THE EEFECT OF COMBINATION OF CRUDE SALIVE GLAND EXTRACTE OF STOMOXYS CALCITRANS (DIPTERA: MUSCIDAE) WITH COLOSTRUM IMMUNOGLOBULIN-G ON IGG SERUM LEVEL OF YOUNG HORSES

Published in Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science, Vol. LX
Written by Laurentius RUMOKOY, Sri ADIANI, Charles KAUNANG, Wisje Lusia TOAR, Hengky KIROH

This experiment was conducted to evaluate the influence of crude salive gland extracted from Stomoxys calcitrans applied to twelve young horses traditionally maintained. The treatment in study realized by injecting 0.5 ml of SGE to the foals compared to the control group of animals without SGE treatment. Each group was divided into two sub groups received colostrum and the other did notreceived any IgG colostrum. The IgG level was 60 gr/L colostrum and distributed to the foals with 9.6 gr IgG– 1J. The injection of SGE realized at the first day of experiment. The volume of blood collection was 3 ml through vena jugulaire at the 14th days after SGE injection. As soon as possible after collection, the blood was centrifuged and then its serum was placed in micro-tube to be observed. We did not found interaction of SGE and IgG on imunoglobuline-G serum (P>0.05) while the IgG serum level increased very significantly (P<0.001) as the influence of single treatment of SGE as described in data of A2B1 and A2B2, compared to the control without SGE.In other side this study showed an important relation between entomology and animal husbandry especially to the health care improvement for the young animals by using the antigen substance of the insect (Stomoxys calcitrans).

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RUMOKOY L., ADIANI S., KAUNANG C., TOAR W.L., KIROH H. 2017, THE EEFECT OF COMBINATION OF CRUDE SALIVE GLAND EXTRACTE OF STOMOXYS CALCITRANS (DIPTERA: MUSCIDAE) WITH COLOSTRUM IMMUNOGLOBULIN-G ON IGG SERUM LEVEL OF YOUNG HORSES. Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science, Vol. LX, ISSN 2285-5750, 253-256.


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