At the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the University of Kerbala has discussed An MA. Thesis entitled “The Effect Of Hyperhomo Cysteinemia On The Osteoclasts Activity In Male Rabbits”
The discussion takes place in the Department of Physiology, Biochemistry and Medicines, which is submitted by the student Muhammad Majid Hamid Al-Qanbar.
The thesis deals with the effect of the increase in the amino acid homocysteine in the blood, which is caused by the excessive administration of methionine, on the activity of bone cells, especially the osteoclast, and the increase in amino acid occurs in many diseases, including diabetes, Alzheimer’s and others.
It shows its effect on alcoholics and smokers, and many bad habits that lead to osteoporosis. The researcher has used some indicators to measure the level of RANK and RANK-L cells in the blood serum as an indication for the condition and its relationship to many physiological criteria.