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The influence of dietary ethoxyquin on the vitamin E status in broilers.

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  • The influence of dietary ethoxyquin on the vitamin E status in broilers. Abstract Text:

    c lauridsenC Lauridsen,k jakobsenK Jakobsen,t k hansenT K Hansen,

    In a feeding experiment with 48 male broiler chickens was the effect of dietary ethoxyquin and dl-alpha-tocopherol acetate on vitamin E status of chickens investigated. The experimental diets were offered the chickens from the first day of age until the end of the experiment at 42 days. Chickens were fed on diets containing 0, 75, or 150 mg ethoxyquin/kg feed, with (30 mg/kg feed) or without added dl-alpha-tocopherol acetate. The concentration of alpha-tocopherol in plasma of chickens on dl-alpha-tocopherol acetate supplemented diets were significantly higher than those of chickens fed on the nonsupplemented diets. Supplementation with alpha-tocopherol acetate reduced the haemolysis in vitro. Ethoxyquin seemed to have an increasing effect on the concentration of alpha-tocopherol in plasma, but not in the liver. Addition of ethoxyquin to diets without dl-tocopherol acetate reduced the concentration of gamma-tocopherol in plasma. Significant interactions between the addition of ethoxyquin and the addition of dl-alpha-tocopherol acetate to the feed were observed on the haemolysis in vitro and the activity of glutathione peroxidase in plasma. The results indicate that incorporation of ethoxyquin in the diets of chickens exert an improving effect on the vitamin E status of the organism.

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    c lauridsenC Lauridsen,k jakobsenK Jakobsen,tk hansenTK Hansen,

    For similar heterocyclic compounds: heterocyclic compounds, 2-ring: benzopyrans: vitamin e: tocopherols: alpha-tocopherol research abstracts see: heterocyclic compounds: heterocyclic compounds, 2-ring: benzopyrans: vitamin e: tocopherols: alpha-tocopherol research

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    PUBLICATION TYPE: Journal Article

    Journal: Archiv für Tierernährung

    VOLUME: 47

    Page Numbers: 245-54

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    ISSN: 0003-942X

    DAY: 19

    MONTH: 11

    YEAR: 1995

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    LANGUAGE: eng

    NlmUniqueID: 217641

    The influence of dietary ethoxyquin on the vitamin E status in broilers. Keywords Mesh Terms:

    KEYWORDS: alpha-Tocopherol

    MESH TERMS: analogs & derivatives

    Chemical & Substance for Abstract: The influence of dietary ethoxyquin on the vitamin E status in broilers. Information

    Substance Name: Ethoxyquin

    Registry Number: 91-53-2

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    AFFILIATION: National Institute of Animal Science, Department for Animal Physiology and Biochemistry, Tjele, Denmark.

    Country: SWITZERLAND

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