Nutritional modulation of the antioxidant capacities in poultry: the case of vitamin E.

@article{Surai2019NutritionalMO,
  title={Nutritional modulation of the antioxidant capacities in poultry: the case of vitamin E.},
  author={Peter F Surai and Ivan I. Kochish and Michael N Romanov and Darren K. Griffin},
  journal={Poultry science},
  year={2019}
}
Commercial poultry production is associated with a range of stresses, including environmental, technological, nutritional, and internal/biological ones, responsible for decreased productive and reproductive performance of poultry. At the molecular level, most of them are associated with oxidative stress and damages to important biological molecules. Poultry feed contains a range of feed-derived and supplemented antioxidants and, among them, vitamin E is considered as the "headquarters" of the… Expand
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