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  • Buffalo Bulletin (Thailand)

  • Vol. 36 NO. 3 Page 497-503

  • http://ibic.lib.ku.ac.th/e-bulletin/IBBU201703006.pdf

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  • The complex polysaccharides of Aloe have been reported to improve immunity and oxidative status either in vitro or in vivo studies. Further, beta-carotene has been shown to influence immune function and health in the cow. In this study, the effects of VigoorsanTM, a commercial supplement containing Aloe arborescence and beta-carotene, on biochemical profile and oxidative/inflammatory status, were evaluatedin pregnant buffalo cows. VigoorsanTM was supplied (50 g/day/head) to pluriparae buffalo cows for 30 days before delivery. A significant increase of BAP and OXY and a decrease of d-ROMs (P LT 0.01) were detected in blood from cows supplemented with VigoorsanTM. Further, a decrease of TNF-alpha, IL1-beta and MCP-1 and an increase of IL-10 were showed (P LT 0.01). Blood chemistry profiles showed no adverse effects on health status. Results showed that VigoorsanTM supplementation improves oxidative and inflammatory status with no negative effects on metabolism in water buffalo cow.

  • Buffaloes;Bubalus bubalis;Aloe arborescence;β-carotene;Oxidative status;Inflammation;Supplementation;Immunity;Italy

  • [1] Lombardi, P. (University of Naples Federico II, Naples (Italy). Department of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Production)
    [2] Musco, N. (University of Naples Federico II, Naples (Italy). Department of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Production)
    [3] Cutrignelli, M.I. (University of Naples Federico II, Naples (Italy). Department of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Production)
    [4] Mollica, M.P. (University of Naples Federico II, Naples (Italy). Department of Biology)
    [5] Trinchese, G. (University of Naples Federico II, Naples (Italy). Department of Biology)
    [6] Calabro, S. (University of Naples Federico II, Naples (Italy). Department of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Production)
    [7] Tudisco, R. (University of Naples Federico II, Naples (Italy). Department of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Production)
    [8] Grossi, M. (University of Naples Federico II, Naples (Italy). Department of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Production)
    [9] Mastellone, V. (University of Naples Federico II, Naples (Italy). Department of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Production)
    [10] Vassalotti, G. (University of Naples Federico II, Naples (Italy). Department of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Production)
    [11] Pero, M.E. (University of Naples Federico II, Naples (Italy). Department of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Production)
    [12] Morittu, V.M. (University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro. Campus S. Venuta, Catanzaro (Italy). Department of Health Sciences)

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Lombardi, P. and others. (2017). The association of aloe and β-carotene supplementation improves oxidative stress and inflammatory state in pregnant buffalo cows.  Buffalo Bulletin (Thailand), 36 (3) ,497-503

Lombardi, P. and others. "The association of aloe and β-carotene supplementation improves oxidative stress and inflammatory state in pregnant buffalo cows" Buffalo Bulletin (Thailand), 36, 2017, 497-503.

Lombardi, P. and others. "The association of aloe and β-carotene supplementation improves oxidative stress and inflammatory state in pregnant buffalo cows" Buffalo Bulletin (Thailand) .36.3 (2017):497-503.print.