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PENINGKATAN TOLERANSI RENDAMAN PADI LOKAL RAWA LEBAK DENGAN INTROGRESI GEN SUB1 ,, Gusmiatun; Suwignyo, Rujito A.; Suwignyo, Rujito A.; Wijaya, Andi; Hasmeda, Mery; Hasmeda, Mery; Wijaya, Andi
Jurnal Agronomi Indonesia (Indonesian Journal of Agronomy) Vol. 43 No. 2 (2015): Jurnal Agronomi Indonesia
Publisher : Indonesia Society of Agronomy (PERAGI) and Department of Agronomy and Horticulture, Faculty of Agriculture, IPB University, Bogor, Indonesia

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ABSTRACTOne of efforts to increase rice production at swamp area which is frequently flooded is the use of submergence tolerant rice varieties. The objectives of this research was to improve plant tolerance after submergence stress for 14 days in BC1F1 of crosses between local superior varieties and Sub1 gen donor (FR13A). The studies were carried out in two stages: 1) Crossing local superior varieties, i.e., Pegagan (Pgn), Siam (Sm), Payak Selimbuk (Pys), dan Pelita Rampak (Plr) to submergence tolerant variety FR13A; and 2) submergence tolerance evaluation of the progeny. The first study was conducted at green house of Graduate Study Sriwijaya University, Palembang. The second study was carried out at field experiment of Central Research and Development of Agricultural Biotechnology and Genetic Resources in Bogor. All studies were conducted from March 2011 until March 2013. The first study was the introgression of Sub1 gene into local genotypes Payak Selimbuk, Pegagan, Siam and Pelita Rampak from FR13A. The second study was evaluation of BC1F1 plant performance after submergence treatment for 14 days. The results showed that introgression of Sub1 gene into local varieties improved submergence tolerance as indicated by higher percentage of survived plants, lower decrease of plant dry weight, and lower decrease of grain weight per panicle compared to parents.Keywords: Sub1 gene, local swamp rice, submergence tolerant
PENINGKATAN TOLERANSI RENDAMAN PADI LOKAL RAWA LEBAK DENGAN INTROGRESI GEN SUB1 ,, Gusmiatun; Suwignyo, Rujito A.; Suwignyo, Rujito A.; Wijaya, Andi; Hasmeda, Mery; Hasmeda, Mery; Wijaya, Andi
Jurnal Agronomi Indonesia (Indonesian Journal of Agronomy) Vol. 43 No. 2 (2015): Jurnal Agronomi Indonesia
Publisher : Indonesia Society of Agronomy (PERAGI) and Department of Agronomy and Horticulture, Faculty of Agriculture, IPB University, Bogor, Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (326.378 KB) | DOI: 10.24831/jai.v43i2.10409

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ABSTRACTOne of efforts to increase rice production at swamp area which is frequently flooded is the use of submergence tolerant rice varieties. The objectives of this research was to improve plant tolerance after submergence stress for 14 days in BC1F1 of crosses between local superior varieties and Sub1 gen donor (FR13A). The studies were carried out in two stages: 1) Crossing local superior varieties, i.e., Pegagan (Pgn), Siam (Sm), Payak Selimbuk (Pys), dan Pelita Rampak (Plr) to submergence tolerant variety FR13A; and 2) submergence tolerance evaluation of the progeny. The first study was conducted at green house of Graduate Study Sriwijaya University, Palembang. The second study was carried out at field experiment of Central Research and Development of Agricultural Biotechnology and Genetic Resources in Bogor. All studies were conducted from March 2011 until March 2013. The first study was the introgression of Sub1 gene into local genotypes Payak Selimbuk, Pegagan, Siam and Pelita Rampak from FR13A. The second study was evaluation of BC1F1 plant performance after submergence treatment for 14 days. The results showed that introgression of Sub1 gene into local varieties improved submergence tolerance as indicated by higher percentage of survived plants, lower decrease of plant dry weight, and lower decrease of grain weight per panicle compared to parents.Keywords: Sub1 gene, local swamp rice, submergence tolerant
Waist Circumference was Positively Correlated with Chemerin, Retinol-Binding Protein 4 and hsCRP Herminawati, Lucia; Meiliana, Anna; Wijaya, Andi
The Indonesian Biomedical Journal Vol 4, No 1 (2012)
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BACKGROUND: Central obesity is associated with various chronic metabolic disorders characterized by abnormal cytokine production, increased acute phase reactants, and activation of inflammatory signaling pathways. This study was aimed to investigate the association of waist circumference, chemerin, and retinol binding protein (RBP)-4 with inflammation in men with central obesity.METHODS: The research was conducted with a crosssectional design involving 68 centrally obese male subjects aged 30 to 60 years old, with waist circumference (WC) >90 cm. All subjects fulfilled the inclusion and exclusion criteria. Anthropometric parameters, fasting glucose, creatinine, SGOT, SGPT and hsCRP were measured. Serum concentrations of chemerin and RBP4 were measured by ELISA.RESULTS: The trend lines showed that chemerin, RBP4, and hsCRP increased with WC. Pearson correlation test showed a positively significant correlation between WC and hsCRP (r=0.242, p<0.05); and also between chemerin and hsCRP (r=0.244, p<0.05) and RBP4 (r=0.321, p<0.01). Subjects were stratified into four groups based on their chemerin and RBP4 levels (high chemerin/high RBP4, high chemerin/low RBP4, low chemerin/high RBP4, or low chemerin/low RBP4). Subjects who were in the high chemerin/low RBP4 group were more likely to have high level of inflammation (47.6%), but subjects with high chemerin/high RBP4 showed low level of inflammation (42.9%) as compared with the other three groups.CONCLUSIONS: We concluded that increased WC was correlated with elevated levels of chemerin, RBP4, and hsCRP. High chemerin was correlated with increased level of RBP4 as well as with high level of inflammation.KEYWORDS: waist circumference, chemerin, RBP4, hsCRP, inflammation
Metaflammation, NLRP3 Inflammasome Obesity and Metabolic Disease Meiliana, Anna; Wijaya, Andi
The Indonesian Biomedical Journal Vol 3, No 3 (2011)
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BACKGROUND: Increasing prevalence of obesity gives rise to many problems associated with multiple morbidities, such as diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, sleep apnea and cancer. The mechanism of obesity is very complex, thus its link to various disease is poorly understood. This review highlights important concepts in our understanding of the pathogenesis of obesity and related complications.CONTENT: Many studies have tried to explore the exciting and puzzling links between metabolic homeostasis and inflammatory responses. A form of subclinical, low-grade systemic inflammation is known to be associated with both obesity and chronic disease. This, later called as "metaflammation", refers to metabolically triggered inflammation. The nutrient-sensing pathway and the immune response coordination are facilitated by these molecular sites in order to maintain homeostasis under diverse metabolic and immune conditions. Recent studies have found that the NLRP3 inflammasome during metabolic stress forms a tie linking TXNIP, oxidative stress, and IL-1β production. This provides new opportunities for research and therapy for the disease often described as the next global pandemic: type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM).SUMMARY: The crucial role of metaflammation in many complications of obesity shown by the unexpected overlap between inflammatory and metabolic sensors and their downstream tissue responses. Then great interest arose to explore the pathways that integrate nutrient and pathogen sensing, give more understanding in the mechanisms of insulin resistance type 2 diabetes, and other chronic metabolic pathologies. A family of intracellular sensors called NLR family is a critical component of the innate immune system. They can form multiprotein complexes, called inflammasome which is capable of responding to a wide range of stimuli including both microbial and self molecules by activating the cysteine protease caspase-1, leading to processing and secretion of the proinflammatory cytokines IL-1β and IL-18, which play crucial roles in host defense. Inflammasome dysregulation has been linked to some autoinflammatory and metabolic diseases. These provide opportunities to continue to improve our understanding of the nature of metaflammation in the hope of modifying it to prevent and treat diseasese.KEYWORDS: Inflammation, metaflammation, inflammasome, metabolic disease, obesity
Adipose-Derived Stem Cells for Future Regenerative System Medicine Lina, Yani; Wijaya, Andi
The Indonesian Biomedical Journal Vol 4, No 2 (2012)
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BACKGROUND: The potential use of stem cell-based therapies for repair and regeneration of various tissues and organs offers a paradigm shift that may provide alternative therapeutic solutions for a number of disease. Despite the advances, the availability of stem cells remaining a challenge for both scientist and clinicians in pursuing regenerative medicine. CONTENT: Subcutaneous human adipose tissue is an abundant and accessible cell source for applications in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. Routinely, the adipose issue is digested with collagenase or related lytic enzymes to release a heterogeneous population for stromal vascular fraction (SVF) cells. The SVF cells can be used directly or can be cultured in plastic ware for selection and expansion of an adherent population known as adipose-derived stromal/stem cells (ASCs). Their potential in the ability to differentiate into adipogenic, osteogenic, chondrogenic and other mesenchymal lineages, as well in their other clinically useful properties, includes stimulation of angiogenesis and suppression of inflammation.SUMMARY: Adipose tissue is now recognized as an accessible, abundant and reliable site for the isolation of adult stem cels suitable for the application of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine applications. The past decade has witnessed an explosion of preclinical data relating to the isolation, characterization, cryopreservation, differentiation, and transplantation of freshly isolated stromal vascular fraction cells and adherent, culture-expanded, adipose-derived stromal/stem cells in vitro and in animal models.KEYWORDS: adipose tissue, adult stem cells, regenerative medicine, mesenchymal stem cells
Pro-inflammatory Profiles of Indonesian Adult Men with Central Obesity: A Preliminary Study on TNF-alpha, sTNFR-2 and IL-1beta Sartika, Cynthia Retna; Wijaya, Andi; As'ad, Suryani
The Indonesian Biomedical Journal Vol 2, No 1 (2010)
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BACKGROUND: Central obesity is closely associated with chronic inflammation, characterized by abnormal cytokine production such as IL-1β, tumor necrosis factor-α (TNF-α) and tumor necrosis factor receptor-2 (TNFR-2). Central obesity and chronic inflammation form a complex link with insulin resistance, leading to the development of type-2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) and cardiovascular disease (CVD). Knowing the coinciding occurrence of chronic inflammation and central obesity, this study aimed to examine pro-inflammatory cytokine profiles of Indonesian adult men with central obesity.METHODS: This cross-sectional study recruited 80 apparently healthy Indonesian adult men, aged 23-53 years with waist circumference of 64-125 cm. This study was done in Jakarta. Measurements included clinical parameters like systolic blood pressure (SBP), diastolic blood pressure (DBP), fasting blood glucose (FBG), aspartate amino transferase (AST), alanine amino transferase (ALT), creatinine, high sensitivity C-reactive protein (hsCRP), anthropometric parameters, namely weight, height and waist circumference; and pro-inflammatory cytokines TNF-α, soluble TNFR-2 (sTNFR-2) and IL-1β.RESULTS: Basic characteristics of the subjects showed linear increase in values of SBP, DBP and the serum concentrations of AST, ALT, FBG, GFR, hsCRP (p<0.005, respectively) with the degree of obesity. sTNFR-2 and IL-1 β positively correlated with hsCRP (r=0.277, p=0.013 and r= 0.257, p=0.022, respectively), WC (r=0.380, p=0.001 and r=0.400, p<0.001, respectively) and body mass index (BMI) (r=0.364, p=0.001 and r=0.399, p<0.001, respectively). Moreover, TNF-α did not show correlations with hsCRP, WC and BMI.CONCLUSION: There was a linear increase in the serum concentrations of sTNFR-2 and IL-1β in subjects with central obesity. Both pro-inflammatory markers, correlated with hsCRP, WC and BMI, but TNF-α did not. sTNFR-2 and IL-1β were, therefore, considered as valid biomarkers to indicate chronic inflammation in Indonesian adult men with central obesity.KEYWORDS: central obesity, TNF-α, soluble TNFR-2 (sTNFR-2), IL-1β
PERBANDINGAN EFEK PEMBERIAN BIOINSEKTISIDA DAN EKSTRAK KOMPOS TERHADAP PRODUKSI PADI RATUN DAN POPULASI SERANGGA HAMA Herlinda, Siti; Kusuma, Amarilisa; ., Suwandi; Wijaya, Andi
Jurnal Agronomi Indonesia (Indonesian Journal of Agronomy) Vol. 43 No. 1 (2015): Jurnal Agronomi Indonesia
Publisher : Indonesia Society of Agronomy (PERAGI) and Department of Agronomy and Horticulture, Faculty of Agriculture, IPB University, Bogor, Indonesia

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The advantages of ratooning rice are to save water, cost production, labor, preparation time for planting and harvesting, but the ratooning productivity is still low.  This research aimed to study the effect of the bioinsecticide and compost extract on ratooning rice production and insect populations. The ratooning rice was applied by bioinsecticide, compost extract, and combination of bioinsecticide and compost extract with dose 2 L ha-1  per application, respectively. Data of agronomic variables were statistically analyzed using analysis of variance, whereas insect pest population data were analyzed using Chi Square test. The seedling height of ratoon applied by compost extract was the highest among treatments. The number of productive tillers per clumps and rice production on plot applied by compost extract were higher than the insecticide treatment. At the age of 17 day-ratooning rice, application bioinsecticide reduced the population of insect pests, such as Ciccadulina bipunctata, Recilia dorsalis, Nilaparvata lugens, and Nephotettix nigropictus. Thus, application of compost extract tended to improved the growth and production of the ratooning rice, while the bioinsecticide decreased the insect pest population.Keywords: Beauveria bassiana, rice growth, production
The Relationship Between Retinol/Retinol Binding Protein 4 ratio, resistin and inflammation in non diabetic obese Indonesian men Meiliana, Anna; Lawrence, Gatot S.; Patellongi, lhamjaya; Wijaya, Andi; As’ad, Suryani
Medical Journal of Indonesia Vol 19, No 1 (2010): February
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Aim To verify the correlation between Retinol/RBP4 Ratio, and resistin with inflammation (represented by hsCRP) in non-diabetic obese Indonesian menMethods This was a cross sectional study using 125 subjects. Measured parameters were retinol, RBP4, resistin, and hsCRP. Correlation between retinol, RBP4, resistin, hsCRP and Retinol/RBP4 Ratio was calculated. Cut off point of hsCRP were classiied as follows: &lt;1 mg/l for low risk of inflammation, 1-3 mg/l for moderate risk, and 3-10 mg/l for high risk (according to CVD risk). The Retinol/RBP4 ratio was dichotomized into high (&gt;0.9) and low ratio (≤0.9). The cross tabulation test was performed to predict the inflammation trends described by Retinol/RBP4 Ratio and resistin.Results Retinol was found strongly correlated with RBP4 and resistin (r=0.53; p&lt;0.01). A positive but not significant correlation was found between resistin and Retinol/RBP4 Ratio with hsCRP. In high ratio group, 17.6% subjects were found with low risk inflammation, 26.4% with moderate risk, and 20.8% with high risk, in low ratio group, 8% subjects were low risk inflammation, 20% moderate risk, and 7.2% high risk. Combination between ratio and resistin showed that in “high ratio and low resistin” group, 12% subjects have low risk of inflammation and 8% have high risk. Meanwhile in “low ratio and high resistin” group, 3.2% subjects were found having low risk and 13.6% high risk of inflammation.Conclusions Combination between Retinol/RBP4 Ratio and resistin showed better description about the inflammation risk in non-diabetic obese subjects compare to the ratio itself. (Med J Indones 2010; 19:57-63)Keywords: Retinol, RBP4, resistin, hsCRP, obesity, inflammation
Study on the influence of adiponectin genetic variants and adiponectin levels among Indonesian women with polycystic ovary syndrome Pangaribuan, Bertha; Yusuf, Irawan; Mansyur, Muchtaruddin; Wijaya, Andi
Medical Journal of Indonesia Vol 21, No 2 (2012): May
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Background: Insulin resistance and central adiposity are frequent disorders in PCOS women, which are marked by biological marker dysregulation related to this metabolic abnormalities. Association between adiponectin and insulin resistance has been investigated in many studies, while only a few studies were done in PCOS patients. This study is to determine the association of T45G polymorphisms in Indonesian population with PCOS biological markers and their influence to adiponectin serum.Methods: Fifty-two PCOS patients and 52 normal ovulatory women without hyperandrogenism as control subjects were included. Blood samples were collected between day 3 and 5 of a spontaneous menstrual cycle at 7 to 9 am, after overnight fasting. Serum levels of FSH, LH, testosterone, SHBG, glucose, insulin, lipid profile and adiponectin were measured. Insulin resistance was estimated by HOMA-IR, HOMA-β, and SHBG. T45G gene polymorphisms were determined by PCR after genomic DNA was obtained from peripheral blood of patients and control subjects.Results: There were significant difference between PCOS and control group in term of BMI, LH, testosterone, SHBG, and FAI, but not significant to T45G gene polymorphisms frequency distribution. Adiponectin levels were lower in PCOS patients than control. There was an association between insulin resistance with PCOS. Among PCOS patients, no association between adiponectin LH, testosterone, SHBG, and FAI with T45G gene polymorphisms. T45G gene polymorphisms were more frequent in PCOS with low adiponectin levels compared to those with high adiponectin levels, although not significant statistically.Conclusion: T45G gene polymorphisms has no direct association with PCOS biological markers, but its association with adiponectin needs further study. (Med J Indones. 2012;21:83-91)Keywords: Adiponectin, insulin resistance, polycystic ovary syndrome, T45G adiponectin gene
Angiopoietin like protein 3 (Angptl3), fatty acid binding protein 4 (FABP4) and homeostasis model assessment of insulin resistance (HOMA-IR) among Indonesian obese non diabetic males Lina, Yani; Lawrence, Gatot S.; Wijaya, Andi; As’ad, Suryani
Medical Journal of Indonesia Vol 19, No 3 (2010): August
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Aim To reveal the correlation between Angptl3, FABP4 and HOMA-IR among Indonesian obese non diabetic males.Methods This is a cross sectional study with 133 obese non diabetic males volunteers (characterized by waist circumference &gt; 90 cm; fasting blood glucose &lt; 126 mg/dL; and no diabetic specific symptoms) age between 30-60 years which was done in Jakarta, Indonesia. We measured biochemical markers such as Angptl3, FABP4, FFA, fasting insulin and fasting glucose. We also measured weight, height, waist circumference (WC), systolic blood pressure (SBP) and diastolic blood pressure (DBP). Correlation between each marker was measured using Pearson and Spearman’s analysis.Results Pearson and Spearman’s correlation analysis showed significant positive correlation between Angptl3 and FABP4 (r = 0.319; P = 0.000), Angptl3 and FFA (r = 0.171; r = 0.049), FABP4 and HOMA-IR (r = 0.202; P = 0.019), FFA and FABP4 (r = 0.506; P = 0.000), WC and HOMA-IR (r = 0.323; P = 0.000), WC and FABP4 (r = 0.387; P = 0.000), Body Mass Index (BMI) and HOMA-IR (r = 0.270; P = 0.002), BMI and FABP4 (r = 0.362; P = 0.000).Conclusion This study showed positive significant correlations between Angptl3-FABP4, Angptl3-FFA, FFA-FABP4 and FABP4-HOMA-IR. We suggest that Angptl3 can activate lipolysis in adipose tissue (through its correlation with FABP4), and Angptl3 concentration is related to insulin resistance risk among Indonesian obese non diabetic males. (Med J Indones 2010;19:185-90)Key words: Angptl3, FABP4, HOMA-IR, insulin resistance, lipolysis, obesity
Co-Authors , Susantidiana . Khodijah, . . SUWANDI Adi, Nuri P. Ali Aspar Mappahya Allen Widyasanto, Allen Amarilisa Kusuma, Amarilisa Andi Asadul Islam Andi Asadul, Andi Andri Hidayat, Andri Anggi Kartikawati, Anggi Anna Meilana, Anna Anna Meiliana Anna Meilina, Anna Antonia Anna Lukito Anwar Santoso Anwar Susanto, Anwar Any Kusumastuti Apriadi, Ferra Arief Rachmawan, Arief As'ad, Suryani As?ad, Suryani Asmawati Asmawati Astuti Kurnianingsih, Astuti As’ad, Suryani Bachtiar Murtala Bahtiar, Akhmad Seruji Bayu Winata Putera, Bayu Winata Benyamin Lakitan Bertha Pangaribuan Burhanuddin Bahar Cahyono Kaelan, Cahyono Candra Ninghayu Cynthia R. Sartika Cynthia Retna Sartika, Cynthia Retna Dewi Meidalima Dewi Muliaty Dewi, Rafika Diah Kumalasari Dwi Yuniati Daulay, Dwi Yuniati Eka Armas Pailis Eli Halimah, Eli Erizal Sodikin Erizal Sugiono, Erizal Erna Siaga, Erna Evriani Mareza, Evriani Evy Liswati, Evy Fatahillah, FNU Ferry Sandra Firdaus Sulaiman, Firdaus Gatot Lawrence, Gatot Gatot S. Lawrence Gatot Susilo Lawrence Gribaldi Gribaldi Gusmiatun ,, Gusmiatun Harun Alrasyid Hasyim, Fuadz Hendri Candro Nauli Manalu, Hendri Candro Nauli HENY HAWALID Hera Yuliana Intantri, Hera Yuliana Hesty Sihombing Husnul Hotimah, Husnul Ida P. Sormin Ida Paulina Sormin Ilhamjaya Patellongi Imelda Novianti, Imelda Indriyanti Rafi Sukmawati, Indriyanti Rafi Irawan Yusuf Irwan Suhendry, Irwan Joko Widodo Kadir, Sabaruddin Kartika Kartika Kurniawidjaja, Meily Kurniawidjaja Laela Hayu Nurani Laily Ilman Widuri, Laily Ilman Lazim, Farihin lhamjaya Patellongi Lies Gantini, Lies Lindiana, Lindi Lucia Herminawati, Lucia Lukman H Makmun Made Putra Semadhi, Made Putra Mansyur Arief, Mansyur Mansyur Arif Maria Diah Fibriani, Maria Diah Marita Kaniawati Marsetio Donosepoetro Meihana, Mei Meily L Kurniawidjaja, Meily L Meiriza Djohari, Meiriza Melisa Intan Barliana, Melisa Intan Memen Surahman Mery Hasmeda Muchtaruddin Mansyur MUHAMAD UMAR HARUN Mulyana Mulyana Nelly Sari, Nelly Nuri Purwito Purwito Adi, Nuri Purwito Purwito Nurkhasa Nurkhasa, Nurkhasa Nurrani Mustika Dewi, Nurrani Mustika Patellongi, Ilham Jaya Peter Kabo Pratami, Vani N. Putro Priadi, Dwi Rina Triana, Rina Rinda Fajrin Aldina, Rinda Fajrin Rini Budiyati, Rini Rosalia E Napitupulu, Rosalia E Rujito A. Suwignyo, Rujito A. Rujito Agus Suwignyo Rujito Agus Suwignyo Rusli Muljadi, Rusli Samuel Oetoro Sanjaya, Nanda Sayurandi Sayurandi, Sayurandi Sholehah, Ari Fatus SITI HERLINDA Siti Masreah Bernas Siti Nurul Aidil Fitri Sulaiman Sulaiman Suryani As’ad Susana Gunawan, Susana SUSANTI DIANA Suwandi . Suwandi Suwandi Syakib Bakri Teguh A S Ranakusuma, Teguh A S Teguh A. S. Ranakusuma, Teguh A. S. Teguh A.S. Ranakusuma Teguh Santoso Terawan Agus Putranto, Terawan Agus Tommy Heryantho, Tommy Toti Indrawati Triani Adam Trilis Yulianti, Trilis Tugas Ratmono, Tugas Widjaja Lukito Widuri, Laily I. Widya Kurniawati, Widya Wiwik Rositawati, Wiwik Yan Sukmawan, Yan Yani Lina Yenny Surjawan Yulhasmir, Yulhasmir Yusmiati Yusmiati, Yusmiati Zainal Arifin Zainal Ridho Djafar