Content of some microelements in chickens with ascaridiasis under combined drug treatment

@article{Damyanova2004ContentOS,
  title={Content of some microelements in chickens with ascaridiasis under combined drug treatment},
  author={A. A. Damyanova and Svetla E. Teodorova and Margarita Gabrashanska},
  journal={Parasitology Research},
  year={2004},
  volume={81},
  pages={549-552}
}
The content of zinc, cobalt, and selenium in the intenstinal wall of Leghorn chickens infected withAscaridia galli was determined by nondestructive neutron-activation analysis. A comparison was made between the infected animals that were treated with Piperathrine and those that were given microelements or those that did not receive microelements. Age-dependent changes were found in the content of the microelements in the control groups. It is concluded that zinc, cobalt, and selenium are… 
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Minerals and anti-oxidants.
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This concept is based on understanding the contribution of minerals in reducing the detrimental effects of free radicals and toxic metabolites on immune processes in the animal’s body.

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