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Selenium distribution in camel blood and organs after different level of dietary selenium supplementation

Seboussi Rabiha, Faye Bernard, Alhadrami Ghaleb, Askar Mustapha, Ibrahim Wissam, Mahjoub Bahaa, Hassan Khalil, Moustafa Tarik, Elkhouly Ahmed. 2010. Selenium distribution in camel blood and organs after different level of dietary selenium supplementation. Biological Trace Element Research, 133 (1) : pp. 34-50.

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Quartile : Q4, Sujet : BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY / Quartile : Q4, Sujet : ENDOCRINOLOGY & METABOLISM

Abstract : Eight young female camels shared in four groups of two 2 years received a basal diet enriched respectively with 0, 2, 4, and 8 mg selenium under sodium selenite form for 64 days. Feed intake was assessed daily; blood samples were taken on weekly basis. One camel from each group was killed at the end of the experiment. Se concentration in serum was increased significantly in the supplemented groups with an average of 176.3±18.0 ng/mL in the control group, 382.7±107.6 in the group receiving 2 mg Se, 519.8±168.4 in the group receiving 4 mg Se, and 533.4±158.6 in the group receiving 8 mg Se daily. For glutathione peroxidase (GSH-Px) activity, the control group (51.0 IU/g Hb) and the group receiving 2 mg (50.5 IU/g Hb) were significantly different than groups receiving 4 and 8mg (respectively, 65.9 and 76.1 IU/g Hb). No significant variation occurred for vitamin E (mean, 0.56±0.23 ng/mL). Significant correlation between serum Se and GSH-Px was reported. Kidney was the richest organ in selenium followed by lung, spleen, and liver, but the increase in supplemented groups was more marked in liver and kidney. The hair seemed to be the best indicator of selenium intake in camel. (Résumé d'auteur)

Mots-clés Agrovoc : Chameau, Alimentation des animaux, Complément alimentaire pour animaux, Selenium, Vitamine E, Glutathion péroxydase, Sang, organe, Composition chimique, Rein, Foie, Poils, Indicateur biologique

Mots-clés géographiques Agrovoc : Émirats arabes unis

Classification Agris : L02 - Animal feeding
L52 - Animal physiology - Growth and development
L51 - Animal physiology - Nutrition

Champ stratégique Cirad : Axe 1 (2005-2013) - Intensification écologique

Auteurs et affiliations

  • Seboussi Rabiha, United Arab Emirates University (ARE)
  • Faye Bernard, CIRAD-ES-UPR Systèmes d'élevage (FRA)
  • Alhadrami Ghaleb, United Arab Emirates University (ARE)
  • Askar Mustapha, United Arab Emirates University (ARE)
  • Ibrahim Wissam
  • Mahjoub Bahaa, United Arab Emirates University (ARE)
  • Hassan Khalil, United Arab Emirates University (ARE)
  • Moustafa Tarik, Al Qattara veterinary laboratory (ARE)
  • Elkhouly Ahmed, Al Qattara veterinary laboratory (ARE)

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