α-GALACTOSIDASE(GRANULAR/LIQUID)

UNIT DEFINITION

One α-galactosidase unit is defined as the amount of enzyme which liberates 1 micromole p-nitrophenol per minute from the 10mmo/L solution (p-nitrophenol - α-D- pyran galactoside) under the conditions of 37°C and pH 5.5.

SPECIFICATION

Granular: 1,000U/g, 3,000U/g
Liquid: 1,000U/ml, 3,000U/ml

USAGE AND DOSAGE

Recommended dosage for granular α-galactosidase 1,000U/g:
50-100g/MT of complete feed

PACKING

Granular: 25kg per bag
Liquid: 1000kg per tank

SHELF LIFE

Granular: 12 months stored under 25°C
Liquid: 6 months stored at 15°C

FUNCTIONS

Degrade galactoside and other anti-nutritional factors, decrease chyme viscosity, and reduce the incidence of diarrhea.
Destroy the cell wall structure of plant, promote the release of intracellular nutrients, improve the utilization of feed nutrients.
Eliminate the inhibition of anti-nutritional factors on insulin-like growth factor IGF-I secretion, promote the protein synthesis, increase the lean meat.
Increase the flatulence factor in soybean based meal based diet, greatly decrease the diarrhea in young animals.
Improve the immunity of animals, and reduce the usage of antibiotics.
Enlarge the selection of feed formula, make a full utilization of by-products and other unconventional feed resources, and decrease the feed cost.