Effect of peanut oil and nandrolone on serum cytokines in pubertal term rats
 

DOI: 10.18805/ijar.v0iOF.7819    | Article Id: B-666 | Page : 79-82
Citation :- Effect of peanut oil and nandrolone on serum cytokines in pubertal term rats .Indian Journal Of Animal Research.2018.(52):79-82

Erdal Tasgin and  Seyfullah Haliloglu 

erdaltasgin@gmail.com
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Sports Sciences Faculty, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Selcuk University Campus, 42075, Konya, Turkey.

Submitted Date : 30-11-2016
Accepted Date : 9-01-2017

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of nandrolone on cytokine levels in pubertal term female and male rats. Totally 60 pubertal term Spraque Dawley rat (30/30 female/male) were divided into 3 equal groups. Control group received no treatment. PO group received intraperitoneally peanut oil every 5 days with an intervening gap of 2 days where no treatment was given. ND group received intraperitoneally nandrolone decanoate (10 mg/kg) within peanut oil like PO group. At the end of the four weeks, blood samples were obtained. Serum cytokine levels were measured by ELISA. Peanut oil significantly (P<0.05) increased serum levels of interleukin-1â and interleukin-6 in pubertal term male rats, while nandrolone decanoate had no any effect on the cytokine levels compared to experimental groups. It may be stated that nandrolone decanoate has no excessive inducer effect on the cytokine synthesis in pubertal male and female term. 
 

Keywords

Cytokine Nandrolone Peanut oil Pubertal rats.

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