Still no reference to hamsters and the feed is 72% herring fish meal. There is only a couple of references to rodents (rats)(about 2 sentences) just comparing to similar tests conducted. The majority of the paper is about fish. The rest of the paper is about tilapia and then comparing studies done with trout, carp and catfish. To quote from the paper; 'Allicin treatment seems to be an enhancing effect for antibody activity (14). Microbiology Safety Standards have not been established for fish culture facilities in the United States nor in any other producing country (48) and total bacteria counts or coliforms counts with antibiotic or garlic treatments have never been detected. Results of total bacterial count revealed that bacterial load in the aquarium water was more affected by Allium sativum diets than by chloramphenicol and control diets' Showing that even when fed as part of a diet, garlic affected bacteria and colliforms in the water column. 'Finally, from the obtained results it could be recommended that garlic (Allium sativum) may be used as a growth promoter and antibiotic for the treatment orprevention of diseases and for enhancing fish tolerance to environmental stress (62); therefore garlic powder should be added to the diets of freshwater fish.'