Effct of camel's milk on the level plasma proteins total protein , albumin, and globulin in the male rabbits
Journal of Kerbala for Agricultural Sciences,
2018, Volume 5, Issue 1, Pages 1-7
AbstractCamel milk is a natural source of antioxidants that used to treat low plasma protein .Twenty-five male animals were purchased from local rabbits (1250-2100 g) and with age between 4- 6 months . the rabbits left 20 days to adjust and adaptive to food and location before starting the experiment . randomly The animals were divided into five groups and treated for 3 weeks. . 5 rabbits were used as control group (G5) and 20 rabbits were given a dose of acute toxic pracetamol 2000 mg / kg for 24 hours and. The first group (G1) was given orally a camel milk(Party 2) 15 ml / animal / day. The second group (G2) was given camel milk season (part 4) 15 ml / animal / day . And third group (G4) was given acetyl cysteine 140 mg / kg / day. The forth group ( G4) untreated group is left to self-cure from the toxic dose pracetamol .The results showed a significant decrease (P <0.05) for plasma protein total protein , albumin & globulin when treated with pracetamol toxicity. After treated with camel milk (party 2) ( party 4) N-Acetyl Cystine the level of plasma protein were significant increased (P <0.05) in the first and second weeks, and the persistence of low plasma protein in the toxic and abandoned group Without treatment. In the third week, all groups return to their normal level.
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