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Effect of dietary inclusion of the synbiotic Biomin IMBO on broilers' some blood metabolites

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Author(s): Seyyed Morteza Dibaji | Alireza Seidavi | Leila Asadpour

Journal: Research Opinions in Animal & Veterinary Sciences
ISSN 2221-1896

Volume: 2;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 10;
Date: 2012;
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ABSTRACT
This study investigated the effect of symbiotic (Biomin IMBO) on some blood metabolites of Ross broilers. Two hundred Roosters were divided into five treatments: the first is the control group that fed the basal diet, the second group fed the basal diet + Biomin at the manufacturer’s proposed level, the third group fed the basal diet + Biomin at the level 25% lower than the that proposed by the manufacturer, the fourth group fed the basal diet + Biomin at the level 25% higher than the company's proposed level and the fifth group fed the basal diet + Biomin at the level 50% higher than the manufacturer's proposed level. At the end of the experiment (42 days), blood samples were taken to measure the studied parameters. The results showed that the symbiotic Biomin inclusion in the diet had no significant effect on blood protein, albumin, high density lipoprotein (HDL), very low density lipoprotein (VLDL), triglyceride, cholesterol, uric acid and glucose. However, an improved effect on blood low density lipoprotein (LDL) and HDL to LDL ratio were observed in the group had the inclusion of 50% high level of Biomin. Given the scope and appropriate impact of symbiotic Biomin IMBO, the use of this supplement at higher dose appears to be effective on the biochemical composition of blood.
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