Antioxidant Activity of Spirulina Powder in Male Rate with Adenine–Induced Chronic Renal Failure

Authors

  • Waleed Khaled Yonis1 , Ayyed Hameed Hassan2

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37506/mlu.v20i4.2082

Keywords:

Spirulina, Antioxidant, adenine–induced chronic renal failure.

Abstract

he present study aimed evaluate the role of spirulina in reduction the ability of adenine induction renal
failure and its complication in male rates. Twenty four adult male rats used in the present study and divided
into four groups, first group consider as control group, the second group received adenine (100 mg/kg)
intraperitoneal, while the third group receive mixed with feed and adenine (100 mg/kg) intraperitoneal
combined with spirulina powder (750 mg/kg) and the fourth group receive just spirulina powder (750
mg/kg) also with feed, the result showed experiment blood was collected to assessment kidney function
for (KIM-1, Ureaandcreatinine), lipid profile function test for (cholesterol, triglyceride, LDL and HDL).
parameter of antioxidant concentration for (SOD,GSH,MAD and ON).in the present study when treated by
adenine group that showed increases KIM, Urea and creatinine. the lipid profile results showed significance
increase (p?0.05) in Cholesterol,TG and LDL in the second group which administrated adenine while HDL
was decreased in the same group. . the results showed significance (p?0.05) decrease in the GSH, SOD and
increase in the MAD and No in the second group. Spirulina powder showed significance enhancement in the
most of parameters which studied to return near to the control group.

Author Biography

Waleed Khaled Yonis1 , Ayyed Hameed Hassan2

1
M.Sc. Student, 2Prof. Dr., College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Karbala, Karbala, Iraq

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Published

2020-11-18

How to Cite

Waleed Khaled Yonis1 , Ayyed Hameed Hassan2. (2020). Antioxidant Activity of Spirulina Powder in Male Rate with Adenine–Induced Chronic Renal Failure. Medico Legal Update, 20(4), 1682–1686. https://doi.org/10.37506/mlu.v20i4.2082