Protective Effect of Raw Goat Milk against Aspirin induced Gastric Ulcer in Rats
This research was begun in Najaf section with in a time from 17/9/2019 to 22/10/2019 to investigate goat milk potential protection against sharp gastric mucosal injury by aspirin.
Kufa veterinary medicine college empirical animals laboratory provided about (32) Sprague Dawley male rats (275-320g).
All rats have been housed under regular laboratory settings (22–24°C, 60% humidity, etc.).
As detailed in the following section, the critters were split in the four equal random batches, each with eight rats:
- Controlling batch ( C ).
- Initial processing batch (T1); raw goat milk (5 ml /day) was given orally, once per day.
- Second processing batch (T2); was given oral 100 mg /kg body weight of aspirin medication, once per day.
- Third processing batch (T3); taken tube orally 5ml/day goat milk and 100 mg /kg body weight aspirin medication, once per day.
Accordingly: The area of stripping and level of liner ulceration in the goat milk-aspirin group were substantially fewer than in the conventional trophic-aspirin batch (p < 0.05).