AN EXPECTATION OF BIORESOURCE FUNCTION AGAINST PARASITE INFECTION ON ANIMAL HEALTH

Published in Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science, Vol. LXI, Issue 1
Written by Laurentius RUMOKOY, Jimmy POSANGI, Wisje Lusia TOAR, Julio LOPEZ ABAN4

The studies of the utilization of bio-resources substance has an increasing to be applied in preventing parasitic infections in livestock related both to endo-parasite and ecto-parasite. The use of bio-resource could be extracted from a substance originated plants and animals. The immunoglobulins in colostrum are well known as important bioresource for young neonate individual to protect against parasites even to the pathogenic microbes. In other part plants have a lot of bio-actives compound that are useful to conserve the animal health. This article is to present our study by using colostrum immunoglobulins and curcuma on endo-parasite infection treated in young experimental animals. The study was conducted by using seven-teen mice with four treatments (T). T1 signified an infection with parasite only, T2 represented a treatment of curcuma in animal infected with parasite, T3 was the treatment of colostrum immunoglobulin in animal infected with the parasite larva, and T4 showed a treatment of curcuma mixed with colostrum immunoglobulin in infected mice. The distribution of the colostrum Ig and curcuma substances was realized through a drinking water, given ad libitum. The data collection of larva in gut was realized at 7th days post infection while the EPG data collection was taken at 5th to 7th days post infection. The results revealed that there has a significant response between the treatment (P<0.01) which a combination between colostrum immunoglobulin (T4) caused a highest number of larva observed, while There has a non-significant difference of EPG number (P>0.05) between all treatment (T1, T2, T3 and T4). We concluded that curcuma and colostrum immunoglobulin were useful to suppress the parasite of Strongyloides venezuelensis in the gut rather than to suppress the number of EPG in the fecal matter of experiment mice.

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RUMOKOY L., POSANGI J., TOAR W.L., LOPEZ ABAN4 J. 2018, AN EXPECTATION OF BIORESOURCE FUNCTION AGAINST PARASITE INFECTION ON ANIMAL HEALTH . Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science, Vol. LXI, Issue 1, ISSN 2285-5750, 216-219.


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