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NP1600 EFFECT ON CHANGE IN BIOCHEMICAL PARAMETERS IN BROILERS

Fouzia Dahmani*, Fatima Zehra Milouk and Adnane Remmal

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This study examines the effect of NP1600 on the variation in biochemical parameters (total cholesterol, triglycerides, urea, creatinine, total protein and uric acid) in broiler chickens. A total of 15 chickens was divided into 5 batches of 3 animals, four batches receiving NP1600 (80ppm, 120ppm, 150ppm, and 300ppm) and a control batch did not receive this product. The serum concentrations of the parameters studied were generally found to be high in the control group, but these concentrations were decreased in batches supplemented with NP1600 in high doses (above 120 ppm). In conclusion, in broiler chickens, the addition of NP1600 to their diet has an impressive effect, especially on total cholesterol, triglycerides, creatinine, and uric acid. Objective: Study the effects of NP1600 on the variation of the following serum biochemical parameters: total cholesterol, triglycerides, creatinine, urea, total proteins 15 broilers were divided into five batches of three animals, four batches of treatment and one control batch; The addition of NP1600 (80ppm, 120ppm, 150ppm, and 300ppm) to the treated batches decreased the rate of biochemical parameters studied by increasing the doses of NP1600.and uric acid. Methods and Results: 15 broilers were divided into five batches of three animals, four batches of treatment and one control batch; The addition of NP1600 (80ppm, 120ppm, 150ppm, and 300ppm) to the treated batches decreased the rate of biochemical parameters studied by increasing the doses of NP1600. Conclusion: In broiler chickens, the addition of NP1600 to their diet had impressive effects on total cholesterol, triglycerides, creatinine and uric acid.

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