xylanase enzyme for feed additives
The anti-nutrition of xylanase
Xylan is contained commonly in a variety of feed materials, like
wheat, rye, rye-wheat, corn, soybean meal, etc. It causes a high
viscosity in the intestinal tract, which prevents the digestive
absorption of protein and fat.
Loss on drying
12 months below 25°C
Avoid direct sunlight and high temperature
Definition of content
One unit of xylanase activity is defined as the amount of enzyme
that liberates 1 micromole of reducing sugar per minute from 5.0
mg/mL of xylan at pH 5.5 and 37 degrees centigrade.
(2) Good heat stable
(3) Highly cost effective
(4) High activity
(1) Degrade xylan, reduce the viscosity of chyme in the intestinal
(2) Break down the structure of the cell wall and eliminate the
anti-nutritional factors, thus improving the digestion efficiency
of nutrient substance.
(3) Improve the metabolic energy of feed, lower feed cost and
improve feed quality.
(4) Generate a large amount of xylo-oligosaccharides, improve the
intestinal microflora, and benefit animal health.
Recommended dosage in complete feed of xylanase with 10000 U/g
Dosage (U/Kg wheat)
Wheat substitute for corn(%)