Impact of fibre degrading feed enzymes on gut microbiome profile in broiler chickens fed corn/corn DDGS or viscous grains (wheat, barley and rye) based diets from PSA

    Poster which shows the results of a study which evaluates the effect of supplementing XB on ileal and cecal microbiota profile using Miseq Illumina sequencing in 21 day old broiler chickens fed diets containing corn or wheat-based diets.
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    Product / service: Carbohydrases and Proteases, Enzymes, Phytases
    Publication date: 01/07/2014
    Species: Poultry
    Authors: Kiarie E, Nyachoti CM, Nadha, NK, Munyaka, PM, Khafipour, E
    Doctype: Publications & Citations
    Publication / conference: PSA Annual Meeting, Corpus Christi, Texas, July 14-17 2014
    Regions and countries: Global
    Keywords: amylase, Axtra XAP, carbohydrase, Corn diets, ddgs, Feed costs, gut health, high fibre feed, feed enzyme, xylanase, variability, substrate, protease, poultry, nsp, nsps, Kiarie E, Khafipour E, Nadha NK, Munyaka PM, Nyachoti CM, PSA 2014
    Production challenge(s): Gut health, Performance growth, Increased profitability, Waste Management
    Diets: Corn & soybean meal & high fibre by-products., Corn & sorghum meal & high fibre by-products., Corn & soybean meal , Corn & sorghum meal
    Brands: Axtra® XAP, Axtra® XB, Axtra® PHY, FASTKit assay, Optimize Feed, Syncra® AVI, Avizyme®, Phyzyme® XP
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