Enzymes and Amino acids in poultry nutrition Technical Articles

Nutrition

Article published the January 4, 2019:

Review of the chemistry, metabolism, and dose response of two supplemental methionine sources and the implications in their relative bioefficacy

This review examines the relative bioefficacy of 2-hydroxy-4-(methylthio) butanoic acid (HMTBA) and DL-methionine (DL-Met) which includes chemical, metabolic, nutritional, and statistical aspects of its bioeffi...
Author/s :
gary reznikMercedes Vazquez-Anon
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Article published the December 3, 2018:

Performance and economic viability of broiler chicken fed diets with multienzyme complexes

Introduction The inclusion of exogenous enzymes in broiler diets has been increasingly intensified with the objective of maximizing nutrient utilization and reducing feed costs, thus improving dietary, nutriti...
Author/s :
Guilherme Aguiar
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Article published the November 21, 2018:

Effect of Gano-met® on egg production in laying hens

Introduction The issue of antibiotics-resistance on animals has raised the concerns of meat safety and human health. The banning of antibiotics- growth promoter in animal feed was announced in EU in 2006. Othe...
Author/s :
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Article published the November 9, 2018:

Efficacy of protected benzoic acid in broilers subject to Eimeria challenge as affected by diet type

Abstract It is recognized that the benefits of eubiotic feed additives are not consistently demonstrated in research trials, especially in a clean environment without any challenge. Understanding factors affec...
Author/s :
Frances (Fenglan) YanMercedes Vazquez-AnonVivek Kuttappan
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Article published the November 9, 2018:

Efficacy of phytase superdosing on growth performance, pancreatic response and nutrient digestibility of broilers with a high trypsin inhibitor diet

Abstract A battery study was conducted to evaluate the efficacy of phytase superdosing in improving growth performance, pancreatic response, and nutrient digestibility of broilers with a high trypsin inhibitor...
Author/s :
Frances (Fenglan) YanJuxing ChenKaren WedekindMercedes Vazquez-Anon
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Article published the November 6, 2018:

Effect of feed form, pellet diameter and enzymes supplementation on growth performance and nutrient digestibility of broiler during days 21-37 of age

Introduction The efficient use of feed is extremely important in broiler production. Investigations have to be continued to decrease cost of broiler production and improve broiler performance. Pellet feed has ...
Author/s :
Youssef Attia
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Article published the November 6, 2018:

The effect of dietary Glutamine supplementation on performance and blood antioxidant status of broiler chickens under continuous heat stress condition

Introduction Chronic heat stress (HS) is a great concern in all types of poultry especially broiler chickens. Reductions of feed intake (Teeter ., 1985) and lower growth rate as well as reduction in feed effic...
Author/s :
Mustafa Ayazi
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Article published the October 9, 2018:

Bioavailability of different methionine sources for growing broilers

Introduction Broilers diets are usually based on corn and soybean meal; in most cases, animal by-products are also used as raw material. Considering that the main source of crude protein in broiler diets is so...
Author/s :
Adhemar Rodrigues De Oliveira NetoCleiton SangaliLuis Daniel Giusti BrunoPaulo PozzaRicardo Vianna Nunes
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Article published the September 17, 2018:

Supplemental dietary methionine sources have a neutral impact on oxidative status in broiler chickens

Conclusions Dietary methionine source (DL-Met, L-Met or DL-HMTBA at 65 % bioefficacy) did not affect the ratios of reduced to oxidized glutathione or reduced to total glutathione in intestinal tissue, liver ...
Author/s :
Rose Whelan
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Article published the September 10, 2018:

Effect of CreAMINO® in energy-reduced broilers diets – results from Russia

Conclusions The supplementation of CreAMINO® (600 g/t) to an energy-reduced diet (–50 kcal/kg) enabled broilers to perform, at least, at the level of control group for all parameters investigated, ...
Author/s :
Dr. Meike Rademacher
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