Proceedings of the 1st International Conference in One Health (ICOH 2017)

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Effect of Insulin Transferrin Selenium Administration on Rat's Cultured In Vitro Embryo Post Warming After being Frozen using Vitrification Method

Widjiati Widjiati, Epy Muhammad Luqman, Viski Fitri Hendrawan, Portia Sumarsono
Success of embryo transfer is determined by availability of a plenty of amount of embryo stock. To make embryo stock remain in good quality, it is necessary to have an easy, cheap, simple and effective storage method. One of the storage methods is vitrification. Success of vitrification method is still...
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Baseline Survey As A Framework Of Rabies Control Program In Supporting West Java To Be Rabies Free In The Year Of 2018

Yusuf Ridwan, Etih Sudarnika, Abdul Zahid Ilyas, Denny W Lukman, Koekoeh Santoso, Agus Wijaya, Ronald Tarigan, Sri Murtini, Usmah Afiff, Dordia A Rotinsulu, Arif Ridi, I Wayan T Wibawan
West Java province is one of 24 provinces in Indonesia which is known as not rabies free. West Java is planned to be rabies free in the year of 2018. In supporting of West Java rabies free programs, Baseline survey as a the basis of control programs was conducted in the Jampang Tengah and Cisolok Sub-District...
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Efficacy of Moringa oleifera Leaf Powder as Nutrigenomic Therapy Against Malnutrition and Metabolic Perturbation Related Diseases: a Preliminary Study of Madura Islands Variety

Hendra Susanto, Tinny Endang Hernowati, M. Rasjad Indra
Malnutrition and metabolic disease are the major problem of global population during the last few decades. The increasing of infant mortality related under caloric protein diet was reported in the developing countries. Moreover, metabolic perturbation caused by nutrient deficiency is the advanced physiological...
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Prevalence of Cryptosporidium Infection In Cattle From Ciamis And Tasikmalaya West Java Indonesia

Umi Cahyaningsih, Sarah Friska Manalu, Bambang Rifky Yudyantoro, Arifin Budiman Nugraha, Fadjar Satrija, Yusuf Ridwan
Cryptosporidium is a genus of protozoan parasite and causes a diarrheae illness in mammals including animals and humans. The source of infection Cryptosporidium is oocysts that are sporulated and infective when excreted in the feces and resulting environmental contamination. Cryptosporidiosis can be...
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Identification of Helminth Parasites In Dairy Cow Through Feces Examination in The Koperasi Unit Desa (KUD) Karangploso Malang

Nurina Titisari, Nurprimadita Rosendiani, Djoko Winarso, Rahadi Swastomo
Helminth infections of ruminants is a major constraint on efficient livestock production (Charlier et al, 2014). Livestock disease caused by parasitic worms may harm the economy, because it can reduce the results of livestock that involves death, weight loss, retarded growth, and low fertility. Indonesia...
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Blood Glucose Level Measurement as an Early Detection to Prevent The Incidence of Feline Diabetes Mellitus in Veterinary Medicine Faculty of Brawijaya University's Animal Clinic

Agri Kaltaria Anisa, Aulanni'am Aulanni'am, Dhita Evi Aryani, Wawid Purwatiningsih
Diabetes Mellitus (DM) is a chronic condition of carbohydrate metabolism disorders caused by relative or absolute insulin deficiency. DM is a common disease not only in humans, but also pet animals such as cats. The most common type of diabetes in cats, also known as Feline Diabetes Mellitus (FDM), is...
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Feline Cystitis in Himalayan Cats : a Case Report

Dodik Prasetyo, Gede Eko Darmono
2-year-old, Molly cat with a male gender came with owners to Animal Clinic Education Faculty of Veterinary Medicine University of Brawijaya. Cats come with complaints of vomiting and previously with dysuria less 2 days. Physical examination shows the condition of the cat is generally normal, the temperature...
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Virgin Coconut And Fish Oil (VCFO) for Treatment of Fungal Cat Infection In Malang

Indah Amalia Amri, Riski Arya Pradikta, Sri Murwani, Dahliatul Qosimah
The increased people's lives and the need for entertainment make the existence of pets getting noticed and interesting. Among the various species of pet, cat is most popular in Indonesia. The high rate of cat lovers in Malang at this time was not followed by their knowledge about the how to maintain...
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The Potency of Semax Peptide Therapy toward MDA Level and Protein Profile in Epilepsy Rats (Rattus norvegicus)

Ratna Puspita, Dian Pratamastuti, Anna Safitri, Aulanni'am Aulanni'am
Epilepsy is a disruption of brain function that is characterized by abnormal depolarization of neurons. One signs of epilepsy is seizures, it is caused by brain injury. Epilepsy can cause morbidity and mortality, so many drugs used to treat epilepsy. But these drugs have negative health effects. This...
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Molecular Docking of Isorhamnetin as CYP1A1 Inhibitor in Skin Photoaging

Izzatul Lailiyah, Aulanni'am Aulanni'am, Sasangka Prasetyawan
Skin aging is the aging process of skin tissue due to elastin and collagen breakdown. Collagen and elastin are protein of connective tissue in skin dermis that serves to regenerate the skin for firmness and flexibility maintained. Sunlight is composed by three main parts according to their wavelengths,...
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Avian Influenza Surveillance in Nomadic Duck Flocks in Subang Indonesia

Etih Sudarnika, Yusuf Ridwan, Abdul Zahid Ilyas, Chaerul Basri, Denny Widaya Lukman, Ardilasunu Wicaksono, Agus Sugama, Patrick Hermans, Arend Jan Nell
A surveillance were conducted to to estimate the prevalence of HPAI in nomadic duck flocks, to investigate the potential role of nomadic duck to harbour and transmit HPAI, and to describe the movements of nomadic duck flocks into, within and out of the sub-district during rice harvesting periods. Surveillance...
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Identification Antigenic Protein of Larva Rhipicephalus Sanguineus By Western Blot Technique and Humoral Immune Response In Rabbits Immunized Protein Larvae Of Rhipicephalus Sanguineus

Poedji Hastutiek, Mufasirin Mufasirin, Ferizka Fahmi Qurrota A'yuun2
The aim of this research is to know antigenic protein of tick Rhipicephalus sanguineus and determine the humoral immune response in rabbits immunized protein larvae of R. sanguineus which were expected to be used as a basic for the development of anti-tick vaccine. This research used larva of ticks of...
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The Ovarian Hypofunction. A Case in Cow Management Therapy

Herry Agoes Hermadi, Mas'ud Hariadi, Suherni Susilowati
There were two FH (Friesian Holstain) cows in Lani Farmer Dairy Farm Surabaya that suffered from ovarian hypofunction after therapy as follows: In the case of ovarian hypofunction, management problems were solved by improved feeding systems for improved body condition score, which was expected to increase...
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Comparison Between Oviduct Fluid Protein And Oviduct Epithelia Cell Supplementation In Increasing Oocytes Maturation Rate In Sheep

Desi Wulansari, Viski Fitri Hendrawan, Aulia Firmawati, Yudit Oktanella
This study aims to increase fertilization rate through improved oocyte quality resulting from in vitro maturation results goats by means of Oviduct Fluid Protein (OFP) and Oviductal Ephitelia Cell (OEP) supplementation. Method used in this study consisted of two phases, 1) OFP collection from oviductal...
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The Potential of Brucella Suis Local Isolate As Vaccine Candidate For Controlling Brucellosis On Pigs In Indonesia

Emy Koestanti Sabdoningrum, Sri Chusniati, Lilik Maslachah, Widya Paramita Lokapirnasari
Brucellosis in Pigs not only cause great economic losses due to a decrease in productivity of livestock but also are zoonotic. Prevention efforts mainly addressed to vaccination and sanitary measures and governance. S19 and RB51 vaccine does not provide protection against infection and abortion in pigs...
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Potential Of Green Chili Extract (Capsicum Annuum) On Myeloma Cells Death

Rochmah Kurnijasanti, Alifvia Izza Putri Edward, Yonas Kristijanto, Doohan Mahendra, Nadya Ivanora Hermanda
The purpose of the study was to determine the potential of the ethanol extract of green chili (Capsicum annum) against the proliferation of myeloma cells. The study used ethanol extract of green chili (Capsicum annum) by maceration. The Myeloma cell concentration was 1.10-5 ml-1 of medium DMEM and 10%...
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Potency Combination of Curcumin (Curcuma longa Linn.) and Vitamin E Toward Estrogen and Progesterone Profile on Rat (Ratttus norvegicus) Mammary Cancer Model

Herawati Herawati, Aulia Firmawati, Dyah Ayu Oktavianie Ardhiana Pratama, Anna Roosdiana
This study aimed to determine the potency of combination of medicinal plants, which is curcumin and vitamin E as an alternative herbal for breast cancer treatment using DMBA ((7,12-Dimethylbenz(a)anthracene) induced rats (Rattus norvegicus) as animal model. The treatments were normal rats as negative...
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Curcumin is Effective in Improving Folliculogenesis Profile (Primary And Secondary Folicles) And Oocytes Quality In Vitro In Ectopic Endometriosis Mouse (Mus Musculus) Models

Aulia Firmawati, Widjiati Widjiati
Endometriosis is the presence of ectopic endometrial tissue, such as that outside the uterine cavity, which can cause chronic inflammatory reactions. Curcumin is one of traditional herbal medicines that is widely used. Some experiments have managed to find a mechanism to treat an ectopic endometriosis...