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Comparative Molecular Study between Some Plant Extract and Tinidazole of Hydatid cysts in Basrah, Southern Iraq


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1 Veterinary Medicine colleges / Basrah university, Iraq
2 Education colleges of Biological science / Basrah University, Iraq
     

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Hydatid disease or Echinoccosis is one of the serious public health problems. This study was designed as a comparative molecular study between some plant extract and tinidazole of sheep hydatid cysts in Basrah province. In this study, 213 sheep were examined and the number of those infected with hydatid cysts was 75 (35.2 %). The results showed that hydatid cyst were detected successfully by performing PCR technique. In addition, Quercus aegilops has been shown the best plant extract for destroying all genes, the second plant extract which is Capparis spinosa showed destroying of two genes (G6-7, COI) and failed to destroy (sh4-1). Furthermore Prosopis fracta has showen to destroy only (G6-7) and tinidazole failed to destroy any of these genes used in this study.

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Hydatid disease or Echinoccosis is one of the serious public health problems. This study was designed as a comparative molecular study between some plant extract and tinidazole of sheep hydatid cysts in Basrah province. In this study, 213 sheep were examined and the number of those infected with hydatid cysts was 75 (35.2 %). The results showed that hydatid cyst were detected successfully by performing PCR technique. In addition, Quercus aegilops has been shown the best plant extract for destroying all genes, the second plant extract which is Capparis spinosa showed destroying of two genes (G6-7, COI) and failed to destroy (sh4-1). Furthermore Prosopis fracta has showen to destroy only (G6-7) and tinidazole failed to destroy any of these genes used in this study.
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Authors

Jalal Y. Mustafa
Veterinary Medicine colleges / Basrah university, Iraq
Ghazi Y. Azzal
Veterinary Medicine colleges / Basrah university, Iraq
Suzan A. Al-Azizz
Veterinary Medicine colleges / Basrah university, Iraq
Fatin A. Muatafa
Education colleges of Biological science / Basrah University, Iraq
Arwa R. Lazim
Education colleges of Biological science / Basrah University, Iraq

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Hydatid disease or Echinoccosis is one of the serious public health problems. This study was designed as a comparative molecular study between some plant extract and tinidazole of sheep hydatid cysts in Basrah province. In this study, 213 sheep were examined and the number of those infected with hydatid cysts was 75 (35.2 %). The results showed that hydatid cyst were detected successfully by performing PCR technique. In addition, Quercus aegilops has been shown the best plant extract for destroying all genes, the second plant extract which is Capparis spinosa showed destroying of two genes (G6-7, COI) and failed to destroy (sh4-1). Furthermore Prosopis fracta has showen to destroy only (G6-7) and tinidazole failed to destroy any of these genes used in this study.

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Hydatid disease or Echinoccosis is one of the serious public health problems. This study was designed as a comparative molecular study between some plant extract and tinidazole of sheep hydatid cysts in Basrah province. In this study, 213 sheep were examined and the number of those infected with hydatid cysts was 75 (35.2 %). The results showed that hydatid cyst were detected successfully by performing PCR technique. In addition, Quercus aegilops has been shown the best plant extract for destroying all genes, the second plant extract which is Capparis spinosa showed destroying of two genes (G6-7, COI) and failed to destroy (sh4-1). Furthermore Prosopis fracta has showen to destroy only (G6-7) and tinidazole failed to destroy any of these genes used in this study.



DOI: https://doi.org/10.37506/v14%2Fi1%2F2020%2Fijfmt%2F193048