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Articles by Shahram Javadi
Total Records ( 2 ) for Shahram Javadi
  Hossein Tajik , Mosa Tavassoli , Shahram Javadi and Hojat Baghebani
  The aim of this study was to evaluate the prevalence rate of Linguatula serrata nymphs in lung, liver and Mesenteric Lymph Nodes (MLNs) of river buffaloes in Urmia City (Iran). Result showed that samples of MLN, liver and lung collected from 15, 2 and 2 buffaloes were infected by the final larva or nymph of L. serrata, respectively. Five out of 43 (11.6%) female and 10 out of 37 (27%) male buffaloes had nymphs in their MLNs. It is concluded that some basic strategies such as sanitation, strict slaughterhouse inspection and proper cooking of viscera are useful in combating the parasite.
  Goudarz Sadeghi-Hashjin , Mahdieh Moslemi and Shahram Javadi
  The aim of the present study was to study the effect of two selected agents of this group on blood glucose levels in an animal model. Forty-two adult male mice were divided into 7 groups of 6 each. Animals were exposed by their entire tail for 10 sec once a day for 7 successive days to either 0, 0.1, 1, or 10% azynphos methyl (AZP) malathion (MLT). On days 1, 4 and 8, a small drop of blood was taken from tail of the animals that had been kept fasted overnight. Blood glucose levels were measure using a glucometer. The animals then were fed and after 1 h the blood glucose measurement was performed again. Results of this study indicated that the administration of organophosphate agents significantly prevented from the rise of blood glucose after feeding in comparison to the control animals. This reached the level of statistical significance on day 1 with MLT 1% (p<0.001). It is concluded that exposure with organophosphate pesticides may suppress excessive blood glucose levels with no effect on the basal blood glucose in the fasting animals.
 
 
 
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