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Martina Kluenemann
EVONIK ANIMAL NUTRITION WE’RE SCIENCING THE GLOBAL FOOD CHALLENGE BECAUSE IT’S ALL ABOUT LIFE The greatest global challenge is to ensure food security. Eight billion human lives depend on it. However, it matters how we source animal protein. BECAUSE IT’S ALL ABOUT LIFE...
Participation in Forum on November 24, 2023
I agree, it is a very important topic. On point was not discussed enough I think: standardisation of the bioinformatics. While new developments are always happening overall, the 16s sequencing bioinformatics is now mostly established to use ASV or mOTUs based on the DADA2 pipeline. It might be useful to agree at least on a best practice and recommended tools for the bioinformatics as well. This wi ...
Article published the August 17, 2023
Optimal soybean (SB) processing conditions is essential to ensure that antinutritional factors as trypsin inhibitors are deactivated while maintaining protein solubility and dispersibility. Heat processing is critical for improving amino acid digestibility of extruded SB for broilers. Excessive heat treatment can lead to denaturation of proteins, resulting in a negative impact on animal performanc ...
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I should like also to comment from Dr. Marchenkov regarding "vegetable methionine". As Dr. Wu correctly states, methionine is methionine; an amino acid with a clearly defined structure INDEPENDENT of the source. I have seen numerous products claiming to be "Herbal methionine" and these materials are not methionine, and do not contribute methionine. When used in correctly balanced and formulated di ...
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IntroductionAmino acids (AAs) are natural substances containing both amino and acid groups. Proline, which contains an imino group but not an amino group, is loosely considered as an AA in nutrition and metabolism.1 Protein (the polymer of AAs) is the major component of growth in animals and has been a focus of nutritional research over the past century.2 Proteinogenic (protein-creating) in animal ...
Video published on August 27, 2022
GuanAMINO® is a creatine source that ensures optimal nutrient utilization and returns over feed cost. Furthermore, it spares metabolic energy and works towards an optimized amino acid metabolism. Not sure why you should add GuanAMINO® to your feeds? Contact your Evonik representative for more information.
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Carbohydrate (CHO) is the main energy source in the chicken diet for body maintenance and production. Ingested diet is digested and absorbed in the small intestine. The small intestine structure performs an important role in the digestion and absorption of nutrients [15], and nutritional manipulation can alter this function [26]. Several studies have reported that different dietary CHO sources suc ...
Video published on July 2, 2022
Martina Kluenemann, Research Manager for Nutrition Immunology and Physiology at Evonik Animal Nutrition, speaks about the mode of action of creatine as a constituent of energy metabolism and the benefits of GuanAMINO® supplementation in animals
Video published on July 2, 2022
In this video interview, Martina Kluenemann, Research Manager for Nutrition Immunology and Physiology at Evonik Animal Nutrition, highlights how Guanidinoacetic acid (GAA) could be beneficial to improving animal energy metabolism in animal diets
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I. INTRODUCTION Growing emphasis on environmental regulation requires global animal production to adopt strategies like feeding low CP diets to minimize nitrogen excretion. However, in some of the animal feeding studies, lowering dietary CP beyond a certain level showed undesirable effects on growth performance and carcass quality of broilers. A number of explanatory approaches is being debated as ...
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Dear Sir I don't know why you neglected Threonine in this experiment, as the Threonine is the third limiting AA in the broiler diets. As the control diet has a deficiency in the Threonine Level, I don't think that the results can be followed as a commercial action.
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