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BHBA, NEFA and LDH have changed in fatty liver syndrome: An Abattoir-based study

Amirparviz Rezaeisaber, Daryoush Abdili, Farzad Noii, Javad Khanzadeh, Hossein Dehghan and Farzin Akhondi

Fatty liver syndrome (Hepatic lipidosis) or fat cow syndrome is a major metabolic disorder in many dairy cattle's in early period of lactation. The aim of this study was to evaluating fatty liver syndrome in dairy cattle in Tabriz by measurement of NEFA, LDH and BHBA serum values. In this inspection, age, body condition score and Pregnancy status of animals was investigated. Simultaneous inspection of animals, attempting to obtain blood samples of 10 ml of jugular vein was done by venoject. Blood samples taken near the ice and sent to the laboratory and after serum preparation were freezing inside the micro tube. At the time of testing, sera were defrosted and NEFA levels in serum by Randox kit and Auto analyzer were measured. In this study, levels of LDH and BHBA were measured by Pars test kits and by spectrophotometric method. Results showed that based on pearson's Correlation index there is a direct correlation between NEFA and LDH and BHBA serum values. This index indicates a direct effect of NEFA on LDH and BHBA serum values. Thus, with elevating of NEFA serum values, the LDH and BHBA values also increased.