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Vol. 11, Special Issue 7 (2022)

Biochemical profile of cystic fluid of metacestodes in slaughtered food animals of Northern India

Author(s):
Sachin Patidar, Stuti Vatsya, Rajeev Ranjan Kumar and Jayshree Jakhar
Abstract:
The present study was undertaken to analyse the biochemical profile of hydatid cyst fluid collected from slaughtered buffaloes and Cysticercus fluid collected from slaughtered sheep and goat in different districts in Uttarakhand (Udham Singh Nagar, Nainital, Bageshwar and Almora), Uttar Pradesh (Bareilly and Moradabad), Rajasthan (Alwar and Bharatpur) and Madhya Pradesh (Rewa and Ratlam). The biochemical profile of cystic fluid of 10 randomly collected hydatid cysts each from liver and lungs of buffaloes as well as 7 randomly collected Cysticercus each from sheep and goats were analyzed for various biochemical parameters. The overall mean ±SE concentration values of total protein (g/dl), cholesterol (mmol/L), glucose (mmol/L), creatinine (µmol/L), triglyceride (mmol/L), urea (mmol/L), ALT (U/L), AST (U/L), Ca (mmol/L), Na (mmol/L) and K(mmol/L) of hydatid cyst fluid (HCF) collected from liver of buffaloes were found to be 0.02±0.02, 0.14±0.06, 1.44±0.04, 49.59±1.27, 0.04±0.00, 5.08±0.22, 6088.33±1.78, 5712.31±1.90, 2.23±0.01, 111.46±1.84 and 7.68±0.06, respectively; collected from lungs of buffaloes were recorded to be 0.32±0.02, 0.13±0.03, 1.36±0.02, 49.12±1.28, 0.16±0.01, 6.84±0.40, 5241.32±2.80, 4286.06±2.17, 1.25±0.01, 81.37±3.04 and 7.23±0.37, respectively while the same for Cysticercus fluid collected from sheep were observed to be 0.70±0.03, 0.23±0.02, 3.76±0.13, 29.19±1.39, 0.21±0.02, 10.36±0.81, 9.47±1.65, 7.17±0.48, 4.38±0.47, 55.56±2.9 and 1.65±0.2, respectively and for Cysticercus fluid collected from goats were 0.72±0.02, 0.30±0.01, 3.17±0.13, 61.74±5.12, 0.19±0.01, 7.75±0.20, 7.12±0.30, 5.72±0.30, 5.41±0.25, 57.44±2.60 and 1.36±0.16, respectively. The biochemical analysis of metacestode fluid plays an important role in understanding the parasite's metabolism, physiology, and immunology, as well as its interaction with the host and can indicate variability in isolates from various places.
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How to cite this article:
Sachin Patidar, Stuti Vatsya, Rajeev Ranjan Kumar and Jayshree Jakhar. Biochemical profile of cystic fluid of metacestodes in slaughtered food animals of Northern India. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(7S): 1197-1200.

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