Sh.B. Turzhigitova, N.A. Zamanbekov, N.K. Kobdikova, Y.M. Korabayev, A.A. Zhylgeldiyeva
Sh.B. Turzhigitova*, N.A. Zamanbekov, N.K. Kobdikova, Y.M. Korabayev, A.A. Zhylgeldiyeva
Kazakh National Agrarian University, Abay Avenue, 8, Almaty, 050010, Kazakhstan.
Volume - 14,
Issue - 2,
Year - 2021
An analysis of the presented data testifies that in young calves, an immunodeficiency state, accompanied by an imbalance in the immune system often occurs. Therefore, in order to enhance the protective function of the body, a new multi-component environmentally friendly phytopreparation from local plant materials has been developed, the action of which is aimed at biocorrection and bio-normalization of metabolic processes in the body of calves. As a result of scientific research, the reliable data have been obtained that testify to the beneficial effect of the developed phytopreparation on humoral and cellular factors of immunity protection in calves. Studies have shown that the use of a phytopreparation promotes a pronounced stimulating effect on the quantitative values of the total protein and its fractional composition, immunoglobulins, lysozyme, bactericidal, complementary activity of blood serum, as well as phagocytic activity of blood cells.
Cite this article:
Sh.B. Turzhigitova, N.A. Zamanbekov, N.K. Kobdikova, Y.M. Korabayev, A.A. Zhylgeldiyeva. A New Environmentally Safe Phytopreparation increasing the Protective Function of Calves. Research J. Pharm. and Tech. 2021; 14(2):887-894. doi: 10.5958/0974-360X.2021.00158.X
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