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Inventi Impact - Veterinary Science

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  • Inventi:hvs/25735/18
    SERUM PROTEINS IN CAPRINE COCCIDIOSIS
    Nischala S*, Sireesha G

    The present study was targeted to observe the differences in serum protein concentrations in coccidiosis affected goats from that of healthy goats. Blood samples were collected from 25 goats affected with coccidiosis and 25 goats that are healthy from the villages of Bodhan Mandal, Nizamabad District, Telangana State. When analyzed for serum proteins, the goats effected with coccidiosis shown significantly (PË‚ 0.05) decreased levels of serum total proteins, serum albumins and A/G ratio and significant (PË‚ 0.05) increase in the serum globulin levels when compared to the healthy goats. The changes in the serum proteins in the affected goats may be attributed to the poor health condition of the goats due to coccidiosis. The study establishes the facts of caprine coccidiosis, which was less studied in this region.

    How to Cite this Article
    Nischala S, Sireesha G. Serum Proteins in Caprine Coccidiosis. Inventi Impact: Veterinary Science, 2018(4):183-184, 2018.
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