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Online Journal of Veterinary Research

Volume 22 (1):1-6, 2018.


Effect of Omega 3 fatty acid on lead ion anodic current peak in blood of rabbits measured by cyclic voltammetry.

 

Muhammed Mizher Radhi1, Bahaa Fakhri Hussein2, Ahmed Adeeb Mohamed2

 

1. Radiology, Health and Medical Technology College-Baghdad, Middle Technology University, Iraq 2. College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq

 

ABSTRACT

 

Radhi MM, Hussein BF, Mohamed AA., Effect of Omega 3 fatty acid on lead ion anodic current peak in blood of rabbits measured by cyclic voltammetry, Onl J Vet Res 22 (1):1-7, 2018. One cause of autism is lead contamination in pregnant women or children. We describe effect of lead ions with or without omega 3 fatty acid supplement on anodic peak currents (oxidation) measured by cyclic voltammetry in blood of groups of 5 NZ white female rabbits each, 9 times for 9 weeks. The omega compound reduced (P < 0.05) current oxidation peak of lead ions from 16.8 uA to 2.49 uA and concentration of lead ions in blood 12.138 to 0.353 mg/l. The findings suggest that omega may reduce lead ion oxidation in blood of rabbits.

 

Keywords: Lead ions, Blood Medium, Cyclic Voltammetry, GCE, Omega3, Rabbit.


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