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Olkowski, A. A., Korver, D., Rathgeber, B. and Classen, H. L. 1999: Cardiac index, oxygen delivery, and tissue oxygen extraction in slow and fast growing chickens, and in chickens with heart failure and ascites

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. A. ( 1994 ): Pharmacokinetics of doxycycline in broiler chickens . Avian Pathol. 23 , 79 – 90 . Andrade , R. J. and Tulkens , P. M. ( 2011 ): Hepatic safety of antibiotics

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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors: Tibor Gaál, L. Wágner, F. Husvéth, H. A. Manilla, P. Vajdovich, N. Balogh, I. Lóth and Katalin Németh S.

Hulan, H. W., Ackman, R. G., Ratnayake, W. M. N. and Proudfoot, F. G. (1989): Omega-3 fatty acid levels and general performance of broiler chickens fed reddish meal or reddish oil. Poultry Sci. 68 , 153-162. Omega-3 fatty acid

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Decuypere, E. (2000): Complementary DNA cloning and ontogenetic expression of pituitary specific transcription factor (Pit-1) of chickens (Gallus domesticus) from the pituitary gland. Gen. Comp. Endocrinol. 120 , 127

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Elaroussi, M., Mohamed, F., El Barkouky, E., Atta, A., Abdou, A. and Hatab, M. (2006): Experimental ochratoxicosis in broiler chickens. Avian Pathol. 35 , 263–269. Hatab M. Experimental

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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors: Viera Revajová, Mikuláš Levkut, Mária Levkutová, Radka Bořutová, Ľubomíra Grešaková, Božena Košiková and Ľubomír Leng

Baurhoo, B., Phillip, L. and Ruiz-Feria, C.A. (2007 b ): Effects of purified lignin and mannanoligosaccharides on intestinal integrity and microbial populations in the ceca and litter of broiler chickens. Poult. Sci. 86 , 1070

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-Vega , W.R. , Fonseca , G.G. , Feisther , V.A. , Silva , T.F. & Prentice , C. ( 2013 ): Evaluation of frankfurters obtained from croaker (Micropogonias furnieri) surimi and mechanically deboned chicken meat surimi-like material . CyTA –J. Food

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Adams, S. C., Xing, Z., Li, J. and Cardona, C. J. (2009): Immune-related gene expression in response to H11N9 low pathogenic avian influenza virus infection in chicken and Pekin duck peripheral blood mononuclear

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with 60–80 % of the flocks being affected [ 3–5 ]. The bacterium preferably colonizes the cecal and cloacal crypts as well as the colon with high prevalence up to 10 9 colony forming units (cfu)/g [ 6–8 ]. In broiler chickens, C. jejuni colonization

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Nature 2006 441 101 105 Lam, K. M. (1995): Apoptosis in chicken embryo fibroblasts caused by

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