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Effects of Long-term Feeding of Graded Levels of T-2 Toxin-contaminated Diets on Performance, Some Lipid Peroxide and Glutathione Redox Status Parameters of Broiler Chickens
The Journal of Poultry Science
The effect of two different contamination levels of T-2 toxin (1.5 or 3.4 mg/kg feed) was investigated in a 28days feeding trial on body weight, relative weight of liver and spleen, and some lipid peroxidation and glutathione redox parameters of 14-days old broiler chicken. The results showed that T-2 toxin decreased significantly the body weight at both contamination levels and showed a dose-dependent tendency. Relative weight of liver increased till the end of the trial, while relative weightdoi:10.2141/jpsa.0140147 fatcat:4omc5xttrjh5bngzjs73rm4rdy