Enzyme Supplementation News

News published on July 27, 2017:

Animal Feed Enzymes Market to exceed $2 billion by 2024

The growth graph of Animal Feed Enzymes Market is forecast to display an upward trend over the coming years, owing to the growing consumer preference for nutritious diet along with a substantial rise in the dis...
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https://www.gminsights.com/
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News published on May 13, 2015:

Antimicrobial Enzyme Examined

In 1921, Alexander Fleming discovered the antimicrobial powers of the enzyme lysozyme after observing diminished bacterial growth in a Petri dish where a drop from his runny nose had fallen. The famed Scottish ...
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Jan Suszkiw, Agricultural Research Service Information Staff (USDA)
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News published on October 17, 2014:

AB Vista to Showcase a Quantum Leap in Phytase at Eurotier

AB Vista will exhibit its revolutionary new phytase Quantum Blue on its stand (Hall 14, Stand J06) at the leading animal production trade show, EuroTier, from November 11-­14.Quantum Blue, which was la...
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AB Vista
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News published on July 2, 2014:

Xylanases still Dominate Global Non-Starch Polysaccharide- Degrading Enzyme Market

Despite the recent proliferation of enzyme products containing multiple activities, the $450 million global non-starch polysaccharide (NSP)-degrading enzyme market remains dominated by xylanases. Of the total p...
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AB Vista
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News published on April 4, 2014:

Factors affecting NSP enzyme efficacy and the value of NSP enzyme use highlighted as Inspire Forum 2014 comes to an end

The 2014 Inspire: Non-starch Polysaccharide (NSP) Forum, drew to a close today with the focus switching firmly to the impact of exogenous feed enzymes dietary NSPs.The session opened with a detailed look at how...
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AB Vista
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News published on February 7, 2014:

Much of the Value from Phytase use is still to be Captured

Despite widespread use in monogastric diets throughout the world, the value currently obtained from phytase enzymes is just a fraction of the potential benefits available, claims Dr Rob ten Doeschate, AB Vista&...
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AB VIsta
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News published on June 4, 2012:

Adisseo Swine Conference focused on the interest of NSP enzymes for pigs

Before the "Journées de la Recherche Porcine", Adisseo organized its first Swine Conference in Paris on February 6th. Over 50 nutritionists from Europe and Brazil attended the meeting. First, Pierre Co...
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Adisseo Group
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News published on May 12, 2011:

With Rovabio® Excel, the enzyme from Adisseo, lactating sows loose less weight and less backfat

Weight and backfat losses, during lactation, are reduced when lactating sows receive a feed containing Rovabio Excel, a NSP enzyme developed by Adisseo. Six trials throughout  the world, concerning more t...
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Adisseo
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News published on April 23, 2009:

Green light for sale of enzymes for animal nutrition

BASF has cleared an important regulatory hurdle for the EU market approval of the animal feed additive Natugrain® TS. The Standing Committee on the Food Chain and Animal Health, Animal Nutrition Section, of...
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BASF
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News published on November 27, 2008:

Improving enzyme resistance to pelleting conditions

Engormix has recently published the article "Improving enzyme resistance to pelleting conditions" by KEVIN LIU and PIERRE DALIBARD, courtesy of the renowned global company ADISSEO. Furthermore, it has been...
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