Vol. 7, Issue 1 (2018)
A study on serum gastrin-17 and cortisol levels in canine gastritis
Author(s): Monika, SK Dixit, Ankush Rana, Umesh Dimri and Supriya Yadav
Abstract: The study was conducted on six clinically healthy dogs and twenty dogs showing symptoms of gastritis and divided into two groups i.e healthy control and diseased dogs to evaluate changes in clinico-biochemical parameters, Gastrin and Cortisol levels in clinical cases of gastritis. Blood sampling was done on the day of presentation in healthy control (Group I) and in diseased dogs (Group II). There was significant (P<0.01) fall in Gastrin-17 levels and rise in Cortisol levels in diseased group indicating role of gastrin and cortisol in pathophysiology of gastritis in dogs.
How to cite this article:
Monika, SK Dixit, Ankush Rana, Umesh Dimri and Supriya Yadav. A study on serum gastrin-17 and cortisol levels in canine gastritis. Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry. 2018; 7(1): 1601-1604.