In vivo anthelmintic activity against gastrointestinal nematode infections using different types of spent coffee ground (SCG) mixed within the feed of goats and sheep. The condensed tannin content of each extract (catechin equivalent) is also included, as well as the confirmation of the role of polyphenols in the in vivo activity using polyethylene glycol.
|Varieties of Mexican Coffea arabica||Animal species||Gastrointestinal nematode infection||Condensed tannin content of SCG||Inclusion level of SCG||Activity||Confirmed role of polyphenols||Reference|
|Garat®||Goats||Natural mixed infection||2.69%||15%||25% EPG reduction||Not tested|||
|30% of Concentrate||27% EPG reduction (non-significant)|
|Garat®||Goats||FMVZ-UADY||5.84%||40% of concentrate||69% EPG reduction*||PEG|||
|51% fecundity reduction|
|Starbucks® CS||Sheep||FESC-UNAM||19.6%||10% of diet||25% EPG reduction*||PEG|||
|Starbucks® SG||26% fecundity reduction*|
|Starbucks® CS||Sheep||Paraiso||19.6%||10% of diet||No EPG reduction||PEG|||
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