Comparative study for Effect of the Using of Aged Garlic Extract and Row Garlic extract added to drinking water as Immune Modulators of Broiler Infected with Gomboro

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Iftikhar M. Kadhim Sohad H. Erhaim

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   This study included the effect of Aged garlic extract (AgE) and Row garlic extract (RgE)as immune modulators for treating or redusing the infection of boiler by Gomboro.       This is made of measuring the stress index and serum antibodies levels against Gomboro virous( GV) estimated by HI,the study also detected the effect of each extract as antioxidents in broiler by estimation of peroxynitrite in serum . 300 chicks infected with Gumboro diseas brought at day ( 21 ) old and divided into three groups , the first group A was given the ( RgE ) at level of 5% with drinking water , the group B was given 5% of  ( AgE ) and group C is left as control group and wasn't given anything.     Then we collected the blood samples from chicken to make the serological test . The results  demonstrat significant decrease in stres index and level of antibodies and peroxynitrite in group B than group A . The clinical test demostrat increasing phenolic contents  (TPC) , superoxid dismutas ( SOD) and 2,2- Diphenyl-1-picrylhydrazyl  ( DPPH ) In ( AgE ) than in ( RgE ) .  So we concluded that the use of ( AgE ) with drinking water of chicks infected with  Gumboro will reduce the pathological effect of GDV  and considered as antioxidant and antistress agent and scavening the damage of cells induced from virus .

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KADHIM, Iftikhar M.; ERHAIM, Sohad H.. Comparative study for Effect of the Using of Aged Garlic Extract and Row Garlic extract added to drinking water as Immune Modulators of Broiler Infected with Gomboro. Ibn AL- Haitham Journal For Pure and Applied Science, [S.l.], v. 26, n. 3, p. 25-31, apr. 2017. ISSN 2521-3407. Available at: <http://jih.uobaghdad.edu.iq/index.php/j/article/view/409>. Date accessed: 25 sep. 2020.
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biology