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Article published the February 22, 2021
I. INTRODUCTIONXylanases have been used in the poultry industry for 30 years, initially to improve litter quality in wheat-based diets but later to also improve performance or reduce costs in wheat, corn, sorghum and barley based diets. It is widely accepted that these benefits are the result of the enzyme partly degrading the insoluble cell wall arabinoxylans to release the enclosed nutrients and ...
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Participation in Forum on November 29, 2013
Hello Rafael, Good to talk to you again. There are several questions here so I'll try to answer them one by one: 1) how do you come to those values - matrix values - you recommend. Mtrix recommendation are usually calculated in a dose response trial with diets with different levels of P. Based on the performance of the treatment with phytase inclusion, the P release is calculated. Calculation fo ...
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Article published the October 24, 2013
PhytatePhytin (deposited complex of inositol hexaphosphate with potassium, magnesium and calcium), more recognized in animal nutrition as phytate, is the major storage form of phosphorus (P) present in seeds. Originally recognised as a source of P during germination, the presence of phytin in the seed during the germination process is now also known to play an important role in preventing oxidativ ...
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This member gave a presentation on December 12, 2012
At the following event:
International Phytase Summit 2012
This member gave a presentation on December 11, 2012
At the following event:
International Phytase Summit 2012
Participation in Forum on June 27, 2012
Hello Rafa, You have 2 good questions here! 1) Endogenous phytase activity isn’t related only to the intact molecule of phytate (IP6) but it is also active against phytate with less phosphorus binds (IP4, IP3,..., IP1). Considering this, the result may even be the opposite as you rationally suggested as breaking IP6 in more soluble and susceptible IP4, IP3... molecules may even increase act ...
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Participation in Forum on June 27, 2012
Hello Dr. Ahmad, Yes, we believe it’s possible to avoid such problem by including high levels of phytase in diets, what would increase phytate hydrolysis and reduce such problems. When doing so, just be careful not to overestimate the P release.
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Article published the May 8, 2012
Phytate has direct anti-nutritional effects on poultry and swine, causing reductions in performance by lowering amino acid and mineral absorption and increasing endogenous losses.PHYTIN (a deposited complex of inositol hexaphosphate with potassium, magnesium and calcium) - more recognized in animal nutrition as phytate - is the major storage form of phosphorus present in seeds.Originally ...
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