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Theoretical and Applied Veterinary Medicine
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ISSN (Print) 2663-1156 - ISSN (Online) 2663-1164
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  • BoLA-DRB3 gene as a marker of sensitivity of the white-headed Ukrainian
           cattle to mastitis

    • Authors: T. M. Suprovych, M. P. Suprovych, O. D. Biriukova, V. V. Trach, O. V. Danchuk, A. V. Grafov
      Pages: 3 - 10
      Abstract: Mastitis in cows is an important problem in the milk industry. Major histocompatibility complex (MHC), also called bovine lymphocyte antigen (BoLA), is attracting attention due to its association with host immunity. The BoLA system has some equally operating genes that provide antigen presentation by MHC system molecules followed by an immune response to pathogens. Exon 2 of the BoLA-DRB3 gene is the most important and highly polymorphic. Alleles that had a close connection with mastitis have been detected and are considered DNA markers. These play a decisive role in the breeding of cattle to create herds resistant to diseases. Polymorphism of the BoLA-DRB3 gene (exon 2) of the White-Headed Ukrainian cattle breed was studied by PCR-RFLP to search for DNA markers associated with mastitis. In the general sample and group of resistance cows, 28 alleles were found, and in the group of animals prone to mastitis – 21 BoLA-DRB3.2 alleles. The most common variant was BoLA-DRB3.2*24 (12.3%). It also dominated among cows susceptible to mastitis (25.9%). Allele *22 (13%) maximally showed the animal’s resistance to the disease. Based on relative risk, it has been reliably established that there are at least two mastitis-sensitive alleles: variant BoLA-DRB3.2*22 (p<0.05) associated with resistance, and *24 – with a susceptibility to the disease (p<0.001). It was also established that the genotype DRB3.2*11/*24 (p<0.01) can be used as a DNA marker of mastitis resistance after additional verification. The obtained results will be useful in the formation of herds of dairy cows resistant to mastitis.
      PubDate: 2022-02-14
      DOI: 10.32819/2022.10001
      Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2022)
  • Development of protocols and efficiency of ozone-containing drugs for the
           treatment of livestock with reproductive pathologies

    • Authors: P. М. Skliarov, S. Y. Fedorenko, S. V. Naumenko, O. V. Onyshchenko, A. M. Pasternak, V. I. Koshevoy, V.P. Koshevoy
      Pages: 11 - 18
      Abstract: For animals with reproductive pathologies, a comprehensive program treatment that considers the principle of drug action is widespread. One of the essential points of the program is the use of antibacterial drugs. Available drugs have variable activities, some of which have adverse effects. Therefore, the search for the mentioned item of the program of new drugs that would meet the requirements of modern practice is an urgent problem in veterinary medicine that needs to be solved. In this regard, ozone therapy is promising due to its ability to affect the transport and release of oxygen into tissues, disinfectant action, and a wide range of ozone therapy for treating several diseases. Our work aimed at developing ozone-containing drugs for animal reproductive (obstetric, mammalogical, and andrological) pathologies treatment. In the standard protocol, we replaced antibacterial drugs with ozonated corn oil (OCO) and Prozon (complex preparation of ozonated corn oil and alcohol solution of propolis). The recovery process was assessed during and after the therapy by the duration and percentage of recovered animals. In treating animals with subclinical mastitis, the recovery criterion was the normalization of milk cytograms. In the treatment of cows and goats with acute postpartum catarrhal-purulent endometritis, the use of ozone-containing drugs reduced the period from the treatment beginning to the disappearance of clinical signs by 0.7 days (OCO) and 4.8 days (Prozon) and from birth to estrus – by 1.8 and 11.1 days, respectively; while fertility increased by 8.5% and 41.9%. Periods from the beginning of treatment of goats with OCO and Prozon to the disappearance of clinical signs decreased by 1.1 days and 2.8 days, respectively; while fertility increased by 17.2% and 37.2%. Treatment of cows with subclinical mastitis during the dry period with the use of ozone-containing drugs helped to reduce the duration of cure by 1.1 days (OCO) and 2.0 days (Prozon), and the effectiveness of treatment (percentage of recovered animals) increased by 5, 6% and 10.0%, respectively. Treatment of cows with subclinical lactational mastitis reduced the duration of cure by 0.2 days (OCO) and 0.8 days (Prozon), and its effectiveness (percentage of recovered animals) increased by 6.5% and 14.6%, respectively. The ozone-containing drugs for the treatment of nonspecific balanoposthitis in domestic boars reduced the period of recovery by 0.9 days (OCO) and 1.5 days (Prozon), bulls – by 1.1 and 2.7 days, and rams – by 0.8 and 2.2 days, respectively.
      PubDate: 2022-02-10
      DOI: 10.32819/2022.10002
      Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2022)
  • Origin and generation influence on the fractal dimension values of the
           milk production in dairy cows

    • Authors: A. S. Kramarenko, T. V. Pidpala, S. I. Lugovyi, S. S. Kramarenko
      Pages: 19 - 26
      Abstract: The main aim of our research was to determine the effect of origin and generation on the fractal dimension values of the milk production peculiarities in dairy cows. This study analyses data from cattle milk production at the LLC “Promin”, Mykolaiv region. We formed four experimental groups of first-calf Holstein heifers of different origins and generations. The animals of the first group were imported from Germany; the second group was their offspring; the third group was Ukrainian breed cows, and the fourth group was their offspring. We assessed 305-day milk yield, total milk yield, milk fat percentage, milk fat yield, milk protein percentage, milk protein yield and lactation length for each cow. The information fractal dimension (FD1) values were calculated for each trait within each group. The fractal dimension values in all groups for 305-days milk yield, milk fat and milk protein yields were close to 1 (excluding the fourth group); thus, it can be argued that the random mechanism of their regulation and, accordingly, the lack of fractal properties. The estimated FD1 values for total milk yield were slightly lower; they fluctuated within very narrow limits in all groups and did not depend on either origin or generation. In addition, the calculated FD1 values for total milk yield were significantly lower than the corresponding estimates for 305-day milk yield in all cow groups. The use of fractal analysis revealed significant differences, which are based on different regulation mechanisms of the milk fat percentage in cows of the daughter generations. On the other hand, the fractal dimension values FD1 for milk protein percentage did not differ significantly between mothers and daughters, regardless of their origin. It was also found that the control for lactation length in the daughter generation was lower than the maternal one. Thus, using fractal analysis to study the regulatory mechanisms of milk production traits in dairy cows allowed us to determine the influence of the origin and generation (mother or daughter).
      PubDate: 2022-02-21
      DOI: 10.32819/2022.10003
      Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2022)
  • Effective adhesive bandage for treating total mastectomy in cats: a case

    • Authors: D. D. Bilyi, M. V. Herhaulov
      Pages: 27 - 34
      Abstract: The high frequency and aggressiveness of multiple tumour lesions of the mammary gland in cats justify the need for a single-stage bilateral mastectomy and lymphadenectomy with wide excision of tissues, which leads to the formation of a significant postoperative suture. The dynamics of clinical, haematological, and hemostasiological indicators prove the feasibility of using medical glue BF-6 (ATС code V03A X) as a protective adhesive plaster after total mastectomy. The adhesive bandage provided reliable protection for surgical wounds. It promoted shortening their regeneration period by 1.3–1.5 times (p<0.01–0.001) and reduced the average time of a complete wound healing from 18.3 ± 0.7 to 14.1 ± 0.9 days (p<0.001). The usage of medical glue BF-6 (polyvinyl butyral phenol-formaldehyde) was accompanied by a dynamic decrease in the average area of surgical wounds starting from day seven by 1.3–1.8 times (p<0.001). However, even after 21 days, complete epithelialization was not recorded in all cases. Protection of a surgical wound with the adhesive bandage ensured a decrease in the risks of development of such complications as suppurative inflammation (twice), failure of the surgical suture, and seroma (1.5 times both). It also averted forming an abscess at the surgical site. The efficiency of the adhesive bandage was confirmed by the dynamics of hemostasiological indicators (activated partial thromboplastin time, prothrombin index, international normalized ratio, and fibrinogen), which reflect the intensity of the inflammatory reaction accompanying the healing of postoperative wounds. The prospect of further research is the development and clinical implementation of protective dressings that provide mechanical protection of surgical wounds and optimize the biological mechanisms of regeneration of surgical wounds.
      PubDate: 2022-02-23
      DOI: 10.32819/2022.10004
      Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2022)
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