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Parasitemia of Male White Mice (Mus musculus L.) DDY Strain Infected with Trypanosoma evansi Pidie and Pemalang Isolate Sari, Febiola Rama; Fahrimal, Yudha; Balqis, Ummu; Subekti, Didik T; Wardana, Aprilia
Jurnal Medika Veterinaria Vol 8, No 2 (2014): J. Med. Vet.
Publisher : UNIVERSITAS SYIAH KUALA

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This study aimed to find out the parasitemia of DDY white mice infected with T. evansi of Pidie and Pemalang isolates obtained from Bbalitvet Bogor. A total of 12 mice were divided into 3 treatment groups. Group 1 (K1) without any treatment, group 2 (K2) was inoculated with 104 T. evansi Pidie isolate, and group 3 (K3) was inoculated with 104 T. evansi Pemalang isolate. Parasitemia examination was carried out every two days and the level of parasitemia was observed as well. Parasitemia examination was conducted until all mice died. Parasitemia of mice infected with Pidie isolate was characterized by rapid rise of parasitemia in blood (107-108/mL of blood) in a short time (2-4 days) since first parasitemia was detected and followed by death at day 4. The parasitemia of mice infected with Pemalang isolate increased in the blood (108-109/mL of blood) on day 4 and maintained for a few more days and then fluctuated for a few more days before the animal was dead. In conclusion, there was the difference in parasitemia level between Pidie and Pemalang isolates. Key words: Trypanosoma evansi, parasitemia, Pidie isolate, Pemalang isolate
TINGKAT PARASITEMIA MENCIT PUTIH (Mus musculus L.) JANTAN GALUR DDY DIINFEKSI Trypanosoma evansi ISOLAT PIDIE DAN PEMALANG (Parasitemia Level of Male White Mice (Mus musculus L.) DDY Strain Infected with Trypanosoma evansi of Pidie and Pemalang Isolate) Sari, Febiola Rama; Fahrimal, Yudha; Balqis, Ummu; Wardana, Aprilia; Hambal, Muhammad
Jurnal Medika Veterinaria Vol 9, No 2 (2015): J. Med. Vet.
Publisher : Universitas Syiah Kuala

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This study aimed to observe parasitemia of DDY white mice infected with T. evansi of Pidie and Pemalang isolates obtained from Balai Besar Penelitian Veteriner (BBPV) Bogor. Twelve DDY mice were divided into 3 groups, each group consisted of 4 mice. Mice in the first group were not treated with any treatment. The second group was inoculated with 104 T. evansi Pidie isolate and the third group was inoculated with 104 T. evansi of Pemalang isolate. Mice blood were collected every two days from tail vein for parasitemia examination. Parasitemia examination was conducted until all mice die. The results indicate that there was difference in parasitemia level between the two isolates. Parasitemia of mice infected with Pidie isolate characterized by rapid rise of parasitemia in blood (107-108/mL of blood) in a short time (2-4 days) since first parasitemia was detected and followed by death at day 4. While the parasitemia of mice infected with Pemalang isolate increased in the blood (108-109/mL of blood) on day 4 and maintained for a few more days and then fluctuated for a few more days before the animal died.Key words: Trypanosoma evansi, parasitemia, Pidie isolate, Pemalang isolate
MORTALITAS DAN PROFIL HEMATOLOGI MENCIT YANG DIINFEKSI Trypanosoma evansi ISOLAT BANGKALAN, PEMALANG DAN PIDIE [Mortality and Haematology Profiles of Mice Infected with Trypanosoma evansi from Bangkalan, Pemalang and Pidie Isolates] Subekti, Didik T; Febria, Mutiara; Sari, Febiola Rama; Hartiyati, Indri N
BERITA BIOLOGI Vol 12, No 2 (2013)
Publisher : Research Center for Biology-Indonesian Institute of Sciences

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14203/beritabiologi.v12i2.531

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Trypanosoma evansi known as trypanosomiasis causes or called surra in animals. Trypanosomiasis-associated death were generally due to severe anemia. Another report mentioned that a rapid death of mice can be attributed to the several reasons. One of those reasons is highly parasitaemia that leads to death of the host. However, there is another distinct report that high parasitemia in mice does not necessarily lead to anemia and clinical symptoms. This research was focused to study the relationship between trypanosomiasis-associated death with haematology profile, particularly the decrease of PCV (packed cell volume) value, anemia and virulence of T. evansi collected from several region of Indonesia. The experiments were performed by dividing mice into four groups. Three groups were infected by T.evansi according to the original isolates while another group were uninfected mice. Every two-day interval, all mice were observed their mortality and parasitaemia and also examined the PCV value and erythrocyte counts in peripheral blood. The experimental results shown that the degree of parasitemia in mice were not always related to mice mortality and anemia. Decreases of PCV value were related to the existence of parasitaemia but not with anemia. This study suggests that there is no relationship between the decreases of PCV value and anemia to the trypanosomiasis-associated death in mice.