|Sea buckthorn oil had a potent hepatoprotective activity, reducing the concentration of aflatoxins in liver and diminishing their adverse effects.
|C Solcan et al., 2013
|2% of diet
|Provided partial protection against Ochratoxin A-induced nephropathy.
|V Patial et al., 2013
|demonstrated the beneficial effect of Hippophae rhamnoides extract at high altitude and therefore, may be used in formulation of feed additive for poultry ration.
|S Kalia et al., 2018
|beneficial effect of feeding sea buckthorn fruit residues on total number of laid eggs and egg yolk color.
|M Shaker et al., 2015
|3 and 12 g/kg diet
|inclusion of dried SB berries did not significantly affect broiler chicken growth performance, antioxidant status or intestinal health, with the exception of increased jejunal crypt depth and linear reductions in caecal concentrations of acetic, butyric and valeric acids.
|V Pirgozliev et al., 2023
|0.6 mL/kg of body weight once a day
|liver protection, aflatoxins
|decreased the severity of AFB1 toxic effects in the liver. This protective action was evident on body growth, microscopic changes in the liver, serum protein, and albumin concentration, AST activity and p53, COX-2, and Bcl-2 expression and decrease of micotoxin residues in the liver.
|Solcan, Carmen, et al., 2013
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