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Article published the April 6, 2010:

NSAIDs

Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are, as a group, the most frequently consumed drugs worldwide. NSAIDs are the drugs with analgesic, antipyretic and anti-inflammatory effects so they reduce pain, ...
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Dr. Amit Raj GuptaPuneet
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Article published the March 30, 2010:

Organic Minerals in Pet Nutrition

Essential trace micro minerals are components of enzymes and are necessary for normal functions of tissues and processes involved in reproduction. In the last years there has been a renewed interest in the bio-...
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Article published the March 26, 2010:

A grasp on EU probiotics regulation

FEFANA (EU Feed Additives and Premixtures Association) in partnership with its French platform SYNPA (Syndicat national des producteurs d'additifs et d'ingrédients de la chaîne alimentaire) recentl...
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Article published the March 1, 2010:

Technique for phytase enzyme production form aspergillus niger and its efficacy for in vitro and in vivo dephosphorylation of corn and soybean meal

ABSTRACT A technique was developed to produce crude microbial phytase (CMPhy) enzyme form Aspergillus niger, with the objective to enhance phytate phosphorus (pP) availability in corn and soybean meal based br...
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Article published the February 4, 2010:

Feed Technology to Fight Obesity and Hyper Cholesterolemia

Obesity has become a major problem in the UAE. Over 60% of Emirati, nationals are overweight. One of the chief causes of obesity is diet. Young Emiratis eat more and more high- carbohydrate, high-fat burgers an...
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Article published the September 29, 2009:

Guide to Collide: GTC(TM) technology

There are two key reasons for high-energy consumption, low throughput and a rise in temperature of ground materials coming from a hammer mill. They are: 1. Poor hammer milling capacity Large amounts of collidi...
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Article published the September 29, 2009:

Evaluation of a new Egyptian probiotic by African Catfish Fingerlings

Abstract A preliminary study (120 days) was conducted on African catfish (initial body weight 90 g) to evaluate the beneficial effects of a new patent local probiotic (T-Protphyt 2000) when added to their diet...
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A.M. Abdelhamid
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Article published the September 28, 2009:

Achieving mold growth control

Microbial deterioration of grain, feedstuffs and animal feed is of great concern to all segments of the production animal industry. Molds are a group of microorganisms  that cause deterioration of grains o...
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Article published the September 14, 2009:

How to evaluate the quality of yeast cell walls products (MOS)?

The utilization of MOS, or yeast cell walls, has gained momentum in animal nutrition, and their efficacy is now well recognized. Consequently, it has become difficult to distinguish between a growing number of ...
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Article published the August 18, 2009:

Coarse grinding and FORMI® inhibits Salmonella growth!

Agricultural production and the feed industry continue to suffer from losses caused by contamination with pathogenic bacteria and the associated consequences in livestock, such as reduced weight gain and increa...
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