LEVELS OF SELECTED INDICATORS IN THE BLOOD SERUM OF HORSES AND THEIR CORRELATION DEPENDENCY

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Abstracts Special issue on Animal Physiology 2013, vol. 2, Abstracts special issue
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Article type: Biotechnology of Biotechnology
Abstract: In this study 26 sport horses (14 mares and 12 stallions) were included in the trial. The content of urea, total proteins (TP), glucose (GLU), cholesterol (CHOL), triglycerides (TG), bilirubin (BILI), AST, ALT, GGT and ALP was determined in the blood serum. Levels of monitoring indicators in stallions and mares were balanced. Significant difference (P<0.05) was recorded only in total proteins and AST content between stallions and mares. Other differences were statistically non significant. Medium correlation was found between UREA:AST (stallions), UREA:BILI (stallions), UREA:TG (mares), UREA:GLU (stallions), UREA:TP, TP:ALP (stallions, mares), TP:GTT (stallions, mares), TP:GLU (stallions), GLU:GGT (mares), CHOL:ALP (stallions), CHOL:GGT (stallions), TG:ALP (stallions), TG:GGT (stallions), TG:BILI (mares), BILI:GGT (stallions), AST:GGT (stallions), ALT:GGT (stallions), GGT:ALP (stallions). A high correlation was found between UREA:ALP (stallions), TG:BILI (stallions), BILI:ALP (stallions), AST:ALT (stallions).
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