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  • Immunological and Antimicrobial Effects of Autologous Platelet

    • Authors: Volkan ÖZAVCI; Şükrü KIRKAN
      Abstract: Antibiotic resistance has remarkable potential in human beings and veterinary medicine. However, to prevent the clinical reflection of this resistance from reaching the feared dimensions, there is a requirement for antimicrobial treatment options supported and improved with new molecular biocursors at the preclinical point. Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and fibrin (PRF) are biomaterial products that recently used to increase the anti-infective defense system by platelet growth factors to support postoperative wound healing, bone regeneration, graft stabilization, biofilm inhibition, catheter hygiene, and hemostasis. Recently, research has been carried out on antibacterial, antifungal, and prevention of clinical biofilm formation. Autologous platelet concentrates are autogenous and do not cause any immunological reaction or infection. Therefore, the choice and application of regenerative therapies are being favored due to their nominal invasive procedures. In particular, PRP and PRF are of interest because of their influence to stimulate and speed up the injury area healing process. Cytokines and growth factors involved in the formation of PRP are played an important role in the recovery process. This article aims to evaluate the antibacterial, antifungal and antibiofilm properties of PRP and PRF in the field of microbiology. In addition, the act of growth factors in the process of healing and their use in regenerative treatments were also evaluated.
      PubDate: Thu, 28 Jul 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • The Effect of Corynebacterium cutis Lysate on Immunoglobulin Levels in
           Smallpox Vaccinated Sheep Immunoglobulin Levels in Smallpox Vaccine

    • Authors: Ömer YAŞAR; Nazmi YÜKSEK
      Abstract: In this study, the effect of apply Corynebacterium cutis lysate together with smallpox vaccine on immunoglobulin (IgG, IgM, IgA, IgE) levels in sheep was investigated. For this purpose, 20 mg Corynebacterium cutis lysate was administered to 10 sheep only with smallpox vaccine and 10 sheep with smallpox vaccine. Blood samples were obtained from V. jugularis for laboratory analysis from all animals on days 0, 21, and 35 of the study. Serum Ig, hematology and biochemical parameters were measured. Statistical differences were not determined in the sampling times of biochemical and hematological parameters, either within the group or between the groups. There was a significant increase in IgA levels between the 0th and 35th days in both groups (p
      PubDate: Thu, 28 Jul 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • Investigation of the Prevalence of Digestive System Parasites in Domestic

    • Authors: Sami GÖKPINAR; Sinem AKDENİZ, Gözde Nur AKKUŞ
      Abstract: The aim of this study is to investigate the prevalence of digestive system parasites in domestic rabbits raised in Kirikkale and Ankara regions. During the study, fecal samples were taken from 100 rabbit cages. The feces taken from each cage were evaluated as a single sample regardless of the number of rabbits in the cage. The samples were analyzed by the Fulleborn flotation technique. As a result of the examination, it was determined that 44 of 100 fecal samples (44%) were infected with at least one parasite species. In the fecal samples examined, Eimeria spp. oocysts, Passalurus ambiguus and Trichostrongylus spp. eggs were found. In this study, Eimeria spp., 34%, P. ambiguus, 2%, Trichostrongylus spp., 4%, Eimeria spp.+ Trichostrongylus spp., 3%, and Eimeria spp.+P. ambiguus is detected in 1% of cases. The presence of parasites (88.1%) in the samples taken from the cages with two or more rabbits was found to be statistically higher than the samples taken from the cages with a single rabbit (12.1%). In this study, the prevalence of digestive system parasites in domestic rabbits raised for hobby or economic gain in the region was determined for the first time.
      PubDate: Thu, 28 Jul 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • Determination of Chicken Meat Status and Preferences Among Students of
           Nutrition and Dietetics Department

    • Authors: Özlem VAROL AVCILAR; Yahya Faruk KARATAŞ, Ebrunur YILMAZ
      Abstract: Chicken meat is an important food that meets the animal protein needs of the increasing population. It has high bioavailability, especially in terms of essential amino acids it contains. The object of this study is to have information about the chicken meat consumption status and preferences of university students. The study was carried out in the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics. The research was completed voluntarily with the students through face-to-face survey method. The median age of students is 20.0 and 92.3% of them are women. In the study, it was determined that 98% of the students consumed chicken meat. 85.7% of the students who do not consume chicken meat stated that they do not like chicken meat as the reason for not consuming it. To the question of whether they know the nutritional value of chicken meat, 85.2% of the students gave a positive answer. It was detected that the preferred parts of chicken meat are mostly breast, thigh, drumstick and wings, and when buying them, particular attention is paid to the expiration date (%96.4), brand (%72.4), packaging (65.3%) and price (%62.8). It was observed that students preferred processed chicken products at a high rate (91.8%), and they chose easy-to-prepare products such as doner, hamburger, nuggets and schnitzel. It was found that organic chicken preference (45.4%) was higher when buying chicken meat from the aisle. It was determined that the rearing period was not considered important (65.3%) when purchasing chicken meat. As a result, similar to the previous studies, it was determined that the students of the Nutrition and Dietetics department often preferred chicken meat with the contribution of their professional knowledge, for reasons such as ease of consumption and accessibility in a short time. For this reason, companies involved in production may develop products by taking into account the consumption preferences of students.
      PubDate: Thu, 28 Jul 2022 00:00:00 +030
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