOATS
Other Titles: CLINICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL ASPECTS OF DIAGNOSTICS OF OSTEODYSTROPHY OF GOATS
Authors: Maslak, Yuliya
Маслак, Юлія
Маслак, Юлия
Miroshnikova, Olga
Мирошникова, Ольга
Мірошнікова, Ольга
Fesenko, Irina
Фесенко, Ірина
Фесенко, Ирина
Keywords: osteodystrophy
goats
blood serum
urine
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Journal for Veterinary Medicine, Biotechnology and Biosafety
Citation: CLINICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL ASPECTS OF DIAGNOSTICS OF OSTEODYSTROPHY OF GOATS // Maslak Yu., Miroshnikova O., Fesenko I.// Journal for Veterinary Medicine, Biotechnology and Biosafety . - Volume 3, Issue 2, June 2017, Pages 10–13
Abstract: The purpose of this study was to research comparative analysis of data that have been obtained after clinical examination of goats and analysis of biochemical research of the level of metabolites of bone tissue metabolism in blood serum and urine for determination of criteria at diagnostics of osteodystrophy. The material of the study consisted of 20 adult goats. Diagnosis of was made according to physical examination of goats and analysis of biochemical research of the level of metabolites of bone tissue metabolism in blood serum and urine. Activity of aminotransferase (alanine aminotransferase, aspartate aminotransferase) and alkaline phosphatase and also concentration of glycoproteins (GP), chondroitin sulfate and fractional content of glucosaminoglicans content of total and ionized calcium were determined in blood serum. The content of hydroxyproline and total uronic acid were defined in urine. Comparative analysis of total clinical status of goats and level of biochemical components in blood serum and urine that characterize the state of connective tissue at diagnostics of osteodystrophy was conducted. The intergroop significant differences of some biochemical parameters (aspartate aminotransferase, alkaline phisphatase, chondroitin sulphate in blood serum and fraction IІ mucopolysaccharides, sum of fractions glucosaminoglicans in urine) were determined. Further investigation must be conducted to determine the biochemical parameters in goat with subclinical signs of osteodystrophy.
Description: The purpose of this study was to research comparative analysis of data that have been obtained after clinical examination of goats and analysis of biochemical research of the level of metabolites of bone tissue metabolism in blood serum and urine for determination of criteria at diagnostics of osteodystrophy. The material of the study consisted of 20 adult goats. Diagnosis of was made according to physical examination of goats and analysis of biochemical research of the level of metabolites of bone tissue metabolism in blood serum and urine. Activity of aminotransferase (alanine aminotransferase, aspartate aminotransferase) and alkaline phosphatase and also concentration of glycoproteins (GP), chondroitin sulfate and fractional content of glucosaminoglicans content of total and ionized calcium were determined in blood serum. The content of hydroxyproline and total uronic acid were defined in urine. Comparative analysis of total clinical status of goats and level of biochemical components in blood serum and urine that characterize the state of connective tissue at diagnostics of osteodystrophy was conducted. The intergroop significant differences of some biochemical parameters (aspartate aminotransferase, alkaline phisphatase, chondroitin sulphate in blood serum and fraction IІ mucopolysaccharides, sum of fractions glucosaminoglicans in urine) were determined. Further investigation must be conducted to determine the biochemical parameters in goat with subclinical signs of osteodystrophy.
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