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“…Some studies carried out with mineral nanoparticles indicate that the availability and absorption at the intestinal level are improved, such as in the case of selenium in ruminants [20]. In the case of the design of Ca-P nanoparticles, there is extensive information indicating its approach to the remineralization of bone and dental tissues, and controlled drug release [5][6][7][8][9][10]. However, the high purity and safety of nanoparticles used in humans are expensive when used in farm animals.…”
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“…Some studies carried out with mineral nanoparticles indicate that the availability and absorption at the intestinal level are improved, such as in the case of selenium in ruminants [20]. In the case of the design of Ca-P nanoparticles, there is extensive information indicating its approach to the remineralization of bone and dental tissues, and controlled drug release [5][6][7][8][9][10]. However, the high purity and safety of nanoparticles used in humans are expensive when used in farm animals.…”
Section: Characterizationmentioning
“…A smaller particle size would result in a larger exposed surface for chemical interaction inside poultry gastrointestinal tube, yielding a higher absorption efficiency [7,8]. Sedaghat et al [9] reported that most particles measuring up to 100 nm are often absorbed in the intestinal tube 15 to 250 times more than those of bigger nanoparticles size, thus, reducing the amount of DP needed, resulting in lower feeding costs.…”
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