On the effects of Fusarium toxin contaminated maize in laying hen feeding

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The effects of feeding a Fusarium toxin contaminated maize (CM) to laying hens were studied in a 16-week lasting experiment. The CM contained 17630 μg deoxynivalenol (DON) and 1580 μg zearalenone (ZON) per kg. Animal performance, serum chemical parameters, antibody titers to Newcastle disease virus (NDV) in serum, antibody titers to fimbrien antigen K88 in… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF03036714

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@article{Dnicke2001OnTE, title={On the effects of Fusarium toxin contaminated maize in laying hen feeding}, author={Sven D{\"a}nicke and K-H Uebersch{\"a}r and Ingrid Helene Halle and Susann Matthes and Hana Valenta and Gerhard Flachowsky}, journal={Mycotoxin Research}, year={2001}, volume={17}, pages={62-66} }