Biochemical studies of aliezia tapeworm in goat Capra hircus
Hema Digamberrao Makne
Parasitic biochemistry is a field growing in parallel with the new surge of interest in tropical diseases. has great practical importance through chemotherapy and vaccine production and in understanding of the complex association involved in the host parasite relationship. Bio-molecules such as protein, glycogen and lipids are determined in parasites and also infected and noninfeintestine of host. Results, after comparison between cestode parasites and host intestine, the protein and glycogen concentration is lower in Alieza Sp. as compare to host intestine (infected) and lipid concentration is higher in Aliezia Sp. as compare to host intestine (infected). Present investigation deals with the biochemistry (Protein, glycogen, lipid) of parasite Aliezia in ruminants Capra hircus.