Target Animal Safety and Residual Studyfor Berberine and other PhytogenicCompounds in Broiler Chickens

@article{Yu2017TargetAS,
  title={Target Animal Safety and Residual Studyfor Berberine and other PhytogenicCompounds in Broiler Chickens},
  author={D. X. Yu and Zhiyong He and C. Pouton and F. J. Hoerr and Z. Xiao},
  journal={Archives of Clinical Microbiology},
  year={2017},
  volume={8}
}
Background: Phytogenic compounds are one of many alternatives to current industry feed ingredients for the poultry industry. However, despite increased reports on the activity of phytogenic compounds against disease in poultry, there is a lack of data regarding safety and residual toxicity. This two-part study investigated the general health of broiler chickens fed Berberine, Ursolic Acid, Piceid, Honokiol and Baicalin in-feed at three different levels, and assessed the poultry… Expand
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