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A Protease also called a peptidase or proteinase is an enzyme that catalyses proteolysis, the breakdown of proteins into smaller polypeptides or single amino acids. They do this by cleaving the peptide bonds within proteins by hydrolysis, a reaction where water breaks bonds. Proteases are involved in many biological functions, including digestion of ingested proteins, protein catabolism and cell s ...
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Very good points were raised in this discussion and we see that different approaches are possible. Congrats to all of you. I also would like to add some points that I think we need to take into consideration to better use enzymes: 1-we need to know the amount of antinutritional factors and how they affect each specific feed, for example, soluble Arabinoxylans from one raw material can affect the d ...
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Did you know the wonderful properties of thyme? 1. Powerful Antioxidant:Thyme is a natural source of antioxidants, such as flavonoids, promoting cellular resistance, and strengthening the immune system in animals2. Microbiome Properties:Its ability to control pathogenic bacterial growth has been studied in several scientific studies. This ''antibacterial'' action helps maintain a h ...
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Dr. Piotr Stanislawski shares his experience with Engormix members regarding the use of enzymes in poultry diets and gives his advice on how to do it properly.
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An extremely important area of research. Obvious facts that have not been explained, and therefore ways to manage them have not been developed.Thanks!
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@dan hofer As long as full fat soybeans are properly heat-treated, there should be no difference between them when balanced for different macronutrients content. And it shouldn’t be too much different than using SBM plus oil. Actisaf would not be expected to work differently because of different soy protein source.
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  Welcome to Animal Liver & Gallbladder Health , Science and Technology to Feed Industry Gather scientists from around the world who independently conduct natural science and applied research on feed bile acids , to exchange and discuss cutting - edge technologies and applied sciences related to feed bile acids. 7 scholars share bile acid research reportsShare the Achievements of the In ...
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@Alvaro Dubois With any formulation change, you first must focus on what the change does to over useful, hopefully ME, energy in the diet, and also, what the change might do to intake. After this is understood, balance everything else, like amino acids, to the useful amount of energy in the formulation.
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@Dr. Rajendra Prasad Vemana I really do not agree with this very "broad brush" description. If I consider that sNSP content of maize is only 20% that of wheat, I cannot see in any way that an enzyme that MIGHT contribute 100 kcal energy sparing in a wheat-based diet can provide anything close to 100 kcal in a maize-based diet - simply not enough substrate! I would use 20 - 30 kcal maximum such die ...
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