Corpus ID: 53125319

Endogenous antioxidants in fish

  title={Endogenous antioxidants in fish},
  author={Margr{\'e}t Bragad{\'o}ttir},
Effects of black cumin (Nigella sativa) oil on ammonia and biogenic amine production in rainbow trout
In the present study, 0.00% (control), 0.10%, 0.40%, 0.70%, 1.00% and 1.30% black cumin oil was added to rainbow trout feed and the fish were fed for 120 days. Following the feeding period, theExpand
Cholesterol photosensitized oxidation in food and biological systems.
An overall and critical picture of cholesterol photosensitized oxidation in food and biological systems, and its possible impact on human health and well-being is provided. Expand
Clinicopathological studies on some antibiotics used in Nile tilapia infected with Streptoccocus iniae
The hematological results showed a significant decrease in RBCs counts, Hb content and PCV and a leukocytosis with neutrophilia in Nile tilapia infected with S. iniae, and significant changes were recorded in the immunological and biochemical parameters. Expand


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