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Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci.2019.8(7): 2334-2342
DOI: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2019.807.286


Serum Biochemistry of Broiler Chicken Supplemented with Detoxifying Microbial Enzymes to Ameliorate Feed Toxins
S. Senthilkumar*, R. Kavitha, S.R. Janani, K.P. Prabhakaran, P. Vasanthakumar, M.R. Purushothaman and D. Chandrasekaran
Department of Animal Nutrition, Veterinary College and Research Institute, (Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University) Namakkal - 637002, Tamil Nadu, India
*Corresponding author
Abstract:

A feeding trial was conducted to assess the efficacy of serum profile of broiler chicken supplemented with detoxifying microbial enzymes (DME) on feed toxins using 420 number of day -old male Vencobb broiler chicks were divided into fourteen groups, 30 birds in each for 42 days. Treatment groups: T1 and T2 were healthy control and positive control, respectively, T3 received naturally mycotoxin contaminated feed at field level, T4 received naturally mycotoxin contaminated feed at field level + DME at 250g/ton of feed, T5 received naturally contaminated feed with Clostridium spp.,T6 received naturally contaminated feed with Clostridium spp.,+ DME at 250g/ ton of feed, T7 received naturally contaminated feed with E.coli, T8 received naturally contaminated feed with E.coli + DME at 250g/ton of feed, T9 infected with Clostridium spp., on day 8th, T10 infected with Clostridium spp., on day 8th + DME at 250g/ton of feed, T11 infected with E.coli on day 8th, T12 infected with E.coli on day 8th + DME at 250g/ton of feed, T13 received mycotoxin contaminated feed inoculated with Clostridium spp., and E.coli from day 8th and T14 received mycotoxin contaminated feed inoculated Clostridium spp., and E.coli from day 8th + DME at 250g/ton of feed. At the end of 28th and 42nd day two birds from each replicate were slaughtered for biochemical analysis. The level of serum sodium, potassium, calcium, chloride, glucose, total protein, uric acid, SGOT, SGPT and ALP were measured. All the parameter levels were comparable with the treatment groups and it could be inferred that the supplementation of DME did not cause any adverse health effect on broilers.


Keywords: Broiler, Detoxifying microbial enzymes, Serum biochemistry
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Senthilkumar, S., R. Kavitha, S.R. Janani, K.P. Prabhakaran, P. Vasanthakumar, M.R. Purushothaman and Chandrasekaran, D. 2019. Serum Biochemistry of Broiler Chicken Supplemented with Detoxifying Microbial Enzymes to Ameliorate Feed Toxins.Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci. 8(7): 2334-2342. doi: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2019.807.286