Study the Effect of Pregnancy on the Levels of both Cholesterol and AlbuminIn Pregnant Ewes
Zainab.S. Alallk, Maytham.A. Dragh,and Sara.T. Rzak
Corresponding Author : Maytham.A,
Department of Biology, College of Life Science, Misan University, Iraq.
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Received : 2017-07-19 Accepted : 2017-08-28 Published : 2017-08-28
Abstract : Blood samples were collected from ten pregnant goats every two weeks for the period of March-August, and blood serum was extracted for using analysis of albumin and cholesterol. The results showed that levels of albumin were gradually decreased with the progress of pregnancy while cholesterol levels remained about normal rates compared to non-pregnant ewes, and the lowest level of albumin was on the fifth month of pregnancy about 21.4 gm/l, while cholesterol is highest in the same month it was about 1.84 gm/l. The study of these biochemical indicators gives a clear idea for the researcher and specialist in the medical field about these vehicles and the importance of them in understanding the body's metabolism and physiology beside the risk of imbalance of these measurements in increase or decrease on the lives of both the mother and the fetus
Keywords : blood serumï¼Œ albuminï¼Œcholesterolï¼Œewesï¼Œpregnancy
Citation : Maytham.A et al. (2017). Study the Effect of Pregnancy on the Levels of both Cholesterol and Albumin In Pregnant Ewes. J. of Advancement in Medical and Life Sciences. V5I3. DOI : 10.15297/JALS.V5I3.03
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