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Oxidative stress during exercise in racehorses: relationships between nutrition, training and biochemical defences against free radicals


, : Oxidative stress during exercise in racehorses: relationships between nutrition, training and biochemical defences against free radicals. Pferdeheilkunde 12(4): 557-560

14 three-year-old Maremmana stallions undergoing training were randomly divided into 2 groups. One group (control) was fed a diet which was considered adequate for light work and ensured at least 3 mg of selenium per day; the second group (Se group) received the same diet which was enriched with 20 micro g/kg of body weight of selenium per day. Blood samples were collected at the beginning of the trial (t0) and after 30 and 60 days (t30, t60).


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