Interactions of phytate and myo-inositol phosphate esters (IP1-5) including IP5 isomers with dietary protein and iron and inhibition of pepsin

    This paper looks at the effects of phytase addition on plasma myo-inositol, a cyclical sugar alcohol that which mimics the role of insulin in supporting metabolic functions.
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    Product / service: Enzymes, Phytases
    Publication date: 06/01/2012
    Species: Poultry, Pig
    Authors: Yu S, Cowieson AC, Dalsgaard, S, Gilbert C, Plumstead P
    Doctype: Publications & Citations
    Publication / conference: Journal of Animal Science
    Regions and countries: Global
    Keywords: ame, amino acid, amino acids, anti-nutrient, bio-efficacy, bioavailability, bioefficacy, 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, variability, turkey, themostability, thermostability, swine, super dosing, sow, protein, piglet, pig, phytate, phytase, phosphorus, phosphorous, pellets, pellet, p retention, p, matrix values, IP6, insulin responsiveness poultry, log lear response curve, metabolic functions, myo-inositol, J. Anim
    Production challenge(s): Skeletal health, phosphorus deficiency, calcium deficiency, bone mineralization, Performance growth, animal producer profitability, Metabolic health, insulin responsiveness in poultry
    Diets: All diets
    Brands: Axtra® PHY, Optimize Feed, FASTKit assay, Phyzyme® XP
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