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SRP. 2021; 12(3): 251-253

The Complex Effect Of Retinyl Acetate And Zeolite On The Resistance Of Rabbits With Aflatoxicosis

Aisylu Z. Mukharlyamova, Anna M. Tremasova, Aigul G. Mukhammetshina Oksana V. Shlyamina, Alsu R. Makaeva, Svetlana A Tanaseva, Alexander M. Sayfutdinov, Igor M. Fitsev, Alena Yu. Likhacheva, Elvira R. Rakhmetova, Saniya L. Mokhtarova, Maxim S. Khakimov.


The article presents the results of studying the effect of a combination of zeolite from the Tatar-Shatrashansky deposit of the Republic of Tatarstan and retinyl acetate in rabbit aflatoxicosis on the indicators of natural resistance of animals. The duration of the experiment was 55 days. Animals of the first group received the main diet, of the second group received a toxic diet, animals of the third group were additionally injected retinyl acetate with a toxic diet at a dose of 1500 IU per individual, the rabbits of the fourth group, in addition to the toxic diet, received retinyl acetate at a dose of 1500 IU per individual and zeolite at a dose of 2% of the diet. Studies showed, that the complex use of retinyl acetate and zeolite is highly effective in case of aflatoxicosis, contributing to the normalization of clinical, biochemical indicators and non-specific resistance factors.

Key words: aflatoxin, retinyl acetate, zeolite, resistance, rabbits.

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