2020
DOI: 10.1016/j.micpath.2019.103861
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Impact of Escherichia coli infection in broiler breeder chicks: The effect of oxidative stress on weight gain

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“…Cytokines such as IL-1β, IL-6, and TNF-α have been implicated as mediators to induce fever, and subsequently increase basal metabolite rate and decrease growth performance. Thus, inhibition of cytokines was generally thought as a strategy to attenuate fever and stress (27,33). In the current study, reduction of maximum body temperature and the duration of fever were associated with decreased production of cytokines in Rg3-treated groups, which is consistent with previous reports.…”
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“…Cytokines such as IL-1β, IL-6, and TNF-α have been implicated as mediators to induce fever, and subsequently increase basal metabolite rate and decrease growth performance. Thus, inhibition of cytokines was generally thought as a strategy to attenuate fever and stress (27,33). In the current study, reduction of maximum body temperature and the duration of fever were associated with decreased production of cytokines in Rg3-treated groups, which is consistent with previous reports.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 92%
“…Young broilers are more susceptible to pathogens than adults because of their immature immune system and high demand for nutrients (25)(26)(27). Thus, nutritional interventions were commonly used to maintain growth performance and alleviate the harmful consequences of bacterial LPS challenge (13,28,29).…”
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“…This negative effect could be in part mediated by the fact that E. coli induced excess production of ROS/RNS, exceeding the ability of the antioxidant defense system to cope with, which directly increase cell damage and subsequently reduce production [ 48 ]. da Rosa et al [ 49 ] reported that the negative effect of E. coli infection on chicken growth performance was mediated by oxidative stress indicated with remarkable elevation in serum and hepatic ROS formation. On the other hand, propolis supplementation was reported to improve egg production quantitatively and qualitatively in laying Japanese quail subjected to heat induced oxidative stress [ 34 ].…”
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“….The impact of colibacillosis on laying hens of the Hy-Line lineage (at 32 weeks old) characterized by approximately 40% laying, per day and large number of birds affected with diarrhea and then apathy followed by death [26]. Pathogenic strains are commonly of the O1, O2 and O78 serotypes.…”
Section: Effect Of Escherichia Coli Infection On Egg Production and Mortalitymentioning
confidence: 99%