Sara Hasni, Aminata Khelil, Salma Habita, Kamilia Bireche, Zineb Mahcene, Zakaria Boual, Abdulatef M Ahhmed
Sara Hasni1*, Aminata Khelil1, Salma Habita1, Kamilia Bireche2, Zineb Mahcene1, Zakaria Boual1, Abdulatef M Ahhmed3
1Laboratory Protection of Ecosystems in Arid and Semi-Arid Zones, Department of Biological Sciences,
Faculty of Science of Nature and Life, Kasdi Merbah University, Ouargla, Algeria.
2Lab of., Valorization and Promotion of Saharan Resources, Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Mathematics and Material Sciences, Kasdi Merbah University Ouargla, Algeria.
3Life Science Department, School of Basic Sciences, The Libyan Academy for Graduate Studies,
Costal Rd. Janzour - Tripoli, Libya.
Volume - 12,
Issue - 4,
Year - 2022
Camel urine has been widely used in the biomedical field as a traditional healing liquid for several health disorders, this study aims to evaluate the antioxidant activity of camel urine and its association with the breeding and the feeding system. Urine samples were collected from domestic (from private farms) and desertic camels, where spectrophotometric method was chosen to evaluate the phenolic, flavonoid content and the antioxidant activity. As results, it was found from the applied testes that the antioxidant activity of the camel urine is very important, where both types of urine illustrated a very low EC50. However, it has been found that the significant anti-radical activity and a reducing power of urine of domesticated camels fed in private farms was higher than the urine of desertic camels. concluding that the consumption and usage of camel urine can contribute to the prevention of diseases associated with oxidative stress.
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Sara Hasni, Aminata Khelil, Salma Habita, Kamilia Bireche, Zineb Mahcene, Zakaria Boual, Abdulatef M Ahhmed. The effect of the Feeding system on the Antioxidant activity of Camel urine. Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical Research 2022; 12(4):261-6. doi: 10.52711/2231-5691.2022.00042
Sara Hasni, Aminata Khelil, Salma Habita, Kamilia Bireche, Zineb Mahcene, Zakaria Boual, Abdulatef M Ahhmed. The effect of the Feeding system on the Antioxidant activity of Camel urine. Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical Research 2022; 12(4):261-6. doi: 10.52711/2231-5691.2022.00042 Available on: https://asianjpr.com/AbstractView.aspx?PID=2022-12-4-1
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