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Title: โรคบาบีเซียในโค : การเตรียม การเพาะเลี้ยง การถนอมและเก็บแช่แข็งเชื้อบาบีเซีย โบวิส : รายงานผลการวิจัย
Other Titles: Bovine babesiosis : preparation, cultivation and cryopreservation of Babesia bovis
Authors: สุวรรณี นิธิอุทัย
มานพ ม่วงใหญ่
Email: sudchit.c@chula.ac.th
mmanop@chula.ac.th
Other author: จุฬาลงกรณ์มหาวิทยาลัย. คณะสัตวแพทยศาสตร์
Subjects: โค -- โรค
โรคบาบีเซีย
โรคบาบีเซียในโคกระบือ
โคกระบือ -- การติดเชื้อ
สิ่งมีชีวิตเซลล์เดียว -- การเก็บรักษาโดยการแช่แข็ง
Issue Date: 2541
Publisher: จุฬาลงกรณ์มหาวิทยาลัย
Abstract: Requirement of Babesia spp maintenance for experiments in various aspects is crucial. In this study, a thai strain of Babesia bovis was inoculated to splencetomized calves. During a high parasitaemia, they were bled for cryopreservaton and in vitro cultvation. Parasitized erythrocytes have been cryopreserved for future use by mixing with 3 cryoprotectants and freezing at -70℃ in liquid ntrogen. The cryoprotectants are glyccrolyte (electrolyte-based balanced), sorbitol-based and glycerol in phosphate buffered soluton (PBS). After cryopreservation for 6 weeks, viability of the parasited were assessed by morphologically observatons of Giemsa stained smears. The results revealed that glycerol-PBS cryopreserved blood were recovered unsuccessfully in bovine erythrocytes and free exoerythrocytic babesial parasites. Glycerolyte and sorbitol-based cryoprotectants gave satsfactory results. Besides, glycerolyte provided a better cryopreserved property than sorbitol-based for exoerythrocytic Babesia. The babesial parasitized erythrocytes were also maintained and propagated in in vitro cultivation for a short term. However, unsatisfactory results has been shown in both under the conditions of 85-90% humidity, 37℃ and 5% CO₂ or 2%O₂, 5%CO₂ and 93%N₂ Attempts to develop a propered culture technique should be considered.
URI: http://cuir.car.chula.ac.th/handle/123456789/30885
Type: Technical Report
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