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Articles by Seyed Ehsan Mousavi
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  Mehdi Yousefian , Masoud Hedayatifard , Shahram Fahimi , Mojtaba Shikholeslami , Mehdad Irani , Cyrus Amirinia and Seyed Ehsan Mousavi
  A study was conducted to investigate the effects of dietary GroBiotic-A (1-3%) on growth and blood profiles of kutum (Rutilus frisii kutum) fingerlings (0.78±0.19 g) compared to fish fed an unsupplemented prebiotic in diet. After 8 weeks of feeding on the experimental diets, total protein, albumin, creatinine, compleman 3, compleman 4 and IgM were significantly higher (p = 0.05), in fish fed GroBiotic-A with 3% than control group. Other biochemical parameter such as glucose, aspartate aminotransferase, alanine aminotransferase, creatine phosphokinase, cholesterol, blood urea nitrogen, amylase, calcium, iron, phosphorus and magnesium were measured and compared to the control group (0% GroBiotic-A), dietary GroBiotic-A had no effect on serum. There were no significant differences in growth parameters between experimental groups and control group (p = 0.05). These results indicate that fish blood profiles could be affected by prebiotics which should be taken into account in preparing formula feed for artificial rearing fish.
  Seyed Ehsan Mousavi and Mehdi Yousefian
  In the present study, Caspian brown trout (Salmo trutta caspius) were exposed to environmentally subchronic concentrations of mercury chloride. The effect of this contaminant on blood parameters was investigated. Salmo trutta caspius was exposed to 3.5, 4.8 and 10 μg L-1 of HgCl2 waterborne for 35 days. After 35 days of exposure, Red Blood Cell (RBC) count in three treated groups (1.3±0.02, 1.2±0.02 and 1.1±0.01, 106 mm-3, respectively), Hemoglobin content (9.2±0.3, 8.02±0.3 and 7.1±0.4, g dL-1, respectively), Hematocrit percentage (38.02±2.1, 39.3±2.6 and 34.1±1.8, respectively), Mean Corpuscular Volume (MCV; 257.4±48.7, 172.5±17.6 and 160.9±15.7 μm3, respectively) and Mean corpuscular Hemoglobin (MCH; 72.6±3.2, 61.7±2.5 and 59.6±2.4, pg, respectively) were decreased when compared to the control (RBC; 1.3±0.01, 106 mm-3, Hb; 9.6±0.2 g dL-1 Hematocrit percentage; 38.2±2.2, MCV; 268.7±41.4 μm3 and MCH; 73.5±2.8 pg). The number of white blood cells (WBC; 0.73±0.06, 0.86±0.06 and 0.93±0.09, 104 mm-3) and the Erythrocyte-Sedimentation Rate (ESR; 2.7±1.8, mm h-1) increased in mercuric chloride treated fish. Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin Concentration (MCHC) values in treated fish (30.7±4.4, 29.6±3.4 and 29.9±5.03%, respectively) were not different compared to control group (31.6±5.6%).
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