Study of Some Immunity Characters Results of Injection antigenic Staphyloccocus sp. in Local Rabbits
Keywords:: Staphyloccocus, Immunity, Rabbits
This study was conducted to identify some immune manifestations resulting from the injection of
staphylococcal bacterium antigens Heat-killing with a concentration of 0.75 ml in muscle and concentration
0.5 ml subcutaneous in local rabbits to see how immune response of these antigens achieve. Tests were
carried out (late hypersensitivity, phagocytosis of candida albicans, and NBT dye reduction).
The results showed that the highest level of skin thickness was 9.50 ml compared to control 1.48 ml after 24
hours of antigen injection. The results also showed that the highest level of candida yeast is 81.30% when
injecting concentration 0.5 ml under the skin compared to control 79.33%. As for the reduction of NBT dye,
the highest level of dye reduction was 14.70% when the concentration was injected 0.75 ml with the muscle
compared to 10.63% control.
We conclude that the injection of staphylococcus antigens (killed by heat) has the potential to induce immune
response in local rabbits
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