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Endotoxins in ruminant - Jesse Stoops, Product Manager Nutrex

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tanveer ahmad tanveer ahmad
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
February 26, 2017
Is this product an endotoxins binder and how much level of endotoxins it can bind? Can we use it in septicemic diseases? Dr Tanveer Associate professor and Chairman, Deptt of Clinical Sciences faculty of Vet science BZU Multan Pakistan
Jesse Stoops Jesse Stoops
Product Manager
Antwerpen, Belgium
March 6, 2017
Dear Dr. Tanveer,

First of all, thank you for your questions.

The product, EndoBan, is a feed additive that combines different strategies to reduce the level of toxic endotoxins (free LPS-molecules) in the gastrointestinal tract of animals. As a result, less toxic endotoxins can pass through the digestive tract barrier into the blood, thereby lowering the potential for endotoxemia and the subsequent effects on animal performance. Experiments have proven that EndoBan was able to efficiently reduce the activity of endotoxins, even at high contamination levels (> 100 000 EU/ml, endotoxin activity in the rumen of cows with SARA).

As mentioned above, the product is effective in the gastrointestinal tract and protects the animal against endotoxemia. In septicemic diseases, the endotoxins are already in the blood. In this case, EndoBan alone will not solve the problem.
faizan khan faizan khan
March 13, 2017

Dear Ma,am,


My chicks are dying by heart attack day by day could please advise me how could I save them?


Faizan Khan.

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