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Quick-Phyt, the easy-to-use tool to check phytase application in feed

Published: November 22, 2011
When supplementing animal feeds with enzymes, checking that the right amount has been added is always the critical question. Incorrect application of phytase can have dramatic consequences on animal performances and thus on economic return. Feed millers have to deal with this risk. Incorrect dosage of phytase can be due to inaccuracies associated with the equipment in the premix or feed mill or c...
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Chris King
24 de noviembre de 2011
It is very good way to acccess the enzyme activity post pelleting. Please can you forward me complete steps involved in test.
Dhanunjaya Goud
24 de noviembre de 2011
yes it is a good tool to measure the enzyme activity. i just have few questions on the efficacy of this test kit, can you please elaborate...1) How will be the accuracy if enzymes are applied through oil after post pelleting? 2) are any other test kits available to measure enzymes, other than phytase? how will be the efficacy of this kit, if any feed manufacturer using complex enzymes?
Tânia Santos
24 de noviembre de 2011
It seems great and a quick way to measure activity, but is it exclusively for use with Rovabio® Max enzymes?
Dr Jaydip Mulik
29 de noviembre de 2011
Dear All, Its now very easy for every feed manufacturer to use the Phytase enzyme with correct dosage. Please let us know that this kit is applicable for your product only or any Phytase available in the market. Also requesting you to provide us the full analysis procedure along with the Tool Cost Regards, Dr. Jaydip
Yetti Marlida
20 de diciembre de 2011
I like the quick-phyt tool, because I am working in phytase and NSP enzyme to supplemented to feed and I need the kit to detect the enzymes after pelleting. Please let me know could this kit I use for my enzymes please Best Regard Prof.Dr.Yetti Marlida
Marylan Rivera
AB Vista
5 de enero de 2012
Dear All, thank you for your comments regarding Quick-Phyt. For your inquiries, please send me an e-mail. Regards, Marylan Rivera Product Manager Adisseo Singapore marylan.rivera@adisseo.com
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