Basrah University discusses manufactured and derived Secnidazole compound
Written by Maryam
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine held a seminar entitled (The Use of manufactured and derived Secnidazole compound to improve the physiological Induced properties from dipyrone in female rats).
Dr. Nadhera Falih Nima, a new compound derived from Selenium and study its effect outside and inside the body of female rats and to understand its improved effects on the physiological properties induced by the treatment of dipyrone.
The aim of the seminar was to manufactured the new derived Secnidazole compound and to identify its properties, as well as to study its antioxidant, microbial and fungal effects outside the female rat body and to examine its improved effects within the body and against the effects of dipyrone. The researcher recommended conducting a study on the effect of the new compound on the physiology of circulatory and nervous system, as well as its stimulating or inhibitory effects on hormones and its effects on immunity.