GLUCOSE OXIDASE

UNIT DEFINITION

One glucose oxidase unit is defined as the amount of enzyme which oxidate 1.0μmol beta -D-glucose into D- gluconic acid and H2O2 under the conditions of 37°C and pH 5.5.

SPECIFICATION

Granular: 1,000U/g, 2,000U/g, 3,000U/g

USAGE AND DOSAGE

Recommended Dosage of Glucose Oxidase 1000U/g
Poultry feed: 20-25g
Pig feed: 25-30g

PACKING

Granular: 20kg per bag

SHELF LIFE

Granular: 12 months stored under 25°C

FUNCTIONS

Produce gluconic acid to reduce gastrointestinal acidity.
Produce hydrogen peroxide in intestinal tract to restrain the pathogen.
Maintain the integrity of intestinal epithelial cells, and resist pathogen’s invasion.
Reduce the use of acidifiers and antibiotics, relieve the poisoning caused by mycotoxin and other drugs, save the feed cost.