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Participation in Forum on June 23, 2023
Zahed Abbasi Yes, ROS production will be increased under infection stress. As for protective effects of antioxidants, they will depend on dosage, a choice of antioxidant or their mixtures. In general, protective effects are not straight forward.
Video published on June 2, 2023
Peter Surai (FeedFood, UK; Vitagene and Health Research Centre, UK, among others) explains the use of vitamin E and other additives when talking about meat quality, in this Engormix interview.
Video published on June 2, 2023
Peter Surai (FeedFood, UK; Vitagene and Health Research Centre, UK, among others) presents on Engormix his talk about antioxidants and their use in poultry production.
Article published the December 26, 2022
For many years reactive oxygen species (ROS) production in biological systems has been considered to be detrimental. However, a pleasant face of ROS has received recently tremendous attention. Indeed, it has been proven that ROS participate in cell signalling, transcription factors regulation and vitagene activation to maintain optimal cellular redox balance and to provide an effective stress adap ...
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Video published on March 26, 2022
Dr. Peter Surai, Professor. Vitagene and Health Research Center, UK, responds to this question in this video.
Video published on March 26, 2022
Mycotoxins can actually compromise gut’s microbiota and its chemical, physical and immunological barrier. Hear what Dr. Peter Surai has to say about it
Article published the September 20, 2021
1. IntroductionRedox biology is a very quickly developing area of modern biological sciences, and roles of redox homeostasis in health and disease have recently received tremendous attention [1–6]. There are a range of redox pairs in cells/tissues responsible for redox homeostasis maintenance/regulation. They include, but are not limited to, NAD+/NADH, NADP+/NADPH, GSSH/GSH (glutathione syst ...
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Article published the August 6, 2021
For the last three decades poultry production worldwide has made tremendous progress in terms of quantity and quality of meat and egg production, including improvement of growth rate and feed conversion rate. However, it has been proven that commercial poultry production is associated with a range of stresses including environmental, technological, nutritional, and internal/biological [1,2]. Indee ...
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Article published the July 28, 2021
BackgroundRecently, a comprehensive review paper devoted to roles of nano-Se in livestock and fish nutrition has been published in the Nanoscale Research Letters [1]. The authors described in great detail an issue related to nano-Se production and its possible applications in animal industry and medicine. Indeed, it is well established that many molecules presented as nanoparticles have unusual be ...
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Article published the July 26, 2021
1. IntroductionIn commercial dairy and beef production, a range of stresses are responsible for economic losses associated with the decreased productive and reproductive performance of cows. It has been shown that at the molecular level, nutritional, technological, environmental and internal stresses lead to the overproduction of free radicals, the disturbance of the redox balance, and oxidative s ...
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