Indian Journal of Animal Research

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Indian Journal of Animal Research, volume 47 issue 2 (april 2013) : 156-159

ASSESSMENT OF OXIDATIVE STRESS AROUND PARTURITION BY DETERMINING ANTIOXIDANT VITAMINS IN MEHSANA BUFFALOES

M.M. Pathan1*, A. Latif, H. Das, G.M. Siddique, M.M. Vaidya1, Raju Kushwaha1
1College of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry Sardarkrushinagar Dantiwala Agriculture University, Sardarkrushinagar- 385 506, India
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Cite article:- Pathan1* M.M., Latif A., Das H., Siddique G.M., Vaidya1 M.M., Kushwaha1 Raju (2024). ASSESSMENT OF OXIDATIVE STRESS AROUND PARTURITION BY DETERMINING ANTIOXIDANT VITAMINS IN MEHSANA BUFFALOES. Indian Journal of Animal Research. 47(2): 156-159. doi: .
Periparturient period is especially critical for health and subsequent productivity of buffaloes. The present study was undertaken to assess the degree of oxidative stress in Mehsana buffaloes during periparturient period. The results of the present study revealed that the antioxidant vitamins viz. vitamin C, vitamin A and b carotene was significantly (plevels of vitamin C, vitamin A and b-carotene were found to be significantly (p day of parturition, suggesting more utilization of these vitamins for maintaining homeostasis in the absence of oxidative stress.
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