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Response of Feeding Supplemental Choline Chloride on Immune Response of Broiler Chickens Fed Diets Containing Different Levels of Methionine

Rupjyoti Hazarika,Chandra Deo, M. A. Wani, Sajad A. Sheikh.

Abstract
An experiment was conducted to evaluate the response of feeding different levels of supplemental choline on cell mediated immune response (CMI), humoral immune response (HI) and weight of different immune organs of broiler chickens fed on diets containing different levels of methionine. A six weeks (0-6wks) feeding trial was conducted involving three levels of methionine (100%, 90% and 80% of (NRC, 1994) each with three levels of choline (100%, 110% and 120% of (NRC,1994) through 3x3 factorial experiments. Day old broiler chicks (n=360) were distributed randomly in to 45 groups of 8 chicks each. Each test diet was offered ad libitum to five replicated groups of 8 chicks each, which were housed in battery brooders cages with uniform managemental condition. At 21st days of experiment CMI, HI was assessed and immune organs weight was assessed at 21 and 42 days of age. Results indicated that supplementation of choline to different diets that are adequate and deficient in methionine had no significant effect on CMI and HI responses. Significant (P

Key words: Methionine, choline, immunity



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