The magazine Selecciones Avícolas, in its number 723, offers an interesting article on the opportunities and challenges surrounding the applications of xylanase in the diets of birds. The subject includes, but is not necessarily limited to, the enzymatic activity and performance of the birds, to clarify the role of hydrolysis byproducts in intestinal health and nutrition and the manipulation of the anatomical and physiological processes of the birds to improve the effectiveness of existing enzymes. In addition, some speculations are made about the search for new uses of proteases, such as the deactivation of anti-nutrients in food.
Further research on the characterization of the substrate underlines future advances in enzyme applications.
From Maslina, we encourage you to read this interesting report in detail.