International Phytase Summit 2012

International Phytase Summit 2012

December 11, 2012 to December 13, 2012
Rome - Italy
Lectures
03.45 pmhs
12/13/2012
Holo analysis - optimising phytase use in animals
Speaker:
Marie-Pierre Letourneau-Montminy (Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Quebec) / Agnes Narcy (INRA)
Marie-Pierre Letourneau-Montminy (Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Quebec) / Agnes Narcy (INRA)
Agnes Narcy
France
Research
03.45 pmhs
12/13/2012
02.15 pmhs
12/11/2012
Phosphate, energy and protein supply; market dynamics and future outlook
Speaker:
Jon Duffy (Trading Director Frontier Agriculture Ltd.)
Jon Duffy (Trading Director Frontier Agriculture Ltd.)
02.15 pmhs
12/11/2012
03.30 pmhs
12/11/2012
The current status in the development and evaluation of low phytic acid crops
Speaker:
Charles Brearley (University of East Anglia) / Victor Raboy (USDA)
Charles Brearley (University of East Anglia) / Victor Raboy (USDA)
Dr Charles Brearley
United Kingdom
Senior Lecturer
Victor Raboy
United States
Research
03.30 pmhs
12/11/2012
04.00 pmhs
12/11/2012
High doses of phytase – extracting the maximum phosphorus value, practical limitations in P replacements with varying dose of phytase
Speaker:
Tiago Santos/ Craig Wyatt  (AB Vista)
Tiago Santos/ Craig Wyatt (AB Vista)
Mike Bedford
United Kingdom
Research Director
Tiago Santos
Brazil
Technical Manager
04.00 pmhs
12/11/2012
04.30 pmhs
12/11/2012
Maximising the benefits of phytase in the presence of meat and bone meal
Speaker:
Hadden Graham (AB Vista)
Hadden Graham (AB Vista)
04.30 pmhs
12/11/2012
05.15 pmhs
12/11/2012
Modelling of Ca and P requirements
Speaker:
Aaron Cowieson (University of Sidney)
Aaron Cowieson (University of Sidney)
Aaron Cowieson
United Kingdom
Research
05.15 pmhs
12/11/2012
05.45 pmhs
12/11/2012
Exploiting the calcium specific appetite of broilers
Speaker:
Stuart Wilkinson (University of Sidney)
Stuart Wilkinson (University of Sidney)
Stuart Wilkinson
Australia
Research
05.45 pmhs
12/11/2012
05.50 pmhs
12/11/2012
Interaction between levels of dietary calcium and supplemental phytase on egg production, shell quality and bone mineralisation in WL layers
Speaker:
S.V Rama Rao
S.V Rama Rao
Dr. S.V. Rama Rao
India
Principal Scientist
05.50 pmhs
12/11/2012
05.55 pmhs
12/11/2012
Influence of dietary calcium and phytase on necrotic enteritis in broilers
Speaker:
Audrey McElroy
Audrey McElroy
Audrey McElroy
United States
Research
05.55 pmhs
12/11/2012
06.00 pmhs
12/11/2012
Ileal phosphorus digestibility varies depending on diet composition and length of adaption period when fed to Ross x Ross 708 male broilers from 20 to 24 days of age
Speaker:
Bill Dozier (Auburn University)
Bill Dozier (Auburn University)
Bill Dozier
United States
Research
06.00 pmhs
12/11/2012
02.30 pmhs
12/12/2012
Aquaculture - unknown waters?
Speaker:
Jouni Vielma (Finnish Game and Fisheries Research Institute)
Jouni Vielma (Finnish Game and Fisheries Research Institute)
Jouni Vielma
Finland
Research
02.30 pmhs
12/12/2012
03.00 pmhs
12/12/2012
Companion animals - any interest?
Speaker:
Graham Yeo (Premier Nutrition)
Graham Yeo (Premier Nutrition)
03.00 pmhs
12/12/2012
03.30 pmhs
12/12/2012
Estimating the global cost of phytate in terms of reduced efficiency of minerals and energy in animals
Speaker:
Rob ten Doeschate (AB Vista)
Rob ten Doeschate (AB Vista)
Rob ten Doeschate
United Kingdom
Technical Manager
03.30 pmhs
12/12/2012
04.30 pmhs
12/12/2012
Estimating the costs in human nutrition - zinc, iron and other potential problems. Is high fibre nutrition exacerbating this problem?
Speaker:
Lilian Thompson (University of Toronto)
Lilian Thompson (University of Toronto)
Lilian Thompson
Canadá
Professor Emeritus
04.30 pmhs
12/12/2012
05.00 pmhs
12/12/2012
Phytase supplementation differentially affects the expression of genes for gut inflammation and immunity at different sections of the small intesting of broilers
Speaker:
Oluyinka Olukosi (SRUC)
Oluyinka Olukosi (SRUC)
Oluyinka Olukosi
United States
Research
05.00 pmhs
12/12/2012
05.05 pmhs
12/12/2012
Enzymatically generated inositol - effects in poultry
Speaker:
 Krzysztof Zyla (Krakow University of Agriculture)
Krzysztof Zyla (Krakow University of Agriculture)
Krzysztof Zyla
Poland
Professor
05.05 pmhs
12/12/2012
05.10 pmhs
12/12/2012
An invasive tool for predicting human zinc deficiency
Speaker:
Barbara Harland (Howard University)
Barbara Harland (Howard University)
Barbara Harland
United States
Professor
05.10 pmhs
12/12/2012
09.00 amhs
12/12/2012
Ingredient phytate content and variability including susceptibility
Speaker:
Tiago Santos / Mike Bedford (AB Vista)
Tiago Santos / Mike Bedford (AB Vista)
Mike Bedford
United Kingdom
Research Director
Tiago Santos
Brazil
Technical Manager
09.00 amhs
12/12/2012
09.30 amhs
12/12/2012
The chemistry of phytate interactions with protein
Speaker:
Nathan Cowieson (Synchrotron)/ Robert Falconer (Unversity of Sheffield)
Nathan Cowieson (Synchrotron)/ Robert Falconer (Unversity of Sheffield)
Nathan Cowieson
Australia
Research
Dr Robert Falconer
United Kingdom
Senior lecturer
09.30 amhs
12/12/2012
10.00 amhs
12/12/2012
The influence of dietary phytate and exogenous phytase on starch
Speaker:
Stuart Wilkinson (University of Sidney)
Stuart Wilkinson (University of Sidney)
Stuart Wilkinson
Australia
Research
10.00 amhs
12/12/2012
10.30 amhs
12/12/2012
Phytate in processed feeds
Speaker:
Robert Caldwell (University of Sidney)
Robert Caldwell (University of Sidney)
Robert Caldwell
Australia
Research
10.30 amhs
12/12/2012
11.30 amhs
12/12/2012
Phytate and minerals
Speaker:
Roselina Angel (University of Maryland) / Todd Applegate (Purdue University)
Roselina Angel (University of Maryland) / Todd Applegate (Purdue University)
Todd Applegate
United States
Professor- Head of Department of Poultry Science
11.30 amhs
12/12/2012
12.00 pmhs
12/12/2012
Phytate - a paradoxical dietary link with chronic disease
Speaker:
Samir Samman (University of Sidney)
Samir Samman (University of Sidney)
12.00 pmhs
12/12/2012
12.30 pmhs
12/12/2012
History and application of the phytate zinc molar ratio
Speaker:
Donald Oberleas (Texas Tech University)
Donald Oberleas (Texas Tech University)
Donald Overleas
United States
12.30 pmhs
12/12/2012
01.30 pmhs
12/13/2012
Commercial results - pig
Speaker:
Paul Toplis / Pete Wilcock
Paul Toplis / Pete Wilcock
Paul Toplis
United Kingdom
Pete Wilcock
United States
Technical Manager
01.30 pmhs
12/13/2012
01.45 pmhs
12/13/2012
Commercial results - poultry
Speaker:
Tara York / Craig Wyatt (AB Vista)
Tara York / Craig Wyatt (AB Vista)
Tara York
United States
Services Manager
01.45 pmhs
12/13/2012
02.00 pmhs
12/13/2012
Provision of inositol - is this part of the superdosing response?
Speaker:
Damien Jozefiak (Poznan University of Life Sciences)
Damien Jozefiak (Poznan University of Life Sciences)
Damien Jozefiak
Poland
Professor
02.00 pmhs
12/13/2012
02.15 pmhs
12/13/2012
Downsides of complete phytate destruction in human nutrition
Speaker:
Lilian Thompson (University of Toronto)
Lilian Thompson (University of Toronto)
Lilian Thompson
Canadá
Professor Emeritus
02.15 pmhs
12/13/2012
03.15 pmhs
12/13/2012
Phytase as an enzyme targeting non-phytate phosphates
Speaker:
Carrie Walk (AB Vista)
Carrie Walk (AB Vista)
Carrie Walk
United Kingdom
Manager
03.15 pmhs
12/13/2012
04.15 pmhs
12/13/2012
What next - potential improvements in phytases?
Speaker:
Jari Vehmaanpera (Roal / AB Enzymes)
Jari Vehmaanpera (Roal / AB Enzymes)
Jari Vehmaanpera
Germany
Director
04.15 pmhs
12/13/2012
04.45 pmhs
12/13/2012
In vitro evaluation of digestible phosphorus in feedstuffs for pigs
Speaker:
Patrick Schlegel (Agroscope)
Patrick Schlegel (Agroscope)
Patrick Schlegel
Switzerland
04.45 pmhs
12/13/2012
04.50 pmhs
12/13/2012
Supplementation with microbial phytase to improve zinc and iron nutrition in humans
Speaker:
Nathalie Scheers (Chalmers University)
Nathalie Scheers (Chalmers University)
Nathalie Scheers
Sweden
Research
04.50 pmhs
12/13/2012
04.55 pmhs
12/13/2012
The importance of phytase in reducing zinc needs in grower-finisher pigs
Speaker:
Gretchen Hill (Michigan State University)
Gretchen Hill (Michigan State University)
Gretchen M. Hill
United States
Research
04.55 pmhs
12/13/2012
05.00 pmhs
12/13/2012
Evaluation of calcium levels in broiler starter and grower diets with normal or extended phytase supplementation
Speaker:
Park Waldroup (University of Arkansas)
Park Waldroup (University of Arkansas)
Park W. Waldroup
United States
Animal Nutritionist
05.00 pmhs
12/13/2012
05.05 pmhs
12/13/2012
Improvement in amino acid digestibility response to phytase supplementation of swine diets may not depend on digestibility marker
Speaker:
Oluyinka Olukosi (SRUC)
Oluyinka Olukosi (SRUC)
Oluyinka Olukosi
United States
Research
05.05 pmhs
12/13/2012
05.10 pmhs
12/13/2012
The role of retention time and properties of the anterior digestive tract on efficacy of phytase
Speaker:
Birger Svihus (Norwegian University of Life Sciences)
Birger Svihus (Norwegian University of Life Sciences)
Birger Svihus
Norway
Professor
05.10 pmhs
12/13/2012
05.15 pmhs
12/13/2012
Effect of graded levels of an enhanced E. coli phytase on the digestibility of a pea-based diet
Speaker:
Hank Classen (University of Saskatchewan)
Hank Classen (University of Saskatchewan)
Henry Classen
Canadá
Animal Nutritionist
05.15 pmhs
12/13/2012
09.00 amhs
12/13/2012
Rapid analytical methods for IP6 - feasibility?
Speaker:
Simon Flanagan (Aunir)
Simon Flanagan (Aunir)
Simon Flanagan
United Kingdom
Application Specialist
09.00 amhs
12/13/2012
09.30 amhs
12/13/2012
Alternate methods of dealing with phytate - processing and additives other that phytase
Speaker:
Jan Dirk van der Klis (Schothurst)
Jan Dirk van der Klis (Schothurst)
09.30 amhs
12/13/2012
10.30 amhs
12/13/2012
About phytate hydrolysis and formation of inositol phosphates in the digestive tract
Speaker:
Markus Rodehutscord (University of Hohenheim)
Markus Rodehutscord (University of Hohenheim)
Prof. Markus Rodehutscord
Germany
Professor and Head
10.30 amhs
12/13/2012
11.00 amhs
12/13/2012
Empirical assessment of the benefits and constraints to elimination of phytate from monogastric animal diets via superdosing phytase
Speaker:
Mike Bedford (AB Vista) / Aaron Cowieson (University of Sidney)
Mike Bedford (AB Vista) / Aaron Cowieson (University of Sidney)
Aaron Cowieson
United Kingdom
Research
Mike Bedford
United Kingdom
Research Director
11.00 amhs
12/13/2012
11.30 amhs
12/13/2012
Update on characteristics of commercial phytases
Speaker:
Ralf Greiner (Max Rubner Institute)
Ralf Greiner (Max Rubner Institute)
Ralf Greiner
Germany
Head of the Department of Food Technology and Bioprocess Engineering
11.30 amhs
12/13/2012