Elemental Metabolomics: Modulation of Egg Metallome with Flavonoids, an Exploratory Study

@article{Pappas2019ElementalMM,
  title={Elemental Metabolomics: Modulation of Egg Metallome with Flavonoids, an Exploratory Study},
  author={Athanasios C. Pappas and Evangelos Zoidis and Michael Goliomytis and Panagiotis E. Simitzis and Kyriaki Sotirakoglou and Maria A. Charismiadou and Christos Nikitas and George Danezis and Stelios G. Deligeorgis and Constantinos A. Georgiou},
  journal={Antioxidants},
  year={2019},
  volume={8}
}
The basic principles of elemental metabolomics were applied to investigate whether alteration of egg metallome could be achieved after two flavonoids addition, namely hesperidin and naringin in diets of laying hens. A total of 72 hens were divided into six groups: Control (C) (basal diet), E1 (750 mg hesperidin/kg diet), E2 (1500 mg hesperidin/kg diet), N1 (750 mg naringin/kg diet), N2 (1500 mg naringin/kg diet), and VE (200 mg vitamin E/kg diet). The same diet was provided to birds of all… 

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