Sumartono s
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta

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Study of Tissue Cyst Formation Time of Toxoplasma gondii in Mice

Jurnal Kedokteran Hewan Vol 1, No 2 (2007): J. Ked. Hewan
Publisher : Syiah Kuala University

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 The purpose of the research was to study a tissue cyst formation time Toxoplasma gondiiexperimentally. A number of 84 mice were divided randomly into four groups. Each group consisted of 21mice. The mice of the group I were infected with 101, II with 102 and III with 10 tachyzoites respectivelyintraperitoneally, whereas the group IV as a control (not infected with tachyzoites). All infected micewere treated with sulfadiazine, 15 mg/mouse per oral diluted in drinking water, for 5 days. On first untiltwenty first day after treatment one mouse of each group was necropsied. Liver, lymph, kidney, lung,heart, brain, or diaphragm muscle were then taken for histological preparations. Data on tissue cystformation time was analysed descriptively. The research revealed that innoculation with tachyzoites 103cyst could be found on day 14th after infection of liver, 102 cyst was found on the 6 day of liver, in day7th in heart and brain on day 10th of after infection, 103 cyst was found on day 4th inheart and brain in day 7thth in liver, day 6 after infection, while in the control dosage there is no formation similar to cyst found.Keywords: cyst, tissue, T. gondii, mice th1

A Development of Homolog Sequence of Eimeria tenella Partial Genome as a Probe for Molecular Diagnosis of Coccidiosis

Indonesian Journal of Biotechnology Vol 10, No 1 (2005)
Publisher : Universitas Gadjah Mada

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The goal of the research was to develop a homolog sequence of Eimeria tenella partial genome as a molecularprobe for diagnose coccidiosis using dot blot method. A probe of homolog sequence of E.tenella partial genomeand a non radioactive label, dig-11-dUTP, were used for this research. Four concentrations of molecular probelabeled with dig-11-dUTP, namely, 158,33 pg/μl, 52,25 pg/μl, 15,83 pg/μl and 5,225 pg/μl were tested to detect0,6551 μg DNA target. The procedure of labeling and hybridization detection between DNA target with themolecular probe labeled with dig-11-dUTP were carried out with Digh high prime DNA labeling and detectionstarter Kit I. The conclusion of the research was that 52,25 pg/μl molecular probe or more which its sequenceGGCA CAGTATCCTCCTTCAGGGCAGGG CTCGCACTGGTCAAA CGCGG TAC CATT could detect DNAtarget by dot blot method.Keywords: coccidiosis, E. tenella genome, molecular probe, dot blot hybridization

DETECTION OF SAG1 AND BAG1 Toxoplasma gondii DNA PROBES LABELLED WITH DIGOXIGENIN-11-dUTP

Jurnal Kedokteran Hewan Vol 7, No 1 (2013): J. Ked. Hewan
Publisher : Syiah Kuala University

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The objective of this research was to detect a minimum concentration of the probes that could be used for dot blot hybridization analysis. The method required labeled DNA probes. In this study a non-radioactive label of Digoxigenin-11-dUTP was used for labeling the Sag1 and the Bag1 of Toxoplasma gondii DNA probe. Labeling method for the probes was done according to the random primed labeling technique. The result showed that 0.67 pg/µl Sag1 probe and 0.58 pg/µl Bag1 probe could be detected by anti-Dig-antibody. It could be concluded that 0.67 pg/µl Sag1 probe and 0.58 pg/µl Bag1 probe could be used to diagnose toxoplasmosis by dot blot hybridization method.