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Zinc Supplementation against Eimeria acervulina-Induced Oxidative Damage in Broiler Chickens
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The results proved the ameliorating role of CuZn(OH)3Cl (0.170 g per kg food) against Eimeria acervulina-induced oxidative damage in infected chickens.
Selenium supplementation at low doses contributes to the antioxidant status in Trichinella spiralis-infected rats
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Diet with Se could be beneficial in the treatment of diseases correlated with considerable oxidative stress, particularly parasitoses and the supplementation of the rats with dietary Se improved their antioxidant status.
Evaluation of different Haemonchus contortus antigens for diagnosis of sheep haemonchosis by ELISA and their cross reactivity with other helminthes
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It is fulfilled that L antigen is the talented antigen for serological diagnosis of haemonchosis and Immunodominant band at molecular weight 57 kDa were answerable for highest specificity and accuracy of positive predictive value of this antigen.
Combined effect of Cygro and vitamin E on oxidative stress status of broiler chickens infected with Eimeria tenella
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The observed changes in the economical parameters (weight gain and FCR) were indicative for a severe infection, in which the oxidative stress probably was also involved during pathogenesis.
Calcium phosphate porous composites and ceramics prospective as bone implants
Two types of calcium phosphate materials prospective as bone implants were prepared in the shape of granules and their biochemical behavior was tested by in vivo studies: (i) composite materials
ANTIOXIDANT PARAMETERS IN EIMERIA ACERVULINA INFECTED CHICKS AFTER TREATMENT WITH A NEW ZINC COMPOUND
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The effect of 2Gly.ZnCl2.2H2O compound on the antioxidant status in chicks infected experimentally with Eimeria acervulina was studied and enhanced the antioxidant balance and performance of chicks with eimeriosis.
Application of small doses of copper salts (basic and neutral) to Ascaridia galli-infected chicks.
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Male Hisex chicks were used in two experiments to investigate the interaction between Ascaridia galli infection and supplemental copper from basic and neutral salts and Cu2(OH)3Cl reduced the number of parasites but CuSO4.5H2O and CuCO3.nH 2O did not affect the parasite burden.
The effect of excess dietary manganese on uninfected and Ascaridia galli infected chicks.
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The effect of dietary manganese from two different sources on chicks (uninfected and infected with Ascaridia galli) was studied and a greater bioavailability of manganae from 2Gly.MnCl2.2H2O was established.
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