PERAN SITOKIN DAN HORMON SELAMA PROSES MATERNAL RECOGNITION OF PREGNANCY PADA TERNAK (Role of Cytokines and Hormones During of Maternal Recognition of Pregnancy Process in Livestock)

Hafizuddin Hafizuddin, Yusmadi Yusmadi, Anwar Anwar

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ABSTRAK

 

Kebuntingan pada ternak berlangsung beberapa tahap, dimana setiap tahap dipengaruhi oleh mekanisme yang sistematis. Mekanisme tersebut diataranya melibatkan sitokin dan hormon. Pada tulisan ini dibahas peran hormon dan sitokin selama maternal recognition of pregnancy pada ternak. Sitokin yang diketahui terlibat selama maternal recognition of pregnancy yaitu interferon tau (IFN-τ), sedangkan hormon yang terlibat mulai dari progesteron, estrogen, dan prostaglandin. Secara eksperimental perlu adanya peningkatan penelitian dan pengembangan informasi terkait peran sitokin dan hormon untuk pengembangan metode diagnosis kebuntingan dini pada ternak.

 

Kata kunci: Ternak, kebuntingan, interferon tau, steroid, prostaglandin 

 

ABSTRACT

 

Pregnancy in livestock lasts several stages, where each stage is influenced by a systematic mechanism. The mechanism involves among others cytokines and hormones. In this paper discussed the role of hormones and cytokines during maternal recognition of pregnancy in livestock. Cytokines are known to be involved during the maternal recognition of pregnancy is interferon tau (IFN-τ) while the hormones involved ranging from progesterone, estrogen and prostaglandin. Experimentally the need for increased research and development information related to the role of cytokines and hormones to the development of methods of early pregnancy diagnosis in livestock.

 

Key words: livestock, pregnancy, interferon tau, steroid, prostaglandin


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