JURNAL BIOMEDIKA is accredited SINTA 3 by Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education of the Republic of Indonesia, No. 23/E/KPT/2019, started from September Edition, 2017 to September Edition, 2022.

JURNAL BIOMEDIKA is a peer-reviewed open access journal covers basic and advance research in biomedical science, with focus on the biomedical laboratory science and technology research. The journal is published by the Faculty of Health Sciences, Setia Budi University to promote scientific writing and dissemination of knowledge in biomedical laboratory science and technology. Scientific community are encouraged to submit original research articles and reviews with topicsincluding but not limited to clinical chemistry, hematology, cytohistology, immunoserology, microbiology, toxicology, molecular biology, biochemistry, chemical biology, and food analysis. J. Biomedika is open for submission all year round, and published semiannually. This journal also has become a CrossRef Member since March 2019. Therefore, all articles published by this journal will have unique DOI number.

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Vol 13 No 1 (2020): Jurnal Biomedika

Several articles have been published with different types of themes.

To make the Katunfuge, two circles were cut from a piece of cotton cloth that had been impregnated with batik wax. The knitting thread was inserted into the middle part of the cotton disc and each end rope was tied to the handler. The centrifugal speed resulted from Katunfuge was greater than 2,000 rpm, meaning that it is 99% effective for separating blood components in 15 minutes with 14 times of pulling with hands. The hematocrit values of pregnant ewes (33.0 ± 4.1) were lower than those of non-pregnant ewes (38.5 ± 3.4%). This has proven that Katunfuge is highly potential to be used to assess the hematocrit of other animals. (Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Bogor Agricultural University)

Thus fifteen GDM-detected showed high nucleotide sequence homology with the Proteobacteria at phylum level, and Escherichia, Orchobacterium, Cronobacter, Shigella, Salmonella, Enterobacter, Klebsiella, Kosakonia, Vibrio dan Gamma-Proteobacterium at genus level compared to the healthy pregnant women which found by Firmicutes at phylum level and Ruminococcus, Clostridium, Clostridiales, Lachnospiraceae, Roseburia,  Weisella, Eubacterium at genus level had a higher abundance in healthy pregnant women. In this result, we found also one of the fifteen healthy pregnant women showed differential abundance with enrichment of Prevotella species. Gut microbiota of GDM-diagnosed pregnant women has more varied composition, and dominated by the phylum Proteobacteria than in normal pregnant women (Midwifery Program, Polytechnic of Bau-Bau, Midwifery Program, Institute of Health Sciences of Mega Rezky, Midwifery Academy, Tahirah Al Baeti).

The research type is experimental; the sample was 16 samples with two treatments namely coloring which using Orange G and without Orange G. The preparation quality which contains Orange G obtained moderate result of 12.5%, and good 87.5%. The preparation quality without Orange  G was not good  result  of 6.3%,  moderate 18.8%, and good 75%. The statistical test result of Chi Square and Kappa showed that the result was p>0.05 which means that comparison result of preparation quality which contains orange G and without orange G there was no significant difference (Faculty of Nursing and Health Sciences, Universitas Muhammadiyah Semarang & Anatomic Pathology Laboratory of Kardinah Hospital).

Published: 2020-03-31


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