Sel-Plex® maintains small intestine integrity in reovirusinfected broiler chickens

Published on: 08/28/2007
Author/s : F.W. EDENS, S. BURGOS, J. READ-SNYDER, A. CANTOR and A. PESCATORE (Courtesy of Alltech Inc.)

In 1974, when the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved selenium as a feed supplement, inorganic selenium, primarily as sodium selenite, became the traditional source for dietary supplemental selenium for poultry and livestock (Leeson and Summers, 1991).That decision in 1974 was based on cost of the selenium supplements and lack of information on selenomethionine, and it was ironic becaus...

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Paul Cotter Paul Cotter
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August 28, 2007
The small size of the photos of intestinal sections detracts somewhat from this otherwise excellent article.
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