Acta Scientific Pharmacology

Research Article Volume 1 Issue 10

Metabolic Role of Non-Specific Immunestimulant (Inmunair) in Advanced Healthy of Broilers

Mahfouz MK1, Omyma AR1, Abd El-maksoud HA1*, Abd El-fattah SA2 and Sohyla GM1

1Department of Biochemistry, Benha University, Egypt
2Department of Pharmacology, Sadat City University, Egypt

*Corresponding Author: Abd El-maksoud HA, Department of Biochemistry, Benha University, Egypt.

Received: June 29, 2020; Published: September 25, 2020



  The objective of the present study was to evaluate the biochemical effect of Inmunair 17.5® administration on broilers. One hundred one day old Cobb broiler chicks were divided into 2 groups : control group (No treatment) and inmunair group (Inmunair 17.5® treated :1.5ml/L to drinking water for 24 hours at first 5 days of life1 day before vaccination and 2 days after vaccination). Blood samples were collected at 7,21 and 31 days of life. Body weight was registered at 10 and 34 days of life. Results revealed that inmunair caused no significance on serum (TP, Alb, AST, ALP, Ca, Cholesterol, HDL, LDL, CRP, IL6) but caused significant decrease in Na all over experimental period, significant decrease in cortisol at 7 and 21 days of life, significant increase in IL2 at 31 days of life and high significant increase in immunoglobulins IgG and IgM all over the experimental period. The increase in body weight wasn’t significant. In conclusion the obtained result show that inmunair 17.5 can be used as a safe immunostimulant that can reduce stress after vaccination and cause antibody response in broilers.

Keywords: Pediatric Dentistry; Oral Habits; Nursing Bottle Caries; Dental Trauma; Cleft Palate; Natal Teeth; Neonatal Teeth



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Citation: Abd El-maksoud HA., et al. “Metabolic Role of Non-Specific Immunestimulant (Inmunair) in Advanced Healthy of Broilers".Acta Scientific Pharmacology 1.10 (2020): 25-29.


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