Study of effectiveness of antibacterial therapy by the micro-spectral analysis method

  • Sergey Vladimirovich Akchurin Russian State Agrarian University - Moscow Timiryazev Agricultural Academy
Keywords: nucleonic acids and proteins, Stains all, spectral analysis, Klebsiellesis, enroflon


The method of fluorescent spectral analysis using the metachromatic fluorescent «Stains all» dye allows finding out the ratio of nucleic acid and proteins in the epithelium of the mucous membrane ferruterous stomach in the control group and infected with Klebsiella pneumoniae. The dynamics of changes in these ratios reflects the special aspects of the functional state of the cells in this zone normally, with klebsiellez disease and in its treatment. In the control group, it stayed within the gradual increase in their functional activity respectively to the increase in the age of the chickens. The changes of functional status of these cells in the infected chickens were complicated, depending on both the impact of the agent and from the action of the “Enroflon” drug. These findings can be taken into account in the formation of a fundamentally new approach to the question of the creation of modern technologies of prevention and treatment of klebsiellez.


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Author Biography

Sergey Vladimirovich Akchurin, Russian State Agrarian University - Moscow Timiryazev Agricultural Academy

Candidate of Veterinary Sciences, Associate Professor


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