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Effect of dietary supplementation of xylanase on apparent ileal digestibility of nutrients, viscosity of digesta, and intestinal morphology of growing pigs fed corn and soybean meal based diet
This study was to determine apparent ileal digestibility of acid detergent fiber (ADF), neutral detergent fiber (NDF), dry matter (DM), energy, organic matter (OM), crude ash, digesta viscosity, andExpand
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Degradation of Phytate Pentamagnesium Salt by Bacillus sp. T4 Phytase as a Potential Eco-friendly Feed Additive
A bacterial isolate derived from soil samples near a cattle farm was found to display extracellular phytase activity. Based on 16S rRNA sequence analysis, the strain was named Bacillus sp. T4. TheExpand
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Production of an extracellular protease by an Antarctic bacterial isolate (Bacillus sp. JSP1) as a potential feed additive
Extracellular proteolytic activity was found in JSP1, an Antarctic bacterial isolate. The strain was related to Bacillus sp, based on 16S rRNA gene sequence analysis. The JSP1 protease was partiallyExpand
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Bacillus strains as feed additives: In vitro evaluation of its potential probiotic properties ¤
Summary Background : much recent attention has been devoted to the genuine value of Bacillus species as multifunctional probiotic products, which produce various extracellular enzymes that enhanceExpand
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The phytase from antarctic bacterial isolate, Pseudomonas sp. JPK1 as a potential tool for animal agriculture to reduce manure phosphorus excretion
Intracellular phytase activity was found in the Antarctic bacterial isolate, JPK1. Based on 16S rRNA gene sequence analysis, the strain was related to Pseudomonas sp. The optimal activity of JPK1Expand
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Production and partial characterization of -galactosidase activity from an Antarctic bacterial isolate, Bacillus sp. LX-1
An Antarctic Bacillus sp. isolate was found to exhibit extracellular α-galactosidase activity. On the basis of the results of 16S rRNA sequencing, the strain was named Bacillus sp. LX-1. In aExpand
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Production of extracellular α-galactosidase by Bacillus sp. LX-1 in solid state fermentation for application as a potential feed additive
Summary Background: a-galacto-oligosaccharides, including raffinose and stachyose, are present in soybean meal and used widely as a protein source in poultry diets. These compounds haveExpand
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Immobilization of the Antarctic Bacillus sp. LX-1 α-Galactosidase on Eudragit L-100 for the Production of a Functional Feed Additive
Partially purified α-galactosidase from Bacillus sp. LX-1 was non-covalently immobilized on a reversibly soluble-insoluble polymer, Eudragit L-100, and an immobilization efficiency of 0.93 wasExpand
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Impacts of low level aflatoxin in feed and the use of modified yeast cell wall extract on growth and health of nursery pigs
This study was to investigate the effect of corn naturally contaminated with aflatoxins (AF) under the regulatory level on the growth performance and health of nursery pigs, and the efficiency ofExpand
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Impacts of energy feeds and supplemental protease on growth performance, nutrient digestibility, and gut health of pigs from 18 to 45 kg body weight
A total of 144 pigs with 18.4 ± 2.3 kg initial body weight (BW) at 6 wk of age were used in a 40-d trial to evaluate effects of protease (300,000 U/kg feed, BioResource International Inc., Durham,Expand
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