In Poland, rabbit is a highly valued animal, due to dietetic and flavour values of its meat, but above all, rabbits tend to be commonly used laboratory animals. The aim of the study was developing standards for counts of B-cells with CD19+ receptor, T-cells with CD5+ receptor, and their subpopulations, namely T-cells with CD4+, CD8+ and CD25+ receptor in the peripheral blood of mixed-breed Polish rabbits with addition of blood of meet breeds, including the assessment of the impact of four seasons of the year and animal sex on the values of the immunological parameters determined. The results showed that the counts of B- and T-cells and their subpopulations in peripheral blood remain within the following ranges: for CD19+ B-cells: 1.05 – 3.05%, for CD5+ T-cells: 34.00 – 43.07%, CD4+ T-cells: 23.52 – 33.23%, CD8+ T-cells: 12.55 – 17.30%, whereas for CD25+ T-cells: 0.72 – 2.81%. As it comes to the season of the year, it was observed that it principally affects the values of CD25+ T-cells, while in the case of rabbit sex, more changes were found in females.
|Data udostępnienia||30 gru 2022, 11:24:16|
|Data mod.||30 gru 2022, 11:24:16|