Characterization of a Mutant Buttiauxella Phytase using Phytic Acid and Phytic Acid-Protein Complex as Substrates

    In this paper, mPhytaseButt is shown not only to be thermostable but also to improve pepsin tolerance and phytate degredation.
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    Product / service: Enzymes, Phytases
    Publication date: 02/08/2014
    Species: Poultry, Pig, Ruminants, Aquaculture
    Authors: Yu S
    Doctype: Publications & Citations
    Publication / conference: Animal Science Letters
    Regions and countries: Global
    Keywords: ame, amino acid, amino acids, anti-nutrient, bioefficacy, bio-efficacy, bioavailability, bodyweight gain, broiler, buttiauxella phytase, calcium, cost effective dosing, digestibility, e. coli phytase, endogenous enzyme, endogenous losses, energy, environment, fcr, feed intake, feed raw materials, gut physiology, IP6, matrix values, p, p retention, pellet, phosphorous, phytate, profitable phytase dose, protease, protein, Shukun Yu, sow, stability, super dosing, themostability, variability, insitol phosphate, Animal Science Letters
    Production challenge(s): Performance growth, animal producer profitability
    Diets: All diets
    Brands: Axtra® PHY, FASTKit assay, Optimize Feed, Phyzyme® XP
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