2020
DOI: 10.1016/j.jtherbio.2020.102618
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Curcumin addition in diet of laying hens under cold stress has antioxidant and antimicrobial effects and improves bird health and egg quality

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“…Decreased total leukocyte counts, neutrophil and lymphocyte numbers, total protein level, ALP, and ALT were also shown in the CUR treated group. 170 THU at doses of 10 and 20 μM against glutamateinduced oxidative stress in HT22 cells significantly increased cell viability than glutamate-treated cells. The accumulation of intracellular ROS increased by glutamate treatment also prevented by THU.…”
Section: Antioxidant Effects Of Curcumin Animal Studiesmentioning
confidence: 87%
“…Decreased total leukocyte counts, neutrophil and lymphocyte numbers, total protein level, ALP, and ALT were also shown in the CUR treated group. 170 THU at doses of 10 and 20 μM against glutamateinduced oxidative stress in HT22 cells significantly increased cell viability than glutamate-treated cells. The accumulation of intracellular ROS increased by glutamate treatment also prevented by THU.…”
Section: Antioxidant Effects Of Curcumin Animal Studiesmentioning
confidence: 87%
“…Regarding internal quality, the supplementation of PFAs such as black cumin or red pepper [ 53 ], star anise ( Illicium verum Hook.f.) EO [ 45 ] grape pomace flour [ 101 ] and curcumin [ 100 ] has been shown to reduce egg lipid peroxidation and increase its antioxidant levels, thereby, generating internal stability of the stored eggs and contributing to extending egg shelf life. The Haugh unit score, known as an indicator of egg freshness and is related to shelf life, has been also shown to be increased by PFAs supplementation [ 46 , 48 , 63 ].…”
Section: Effects Of Phytogenic Feed Additives On Chickensmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…However, the control of coliforms is complicated by the prohibition of antibiotics in feed. To cope with this, people choose to find natural alternatives with antimicrobial properties to maintain the level of production and product quality in the chicken industry [ 8 , 9 ]. Therefore, the search for a safe and effective antibiotic substitute is one of the key issues in the poultry industry and public health research.…”
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confidence: 99%