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Effect of raising dietary protein, amino acids and/or energy levels as an attempt to alleviate severity of aflatoxicosis by broiler chicks. 2. Biochemical characteristics



Effect of raising dietary protein, amino acids and/or energy levels as an attempt to alleviate severity of aflatoxicosis by broiler chicks. 2. Biochemical characteristics



Archives of Animal Nutrition 46(4): 347-355



Effects of supplementing diets contaminated with aflatoxins 50 mg/kg by adding protein, ME, methionine and lysine or all these on biochemical characteristics of broiler tissues were compared after 6 weeks' feeding and a 2-week withdrawal period.

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