Data on growth performance, feed conversion and skin morpohometrics were compared by means of a t-test. Regarding, microarray data, an unpaired t-test) was conducted using the GeneSpring software GX 14.5 to detect DEGs (p < 0.05) between the control and SDPP groups. Mucus differential synthesized proteins (DESs) that were found to vary in their abundance between the control and SDPP diets were analyzed for significance using a t-test. The Shapiro-Wilk test was first used to ensure the normal distribution of the data, while the uniformity of the variances was determined by Levene’s test. The DEGs and DESs fold-change graphs were represented with GraphPad software version 7.0. The PCA analyses for DEGs and DESs were obtained from GeneSpring software version 14.5 (Agilent Technologies) and Analyse-it Software versión 5.4, respectively.

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