Vitamin C as A Feed Vitamin in Poultry:Patent Overview (Last 5 years)
Vitamin C benefits the sick and the stressed. Vitamin C probably is the most important because it is a powerful antioxidant and immunomodulator.
a) It holds the cells together through collagen synthesis.
b) It aids in wound healing, bone, and tooth formation, strengthening blood vessel walls, improving immune system function, increasing absorption and utilization of iron, and acting as an antioxidant.
c) It reduces the effects of toxic chemicals in water and prevents negative effects of water temperature fluctuations.
There are much more functions that vitamin C exhibits as a whole. Due to these properties, these are added in the feed and they have become an integral part of the supplementation. Many companies are focusing on the formulations and so the innovations turned to patents. To know more it is worth going through the patent overview.
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