Article published the November 4, 2020
1. Introduction Similar to mammals, the liver in birds is involved in an array of metabolic and homeostatic functions and considered as a biochemical factory responsible for most of the synthesis, metabolism, excretion, and detoxification processes. It plays an important role in digestion and metabolism, regulating the production, storage, and release of lipids, carbohydrates and proteins [1]. Th ...
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Thank you, Fifi. We are in the process of finalizing some analyses, and hope to submit this shortly.
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Dr. Frances Yan, senior research scientist at Novus International, spoke to Engormix in IPPE 2020 about the research presented at the International Poultry Scientific Forum " Effect of dietary supplementation of essential oil and organic acid alone or in combination in broilers". Find out more in this video.
Participation in Forum on July 20, 2020
That is great! Have you published this work?
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Doug Korver (University of Alberta) spoke on the design of diets with essential oils, prebiotics, probiotics and enzymes, as well as the evaluation of the performance under commercial conditions, during IPPE 2019 in Atlanta, USA.
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Aaron Cowieson Well said Aaron. We should not be far from formulating diets based on digestible Ca and P,.....and probably digestible energy later on.
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A couple of quick remarks on this topic. When phytic acid is hydrolysed by phytase and the mucosal phosphatases in the intestine the only two direct products of this are myo-inositol and phosphate. We have measured the appearance of both of these in multiple experiments and this is clear evidence of phytase efficacy and its compatibility with endogenous phosphatases in the intestine. All additiona ...
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We have published research on herbal met the correct way with dose-response and found no met activity.
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