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Proceedings of the 1st International Phytase Summit 2010

by 5m Editor
13 March 2012, at 12:00am

Proceedings of the 1st International Phytase Summit, which was held in Washington, DC, US, in September 2010.

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Analysis of Phytate and Phytase

  • Analysis of Phytate and Phytase Summary – Moving Towards Improved Efficacy Testing for Phytases
  • Strengths and Weaknesses of Current Phytate Analytical Methods (Oberleas and Harland)
  • Phytase Analysis, Pitfalls and Interpretation of FTU for Efficacy in the Animal (Greiner and Bedford)
  • Commercial Experience of Phytase Analysis: Factors which Influence Phytase Recovery (Sheehan and Santos)

Calcium and Phosphorus Requirements and Phytase Equivalence

  • Calcium and Phosphorus Requirements and Phytase Equivalence Summary – IPS Delegates Call for New Thinking on Phosphorus and Calcium
  • In Vitro Tools to Assess the Efficacy of Phytase and Phosphorus Availability (Van Der Klis)
  • Phosphorus and Calcium Equivalency of Phytase (Applegate and Adeola)
  • Calcium and Phosphorus Requirements in Poultry (Angel)
  • Calcium and Phosphorus Requirements in Swine (Wilcock)
  • Faecal, Urinary and Circulatory Phosphorus Flow in Poultry (Coon)
  • Intestinal pH, Protein Digestibility and Quantum Phytase in Broilers (Walk, Bedford and McElroy)

Extra Phosphoric Effects of Phytase

  • Extra Phosphoric Effects of Phytase Summary – Exposing the Anti-Nutritional Properties of Phytate
  • Absorptive Surface, Mucin and Phytin (Moran)
  • The Negative Impact of Phytate on Protein Utilisation (Selle and Cowieson)
  • Meta-Analysis to Quantify the Effect of Microbial Phytase on the Digestibility and Bioavailability of Several Macro and Micro Minerals in Growing Pigs and Broilers (Jongbloed)
  • Phytate and Phytase Acid on the Activity of Chicken Pepsinogen (Liu)
  • Phytic Acid as an Anti-Nutritional Factor in Diets for Pigs and Poultry (Woyengo and Nyachoti)

Formulating with Phytase

  • Formulating with Phytase Summary – Formulating to Get the Most Out of Phytase
  • Ingredient Considerations, Total Phytate Concentrations and Susceptibility of Phytate to Hydrolysis (Classen)
  • How to Formulate with Phytase – Dose Response and Matrix Values for Different Products (Ten Doeschate and Graham)
  • The British Experience of Quantum Superdosing in Commercial in Commercial Piglet Starter Feeds (Wellock and Toplis)

The Future of Phytase

  • The Future of Phytase Summary – Standardisation the Key to Maximising Gains from Phytase Research
  • What is the Future of Phytase and Where Do We Go Next (Ravindran and Adeola)

Further Reading

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March 2012
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