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Vitamino D, kalcitonino ir parathormono kiekių kaita karvių kraujo serume bei reikšmė mineralinių medžiagų apykaitos procesams

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dc.contributor.author Jarulė, Virginija
dc.date.accessioned 2017-08-21T08:26:10Z
dc.date.available 2017-08-21T08:26:10Z
dc.date.issued 2005
dc.identifier.uri http://repository.lsmuni.lt/handle/1/70010
dc.description.abstract Change particularities of the blood serum levels of vitamin D, calcitonin and parathyroid hormone were analysed in healthy cows of different feeding, age and productivity and in sick cows with metabolic diseases. It was investigated how biochemical indicators vary in cows with metabolic diseases (parturient paresis, osteomalacia and mastitis) and the most informative indicators for diagnostics of these diseases (for levels of calcium, phosphorus and magnesium) were determined. Obtained findings were processed statistically. The method of electrochemiluminescence analysis used for analysis of the blood serum levels of PTH in humans was applied. Compared with radioimmunic method, this method is not expensive and quite fast; in addition, this method is sensitive and reliable, because it permits to detect low levels of PTH in the blood serum (up to 0.127 pmol/l). The method of chemiluminescence immunometric analysis used to find the level of CT in humans was tested. Also the method of immunoferment analysis (ELISA) was tested to measure the blood serum level of 25-OH vitamin D in cattle using human antibodies.
dc.language.iso eng
dc.subject 25-OH vitamin D
dc.subject Calcitonin
dc.subject Parathormonas
dc.subject Kalcitoninas
dc.subject Karvės
dc.subject Parathyroid hormone
dc.subject 25-OH vitaminas D
dc.subject Cows
dc.title Vitamino D, kalcitonino ir parathormono kiekių kaita karvių kraujo serume bei reikšmė mineralinių medžiagų apykaitos procesams
dc.title.alternative Variation of blood serum vitamin D, calcitonin, parathyroid hormone levels in cows and their importance for processes of mineral metabolism
dc.type Disertacijos santrauka


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