Comparative study on serum protein concentration and electrophoretic pattern in clinically healthy gazelles

DOI: 10.18805/ijar.B-905    | Article Id: B-905 | Page : 120-123
Citation :- Comparative study on serum protein concentration and electrophoretic pattern in clinically healthy gazelles.Indian Journal Of Animal Research.2021.(55):120-123
A.M. Gar-Elnabi, I.A. Alhidary, A.O. Bakhiet and K.A. Abdoun kabdoun@ksu.edu.sa
Address : Department of Animal Production, College of Food and Agriculture Sciences, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Submitted Date : 5-02-2018
Accepted Date : 27-02-2019

Abstract

Screening of electrophoretic pattern of serum protein is crucial for the initial evaluation of numerous clinical conditions. The present study aimed to investigate and compare the normal serum protein electrophoretic pattern in three gazelle species which included sand gazelle (Gazella gazella), mountain gazelle (Gazella subgutterosa) and Erlanger’s gazelle (Gazella erlangeri). Significant (P £ 0.05) interspecies differences were noticed in A/G ratio, and in á-1, â and globulins fractions using agarose gel electrophoresis. Significant (P £ 0.05) differences between males of the three species were encountered in á-1, á- 2 and â globulins fractions, while significant differences in A/G ratio, á-1, á-2 and â globulins fractions were observed between females of the three species. Significance (P £ 0.05) intersex differences were observed for albumin in sand gazelle, and for á-2 and â globulins fractions in mountain gazelle. The results obtained from the current study could provide a baseline references and could be used for diagnostic purposes.

Keywords

Electrophoresis Gazelle Gender Serum protein.

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