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Using enzymes is one of the efficient approaches against the toxic effects of mycotoxins, which transforms the mycotoxin into a non-toxic molecule
The enzyme composition and their interaction with the environment and diets can significantly influence the digestive capacity and immune response of shrimp
The use of exogenous enzyme supplementation has been shown to improve feed efficiency, support beneficial microflora and suppress pathogens
A combination of the enzymes xylanase and beta-glucanase gives nutritionists more freedom to use high levels of grains in pig and poultry diets.
The feed pelleting process consumes a lot of energy. One way to reduce the energy needed is to use enzymes. They are known to speed up reactions
Adding enzymes to diets including DDGS improves nutrient absorption and promotes gut health in swine, say researchers.
Most diets for poultry worldwide are composed of about 70 percent corn or wheat, 20 percent soybean meal and 10 percent other ingredients, such as minerals
Adding one enzyme to aquafeeds can improve their digestbility, while another enables a reduction in the levels of phosporous required in feeds
Improved fiber breakdown leads to increased overall feed digestibility, including amino acids
Use of supplemental dietary protease may lead to better growth, nutrient digestibility and less stressed pigs.