The effect of fish skin mucus on hemostasis indicators of some animal species in vitro in comparison with collagen

УДК 639.386.1:57.085.2

Modern pharmacology is actively searching for new sources of natural peptides and developing new methods of their synthesis for further introduction of protein preparations into production, so it is necessary to identify the natural sources of biologically active peptides, such as fish skin mucus. In order to assess the effect of fish skin mucus on animal hemostasis indicators in vitro in comparison with collagen, the hemostatic activity of skin mucus of carp (Cyprinus carpio carpio Linnaeus, 1758) and African clarias catfish (Clarias gariepinus Burchell, 1822) on the blood of cows and dogs was studied. It was found that the most active in the hemostatic relation was the mucus of the African Clary catfish. Hematological and statistical methods of research were used in this work.

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