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Effects of commercial herbal and chemical medicines on performance, GI microbial population, intestinal morphology and serum lipids of broiler chickens challenged with infectious bronchitis vaccine virus.

@article{Hatamzadeh2013EffectsOC,
  title={Effects of commercial herbal and chemical medicines on performance, GI microbial population, intestinal morphology and serum lipids of broiler chickens challenged with infectious bronchitis vaccine virus.},
  author={M. Hatamzadeh and S. Rahimi and M. Gharagozlou},
  journal={journal of medicinal plants and by-products},
  year={2013},
  volume={2},
  pages={1-11}
}
The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of commercial herbal and chemical medicines on growth performance, serum lipids, intestinal selected bacterial population and intestinal morphology of broiler chickens. In this study, 450 day-old female broiler chickens (Arian strain) were divided into 10 treatments with three replicates of 15 chicks per replicate. On day 14 of the experiment, birds in following treatments: 1) Anzofin®; 2) Antibiofin®; 3) Immunofin®; 4)Broncofin® ; 5) Zagrol… Expand

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