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Articles by M. Heidari
Total Records ( 2 ) for M. Heidari
  Javad Tajik , Saeed Nazifi , M. Heidari and M. Babazadeh
  High prevalence of occurrence of abomasal ulcers has been reported in slaughtered water buffaloes. To evaluate the serum protein electrophoresis in water buffaloes with abomasal ulcers, the abomasums of 100 randomly selected water buffaloes were examined after slaughter. Electrophoresis separation of serum proteins was carried out using cellulose acetate strips. Type I abomasal ulcers were found in 56 buffaloes. The affected buffaloes had significantly lesser total globulin (p = 0.004) and γ-globulin (p = 0.038) and a higher albumin percent (p<0.001) and albumin to globulin ratio (p<0.001) in comparison to healthy water buffaloes. The affected buffaloes also had marginally significant lesser serum total protein (p = 0.068). Comparison of the measured serum factors between buffaloes with different ulcer locations in the abomasum revealed no significant difference. Separate evaluation of both sexes and different age groups of buffaloes showed no major difference in the results. Age revealed significant correlations with the serum concentration of γ-globulin (r = -0.2, p = 0.05), albumin/globulin ratio (r = 0.24, p = 0.018), albumin percent (r = 0.23, p = 0.024) and total globulin percent (r = -0.229, p = 0.025). Age also had marginally significant correlations with α-globulin percent (r = 0.187, p = 0.069) and γ-globulin percent (r = -0.188, p = 0.066). Although more work on a larger number of animals is required, it seems that the serum protein electrophoresis may be useful in diagnosis of type I abomasal ulcers in water buffalo.
  M.B. Miranzadeh , M. Heidari , A.R. Mesdaghinia and M. Younesian
  The objective of the study is surveying microbial quality of drinking water in Kashan rural areas and determining the rural population that using safe water in terms of microbial quality in second-half of 2008. In this cross-sectional study, microbial quality of water in all rural areas was determined in 3 stages based on 3 parameters as Total Coliforms, Fecal Coliforms and Heterotrophic Plate Count (HPC). The results of this study illustrates that 100.0, 47.71 and 92.99% population in under coverage and non under coverage areas of Kashan Rural Water and Wastewater Company (KRWWC) and all Kashan rural areas, respectively using safe water in terms of Fecal Coliforms and 98.4, 21.2 and 88.00% population in under coverage and non under coverage areas of KRWWC rural areas and all Kashan rural areas, respectively using safe water in terms of Total Coliforms. There is also a meaningful difference in microbial quality between under coverage and non-under coverage rural areas. The results of this study express that the fecal contamination in under coverage rural areas is excellent, but there is a bad condition in non-under coverage areas. Generally, the microbial quality in all Kashan rural areas is approximately equal to national microbial criteria. Its been also illustrated that the role of KRWWC in supplying safe drinking water in terms of microbial quality for rural population is very important.
 
 
 
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