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Articles by Sri Anna Marliyati
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  Iskari Ngadiarti , Clara M. Kusharto , Dodik Briawan , Sri Anna Marliyati and Dondin Sajuthi
  The relationship between fatty acid composition with levels of amyloid beta and tau proteins in the cerebrospinal fluid is not widely known. The aim of this study was to assess the influence of catfish oil (CFO) and fermented catfish oil (FCFO) on cognitive functions (biology markers) aged female cynomolgus monkey (Cynomolgus fascicularis). Twelve aged female Cynomolgus were divided into 4 groups, each were fed with atherogenic iso calory with 0.2% cholesterol and 30% E (12% w/w), 3% from soybean oil, 9% from different fat sources, beeftallow (BFT), catfish oil (CFO), fermented cat fish oil (FCFO) and soybean oil (SBO). Cerebrospinal fluid was taken through suboccipital then kept at 20°C. Cognitive biology markers which were analyzed by using Tau and Aβ42ELISA kits. Changes in level of amyloid beta, tau protein and ratio of tau protein and amyloid beta were not statistically significant in the cynomolgus group four that were fed with BFT, FCFO, CFO and SBO, despite a trend toward increased levels of amyloid beta and decreased level of the tau protein / amyloid beta ratio were found in the group given with FCFO and CFO. In summary, FCFO and CFO intake capable to improve the cognitive function based on biological biomarkers.
  Nur Rahman , Sri Anna Marliyati , Muhammad Rizal Martua Damanik and Faisal Anwar
  Takokak is a potential source of antioxidants for scavenger free radical. This study carried out to examines the affect of ethanol concentration to the yield extract, total phenol and antioxidants activity in variety maturity stage takokak (Solanum torvum). Research design was experiment laboratorium. The yield was calculated by comparing the weight of extract with baseline weight, phenol assay using the Folin-Ciocalteu reagent and antioxidants activity assay using DPPH method. The result showed that ethanol concentration ethanol 70 and 96% was significantly affected the yield extract (p = 0.000) and (p = 0.000). Concentration 70 and 96% did not significantly affect on level phenol (p = 0.056) and (p = 0.342). Concentration 70% was significantly affected antioxidant activity (p = 0.014), but concentration 96% was not significanlyt affected (p = 0.114) on the variety maturity stage of Solanum torvum. The best extracts was ethanol extract 70% old dried mature fruits.
  Dewi Kartika Sari , Sri Anna Marliyati , Lilik Kustiyah and Ali Khomsan
  This study was aimed to evaluate the effect of administering biscuits enriched with albumin protein from snakehead fish, zinc and iron on immune response of under five children. This was pre-post, single blind, randomized control trial conducted in twenty eight preschool children aged 4-5 year attending Early Childhood Education (PAUD) in Pilar village, sub-district of Semplak, Bogor Regency, West Java. The children were randomly assigned to experimental group which receive biscuit with protein source from snakehead fish flour fortified with zinc and iron and control group which receive biscuit with protein source from milk. Both biscuits had a similar on protein and energy content of 13.34% and 503 kcal, respectively. A 60 g biscuits per day was consumed by the children for 56 days. Results showed that experimental biscuits (biscuits sourced snakehead fish protein) had a higher contribution on energy, protein, Zn and Fe than a control biscuits (biscuits sourced milk protein). Fish biscuit contribution to energy was 14.64% RDA, protein was 14.75% RDA, Zn was 53.52% RDA and Fe was 39.26% RDA. Milk biscuit contribution to energy was 9.40% RDA and protein was 4.29% RDA, Zn was 3.27% RDA and Fe was 5.80% RDA. T-test result showed that milk biscuit group was significantly different (p<0.05) than fish biscuit group on nutrient intakes and contribution to energy, protein, Zn and Fe RDA. Immunoglobulin (IgG) mean increase at the end of the study in fish biscuit group was higher, which was 0.88±0.58 mg/mL compared to milk biscuit group which was decreased by -60.31±81.76 mg/mL. Increase of albumin mean at the end of the study in fish biscuit group was higher, which was 0.48±0.32 g/dL compared to milk biscuit group which was 0.05±0.13 g/dL. T-test result showed that IgG and albumin difference in fish biscuit group was significantly (p<0.05) than milk biscuit group.
  Sri Anna Marliyati , Ahmad Sulaeman , Rizal Martua Damanik , Joffa Gusthianza and Guntari Prasetya
  The main objectives of this study were to analyze the efficacy of red palm oil (RPO) and carrot instant noodles in improving serum retinol levels, IgG levels and nutritional status compared to control group. RPO and carrot noodles were given to elementary school children 7-9 year of age (n = 11, respectively) once a day (50 g/ss) for 8 week. In quacy experimental design, the levels of serum retinol and IgG were measured twice in before and after intervention. Before intervention more than 60% children of control, RPO and carrot group had marginal vitamin A status, which had mean serum retinol of 17.57, 16.87 and 17.28 μg/dL, respectively. After intervention mean serum retinol were 21.32, 23.49 and 20.87 μg/dL, respectively and the percentage of marginal status of vitamin A were decreased. There were no significant differences in serum retinol levels among all groups before and after intervention. Mean IgG levels of control, RPO and carrot group were 2.05, 2.61 and 3.61 IU/mL at baseline and 5.30, 14.89 and 9.16 IU/mL as follow-up at end line, respectively. There were no significant differences in the IgG level among all group before intervention, while there were significant differences between IgG level of RPO versus control and carrot group after intervention. Mean nutritional status (weight for age) of control, RPO and carrot group were -1.73, -2.04 and -1,86 at baseline and -1.41, -1.77 and -1,46 as follow-up at end line, respectively. There were no significant differences in nutritional status among all groups before and after intervention.
  Sri Anna Marliyati , Drajat Martianto , Nuri Andarwulan and Soni Fauzi
  This research aimed to assess the efficacy of non-branded cooking oil fortified with carotene from red palm oil (RPO) on blood retinol and IgG level. Quasi-experimental pre- and post-treatment controlled trial design was applied in this study on 31 elementary school children aged 7-9 years, divided into control group (n = 16) and RPO group (n = 15). This research was conducted in Angsana Village, Leuwiliang Sub-district, located in Bogor Regency, Indonesia. The children’s families received non-branded cooking oil once a week (1 kg/week) for eight weeks. Retinol concentration and IgG level in blood were assessed at baseline and after eight weeks. Results showed that serum retinol level increased by 5.31 μg/dL (50.9%) in the RPO group and 3.25 μg/dL (29.8%) in the control group. Statistical tests showed that serum retinol levels in both groups were not significantly different (p>0.05), either before or after the intervention. Similar results were shown in the delta of serum retinol level before and after the intervention between the RPO and control groups (p = 0.062). Based on the paired t-test, serum retinol levels in both groups were significantly different before and after the intervention (p = 0000). The average of vitamin A sufficiency increased in both groups, but only the RPO group that was categorized as sufficient. The average of IgG level in the control group was significantly different from the RPO group before the intervention (p<0.05), but there were no differences between control group and RPO group after the intervention. Intervention using non-branded cooking oil fortified with carotene from RPO tended to increase blood retinol level but did not increase IgG level.
  Eliza , Sri Anna Marliyati , Rimbawan and Adi Teruna Effendi
  The objectives of this study were to: analyze socio-economic characteristics; analyze nutritional status; analyze antioxidant (vitamin C, vitamin E, and selenium) and fiber intakes; analyze physical activity; and analyze the association between nutritional status, antioxidant and fiber intakes, as well as physical activity with blood lipid profile in coronary heart disease patients. The design of this study was cross-sectional. The research site was Pusri Medika Hospital in Palembang. The results showed that there were significant associations between age and total cholesterol levels (OR = 3.333; 95% CI: 1.050-10.586), physical activity and total cholesterol levels (OR = 3.300; 95% CI: 1.022-10.654), vitamin E intake and total cholesterol levels (OR = 3.929: 95% CI: 1.185-13.021), fiber intake and total cholesterol levels (OR = 4.875; 95% CI: 1.483-16.023), BMI and LDL-C levels (OR = 4.286; 95% CI: 0.933-19.678), as well as body fat percentage and triglyceride levels (OR = 4.583; 95% CI: 1.298-16.182).h
  Wiwit Estuti , Sri Anna Marliyati , M. Rizal Martua Damanik and Budi Setiawan
  Background and Objectives: The number of menopausal women is estimated to continue to increase; therefore, as more women experience menopause, more health problems will emerge as a consequence. Black soybeans and red rice are known to have a high antioxidant content that can reduce the effect of free radical damage and prevent degenerative diseases in menopausal women. The objective of this study was to examine the potential of a cream soup made from a combination of black soybeans and red rice to improve lipid profiles [cholesterol total, triglycerides, High Density Lipoprotein-Cholesterol (HDL-C) and Low Density Lipoprotein-Cholesterol (LDL-C)] and control oxidative stress markers [malondialdehyde (MDA) and superoxide dismutase (SOD)] among menopausal women. Materials and Methods: This was an experimental trial with a crossover design. Eight menopausal women in Ciherang village, Dramaga Subdistrict in Bogor, West Java, were randomly assigned to the control group (n = 4) and the treatment group (n = 4) for 2×4-week periods of daily treatment with a 4-week washout period between the intervention periods. The treatment group consumed approximately 50 g of cream soup made from black soybeans and red rice, while the control group consumed cream soup made from white rice. Blood samples were taken in the morning on days 1, 29, 43 and 71 of the intervention and analyzed for serum cholesterol, triglycerides, HDL-C, LDL-C, MDA and SOD levels. Results: The results showed that the differences in cholesterol and triglyceride levels between the post-and pre-intervention periods in the treatment group were not significantly different from those in the control group. The differences in HDL-C and LDL-C levels between the post- and pre-intervention periods in the treatment group were significantly different from those in the control group. The difference in serum MDA levels between the post- and pre-intervention periods, which had decreased in the treatment group, was significantly different from that in the control group, which had increased (p<0.05). The difference in serum SOD levels between the post-and pre-intervention periods, which had increased in the treatment group, was significantly different from that of the control group, which had decreased (p<0.05). Conclusion: This study revealed that a functional cream soup made from a combination of black soybeans and red rice has the potential to improve lipid profiles and control oxidative stress among menopausal women.
 
 
 
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