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Dietary synbiotic incorporation as an alternative to antibiotic improves growth performance, intestinal morphology, immunity and antioxidant capacity of broilers

To purchase or authenticate to the full-text of this article, please visit this link: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/jsfa.8838/abstract Byline: Yueping Chen, Chao Wen, Yanmin Zhou Keywords: synbiotic; immunity; intestinal morphology; oxidative status; broilers Abstract BACKGROUD The pres... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture July 2018, Vol.98(9), pp.3343-3350
Main Author: Chen, Yueping
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title: Dietary synbiotic incorporation as an alternative to antibiotic improves growth performance, intestinal morphology, immunity and antioxidant capacity of broilers
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  • Chen, Yueping
  • Wen, Chao
  • Zhou, Yanmin
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  • Synbiotic
  • Immunity
  • Intestinal Morphology
  • Oxidative Status
  • Broilers
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description: To purchase or authenticate to the full-text of this article, please visit this link: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/jsfa.8838/abstract Byline: Yueping Chen, Chao Wen, Yanmin Zhou Keywords: synbiotic; immunity; intestinal morphology; oxidative status; broilers Abstract BACKGROUD The present study aimed to investigate the effects of dietary synbiotic supplementation as an alternative to antibiotics on growth performance, intestinal morphology, immunity and oxidative status of broilers. One-day-old male chicks were allocated to three treatments and given a basal diet free from antibiotic (Control group) and a basal diet supplemented with either chlortetracycline or synbiotic for 42days, respectively. RESULTS Compared to the control group, the supplementation of synbiotic increased the average daily gain and gain:feed ratio of broilers from 22 to 42days and 1 to 42days of age, as well as the relative weight of the thymus and the secretory immunoglobulin A level in the jejunum and ileum at 42days of age, with the values of these parameters being similar to the antibiotic group. Dietary synbiotic inclusion promoted the ratio of ileal villus height to crypt depth of broilers at 21days of age. The supplementation of synbiotic also reduced the ileal malondialdehyde accumulation of broilers at 42days of age to a level comparable with that of the antibiotic group. CONCLUSION Dietary synbiotic supplementation as an alternative to antibiotic could exert beneficial consequences on growth performance, intestinal morphology, immunity and the antioxidant capacity of broilers. [c] 2017 Society of Chemical Industry
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