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Table 1 Composition and nutrient levels of basal diet

From: Effects of probiotic Bacillus as a substitute for antibiotics on antioxidant capacity and intestinal autophagy of piglets

Ingredients Contents (%) Nutrition levels Contents (%)
Corn 61.25 CP 19.00
Soybean meal 15.79 DE/(MJ/Kg) 14.11
Extruded-soybean 10.00 Calcium 0.80
Imported fish meal 5.00 TP 0.63
Wheat bran 3.00 AP 0.40
Soybean oil 1.74 Lysine 1.15
Premix 1.00 Methionie + cysteine 0.67
Limestone 0.98 Threonine 0.77
CaHPO4 0.78 Tryptophan 0.22
Salt 0.37   
Lysine-HCl 0.09   
Total 100.00   
  1. Providing the following amount of vitamins and minerals per kilogram on an as-fed basis: Zn (ZnO), 50 mg; Cu (CuSO4), 20 mg; Mn (MnO), 55 mg; Fe (FeSO4), 100 mg; I (KI), 1 mg; Co (CoSO4), 2 mg; Se (Na2SeO3), 0.3 mg; vitamin A, 8255 IU; vitamin D3, 2000 IU; vitamin E, 40 IU; vitamin B1, 2 mg; vitamin B2, 4 mg; pantothenic acid, 15 mg; vitamin B6, 10 mg; vitamin B12, 0.05 mg; vitamin PP, 30 mg; folic acid, 2 mg; vitamin K3, 1.5 mg; biptin, 0.2 mg; choline chloride, 800 mg; and vitamin C, 100 mg
  2. CP crude protein, De digestible energy, TP total phosphorus, AP available phosphorus