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journal of Basic Medical Veterinary
Published by Universitas Airlangga
ISSN : 23026820     EISSN : 27749959     DOI : https://dx.doi.org/10.20473
This journal published original articles, review articles, and case studies in Indonesian or English, in the scope of JBMV has a broad coverage of relevant topics across veterinary basic medical sciences which includes: preclinical and paraclinical disciplines like Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Pathology, Microbiology, Pharmacology and Medical Education.
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Detection of eae Gene as A Marker Strain EPEC (Enteropathogenic Escherichia coli) in Chicken Meat Sold at Some Traditional Markets in Surabaya Amirul Muslim Amrullah; Fedik Abdul Rantam; Dadik Raharjo; Wiwiek Tyasningsih; Agnes Theresia Soelih Estoepangestie; Martia Rani Tacharina
Journal of Basic Medical Veterinary Vol. 11 No. 1 (2022): Journal of Basic Medical Veterinary, June 2022
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/jbmv.v11i1.31134

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This study aimed to detect the presence of eae gene in E. coli from chicken meat sold at the traditional market Surabaya. Identification of bacteria was carried out in several stages, inoculated on pre-enrichment media using Buffered Peptone Water (BPW), planting on Levine’s Eosin Methylene Blue Agar (L-EMB) media, suspected colonies on L-EMB were subjected to Triple Sugar Iron Agar (TSIA) and Indol test for the confirmation of E. coli. The confirmed E. coli isolates were tested by Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) to determine the presence of the eae gene. The results showed that E. coli could be identified in 28 out of 100 (28%) chicken meat samples, and eae gene was detected in three E. coli isolates (11%).
The Effect of Transfer Factor Formula on Increasing Lymphocytes and Survival Rate of Koi Fish (Cyprinus carpio) Infected by Aeromonas hydrophila Muhammad Robby Abdillah; Mirni Lamid; Darmawan Setia Budi
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/jbmv.v11i1.36158

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This study aimed to determine the effect of transfer factor on the number of fish blood lymphocytes and survival rate in koi fish infected with Aeromonas hydrophila. This Study implemented with method observation experimental with total lymphocytes and Survival rate on every treatment. Treatment shared into 4 groups namely P0 (not given Transfer factor and infected Aeromonas hydrophila), P1 (given 100 mg of transfer factor and then infected with Aeromonas hydrophila), P2 (given 200 mg of transfer factor and then infected with Aeromonas hydrophila), P3 (given 300 mg of transfer factor and then infected with Aeromonas hydrophila). Data obtained analyzed with analysis of variables (ANOVA) with using device soft SPSS 25 For Windows. Results obtained on study is Giving Transfer factors could Increase Amount Lymphocytes on Koi Fish (Cyprinus carpio). Giving Transfer factors could Increase graduation life or Survival Rate (SR) Koi Fish.Best dose on giving Transfer factor in increase total lymphocytes and increase Survival Rate (SR) on Koi fish is 200 mg.
Most Probable Number of Coliform on Beef from Krian Abattoir, Sidoarjo Sambang Dewi Pratiwi; Nenny Harijani; Suryanie Sarudji; Budiarto Budiarto; Soelih Estoepangestie
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/jbmv.v11i1.36476

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The problem on food health is the high amount of bacterial contamination of food served by food industries. The quality of beef can be affected by the level of bacterial contamination in meat. Coliform is a group of bacteria used as a sanitary hygiene indicator. The purpose of this study is to measure the value of MPN Coliform in beef at Krian’s abattoir of district Sidoarjo. Thirty samples were taken from the abattoir of Krian, Sidoarjo. Most Probable Number was used to determine the level of Coliform's contaminate beef. The results showed that all beef samples at abattoir were contaminated with Coliform. The average contaminant levels was 706,76 MPN/g. Twenty six samples exceed the maximum limit of Coliform bacteria contamination in accordance with Indonesian National Standard (SNI). The highest Coliform MPN value is ≥ 1600 MPN / g, whereas the lowest MPN Coliform value is 8 MPN/g.
Prevalence of Trypanosomiasis in Wild Rats in Banyuwangi District Zhaza Afililla; Setiawan Koesdarto; Hani Plumeriastuti; Muchammad Yunus; Lucia Tri Suwanti
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/jbmv.v11i1.36478

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The aim of this research was to investigate the number of prevalence of Trypanosomiasis of wild rats in Banyuwangi District. Sixty wild rats were trapped from 4 sub-districts, Banyuwangi, Srono, Songgon, and Tegaldlimo in human residence, markets and rice fields from March until June 2017. Blood were taken after anaesthetized using ether. The examination of parasite used blood smear in Giemsa staining. The result show that just 1 of 60 blood sample was appear Trypanosoma sp., it means the prevalence of Trypanosomiasis of wild rats in Banyuwangi was 1.67%.
The Effect of Mimosa Pudica Root Extract on Cerebrum Histopathological of Rattus Norvegicus Induced with Naja Sputatrix Venom Roselia Yuliani Permatasari; Eka Pramyrtha Hestianah; Djoko Legowo; Kadek Rachmawati; Zainal Arifin
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/jbmv.v11i1.36485

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The aim of this study was to know the effect of Mimosa pudica root extract on histopathological appearance of Rattus norvegicus brain induced by Naja sputatrix venom. Thirty rats were divided into 5 groups. There were 2 control groups and 3 treatment groups, which was given 250, 500, and 1000 mg/kg BW of Mimosa pudica root extract orally. The first 7 days each group was adapted to the environment. On the 8th day, the treatment was started by injecting Naja sputatrix LD50 (0,13 L/gram BW) IM in gluteus muscle, continued with giving Mimosa pudica root extract orally for the treatment groups 5 minutes after venom injection. 6 hours after the last treatment, rats were killed by cervical dislocation, injected with formalin 10% in the heart, then necropsied. Histopathological evaluation was done to score brain damage based on meningitis, perivascular cuffing, and necrotic cells using HE stain with 1000x magnification. The result showed 1000 mg/kg BW dosage of Mimosa pudica root extract can reduce brain damage based on meningitis, perivascular cuffing, and necrotic cells in Rat (Rattus norvegicus) caused by Naja sputatrix venom and gave significant difference (p < 0.05) among the treatment groups.
The Efficacy of Putrimalu Root Extract (Mimosa pudica) Against Mortality and Histopathological of Rat Muscles Injected Naja sputatrix Venom Briantono Willy Rendragraha; Djoko Legowo; Suryo Kuncorojakti; Sri Chusniati; Arimbi Arimbi
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/jbmv.v11i1.36486

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The purpose of this experiment was to know the effect of Mimosa pudica root extract (normal water extraction) on mortality and muscle histopatological in experimental animal (Rattus norvegicus) which injected with LD50 of Naja sputatrix venom. Fresh Mimosa pudica root dried without sunshine and ground into coarse powder with steamroller (mash 3mm). Plant extract were prepared by stirring 4 g of the powder into 200 ml of water for 3 hours at room temperature and filtered with muslin cloth before freezdried. 30 rat divided into five groups, P0(C+), P1(C-) P2, P3, and P4. P0 (positive control group) injected by saline intra muscular and given aquadest peroral after five minutes, P1 (negative control) injected with Naja sputatrix venom and given aquadest peroral after five minutes. P2, P3, and P4 injected by Naja sputatrix venom and given Mimosa pudica extract with 250mg/KgBW, 500mg/KgBW, and 1000mg/KgBW doses. All of the experimental animal observed about six hours and than euthanized, musculus gluteus maximus (location of injection) was taken for histopatological examination. In this experiment observed that the normal water extraction of mimosa pudica can’t reduce mortality of experimental animals but it can decrease muscle damage in 1000mg/KgBW dose.
Epidemiological Study of Suspected Occurrence of Foot and Mouth Disease in Lamongan Regency Rahendra Prasetya Eko Sudarsono
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/jbmv.v11i1.37197

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Lamongan is the epicenter of aphtae epizootica disease. Symptoms of the disease appeared from the newly purchased cattle in Balungpanggang District, Gresik Regency. Symptoms that appear hypersalivation, decreased appetite, panting, slightly feverish body temperature. This review was conducted by collecting primary data through field observations and supported by references from the Google Scholar database with the keywords foot and mouth diseases, aphtae epizootica and infectious diseases. The pattern of distribution is mainly cattle traffic, weak biosecurity in cattle pens and livestock transportation means for sending cattle from or to the animal market. Based on a descriptive analysis of the results of surveillance, investigation and sample testing indicating an outbreak of an infectious disease suspected to be FMD in Lamongan Regency according to the definition of an outbreak according to Law No. 18 of 2009 concerning Livestock and Animal Health and Government Regulation No. 47 of 2014 concerning Disease Control and Prevention. Animal. The direct impact in the form of economic losses due to illness and death if the outbreak is not controlled is estimated to be quite significant.

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