Veterinaria Digital - 4/10/2015Plantar deficiency of biotin
The presence of Biotin is very important in tissues with rapid mitosis as intestinal epithelia and skin. Although it can be synthesized by intestinal microorganisms, the combination of low doses of biotin and the routine use of antibiotics in feed can...
Veterinaria Digital - 20/09/2015Head femur break in broiler
The breakage of the femoral head can be caused to articulate or intestinal lesions that affect intestinal absorption especially lack of biotin, the presence of trichothecenes in feed and infectious toxic hepatoenteritis by infectio
Veterinaria Digital - 13/09/2015Biotin deficiency in intestine
Biotin is a vitamin of B group (B7 or B8), of great importance to the tissues that need regenerate very quickly. Their water-soluble character requires continued administration, so that the relative lack of it, causing alterations in the epithelium. The...
Veterinaria Digital - 15/02/2015Biotin deficiency phase 1 and phase 2
Biotin is a vitamin B group, called B7 or B8 which acts, after binding to lysine, forming biocytin, as a cofactor for various carboxylase involved in the metabolism of fats and amino acids. Its presence is very important in tissues with rapid mitosis...
Veterinaria Digital - 5/10/2014Plantar injury by Biotin deficiency
Biotin is a nutritional decisive factor in epithelia formations and annex formations. In poultry meat and egg-production poultry the biotin deficiency may be primary or secondary. The primary deficiency, is produced by the absence of biotin in feed, is...