alexa Effects of the Nanostructured Complex of Biologically Active Compounds on the Free-Radical Processes and the Liver State of the Chicken Cross "Shaver 2000"

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Effects of the Nanostructured Complex of Biologically Active Compounds on the Free-Radical Processes and the Liver State of the Chicken Cross "Shaver 2000"

Double handling of hatching eggs by nanostructured complex of the biologically active compounds (ethanolamine, succinic acid and serine) significantly influenced embryogenesis of poultry. This handling has a positive influence on the state of their liver. These results can be explained by decreasing degree of lipid peroxidation and increasing capacity of the “antioxidant defense” system. Peroxidase activity decreased by 20.8% and superoxide dismutase increased by 1.7 times. The proposed approach leads to an increase in the viability of experimental chickens and acceleration of embryogenesis.

 

 

Effects of the Nanostructured Complex of Biologically Active Compounds on the Free-Radical Processes and the Liver State of the Chicken Cross "Shaver 2000"

 
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