Keywords : Lipid

Relationship between coccidiosis and lipid peroxidation ‎level in blood of cattle.‎

Azhar Abbas Ashour Abbas Al Sadoon

College Of Basic Education Research Journal, 2021, Volume 17, Issue 3, Pages 1034-1052
DOI: 10.33899/berj.2021.169654

‎ The recent paper studies the impact of coccidiosis on blood levels of cattle ‎since it is one of the parasites that attack both‏ ‏poultry and cattle epidemically and ‎infect the intestine leading to big economical loss as well as high deaths of those ‎animals. Due to the few number of relevant studies that present for the this parasite ‎effect on blood level as well as the levels of anti-oxidation, Glutathione, I did such ‎the study which includes 40 cows and 35 calves of 2-3 months of age from which a ‎stool sample was taken plus a 5 mml blood sample. Next, I diagnosed the infected ‎animal through testing the symptoms of those animals and examining the stool by ‎both floating and smear methods directly to find the ovarian cysts of coccidiosis. ‎Then, I determined the level of infection (the number of parasites per 1 gm of stool) ‎by using Macmaster way so the animals were divided into two groups (infected and ‎non-infected). After that, some biochemical tests were done to check the levels of ‎Malondialdehyde (MDA) as a final outcome of lipid peroxidation using colorful ‎TBA ase and to measure the absorption of ( 450 um) ‎‏ ‏wavelength. Also, I divided ‎the Glutathione (GSH) level in blood plasma using Elmanz method.‎

A Study of the effect of exercise on the levels of some antioxidants and lipid peroxidation in Physical Education students

Rana Fadhil Jasim

College Of Basic Education Research Journal, 2013, Volume 12, Issue 4, Pages 807-816

The research included a study of the effect of exercise on the levels of enzymatic, non-enzymatic antioxidants and lipid peroxidation among physical education students. This was achieved through the determination of the activities of superoxide dismutase (SOD)and glutathione peroxidase (GPx) as enzymatic antioxidants, glutathione (GSH), uric acid and vit. E concentration as non-enzymatic antioxidants in addition to measuring malondialdehyde concentration (MDA) as an indicator of lipid peroxidation.
The study was applied on (24) blood serum samples of physical education students in the fourth stage aged between (18-22) years and compared with (21) blood serum samples of students with the same age not exert exercise as control group.
The results showed a significant increase in the concentration of MDA and a significant decrease in the concentration of glutathione, uric acid and vit. E. The results also showed a non-significant reduction in the activities of (SOD) and (GPx) in the study group compared to the control group
Key words : exercise, malondialdehyde, Glutathione, Superoxide dismutase, vit. E