DINAZYME. A Systems Approach to advanced enzyme technology . Background History of enzymes. Alcoholic fermentation oldest known enzyme reaction Y + G A + CO 2.
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A Systems Approach to advanced enzyme technology
Alcoholic fermentation oldest known enzyme reaction
Y + G A + CO2
An enzyme is a protein which acts as a specific biological catalyst facilitating a given reaction by lowering the amount of required energy.
To date, scientists have identified over 1,500 different enzymes.
Trials confirm that enzyme supplementation results in improved animal performance.
Problems in feed ingredients:
A competitive inhibitor
A non-competitive inhibitor molecule
Several types of enzyme technologies are offered as Dinazyme
* Non Starch Polysaccharide
High energy diets high on starch and protein content are desirable at an early age for the monogastric.
Young animal's endogenous enzyme system not fully developed. Unable to adapt quickly enough for demands of current feed management programs.
Immature pancreas needs time to adapt to new diet and produce necessary amounts and types of digestive enzymes.
Result - Undigested feed is wasted.
Undigested feed promotes "nutritional scours" and provides substrate for the growth of diarrhea-causing pathogens.
The Solution…Dinazyme C/S-PMB
Data suggest that an average improvement in nutrient utilization of 3 – 5% can be obtained
Leeson and Summers (1976) reported that high moisture content corn harvest necessitated high temperature drying & time retention conditions, reduced ME value of corn by as much as 3% compared to the expected value.
“a Dynamic Approach to Nutri-Agri Product Research and Technology Development”