β-glucanase is produced from Aspergillus niger, Bacillus subtilis, Trichoderma longifolia 3, Penicillium fungus, Bacillus amyloliquefaciens, Aspergillus aculeatus, which can hydrolyze β-glucan, specifically A general term for a class of enzymes that act exclusively on the 1,3 and 1,4 glycosidic bonds of β-glucan to generate oligosaccharides, oligosaccharides and a small amount of glucose, making them lose their hydrophilicity and viscosity. β-glucanase mainly includes β-1,3-1,4-glucanase, endo- and exo-β-1,3-glucanase, endo- and exo-β-1,4- Glucanase. The exact action sites of these enzymes on β-glucan have not been systematically and detailedly reported. The enzyme preparation can effectively decompose β-glucan in the endosperm cell wall of wheat and cereal plants, and is mainly used in beer brewing, malt sugar and feed industries.
Product Name: Beta Glucanase
Batch No.: Y120121082001
Manuf Date: OCT 27, 2021
Analysis Date: OCT 27, 2021
Expiry date:OCT 26, 2022
Standard： The Enterprise Standard Q/370126BSJ 006-2020
Definition of glucanase activity unit:
One unit (U) of glucanase activity is defined as the amount of enzyme which liberates 1 μmol reducingsugarper minute from 5mg/mL substrate (carboxymethylcellulose sodium) solution at 50.0℃ and pH 4.8
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Light Brown powder
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This product is qualified according to the delivery inspection and meets
the Enterprise Standard Q/370126BSJ 006-2020
The main application in the feed industry is endo-β-glucanase. Corresponding to the anti-nutritional properties of β-glucan, β-glucanase can reduce the viscosity of chyme, improve feed utilization, improve the structure of intestinal flora, and ensure the health of livestock and poultry.
① Reduce the viscosity of chyme
β-glucan is an important antinutritional factor that increases the viscosity of intestinal digesta. β-glucanase can degrade macromolecular β-glucans into oligosaccharides and oligosaccharides with a lower degree of polymerization and less viscosity effect. Thereby reducing the viscosity of chyme and improving animal growth performance. The reduced viscosity can push the chyme into the back of the digestive tract at a faster rate, increasing the feed intake of animals; at the same time, it increases the mixing rate of chyme and digestive enzymes, increases the contact opportunities between nutrients and digestive enzymes, and improves the activity of digestive enzymes. Improve digestion and absorption of nutrients. Reduce feed waste.
②Crack the plant cell wall and promote the release of nutrients
The structure of plant cell wall is complex, and many plant-based feed materials cannot completely destroy the integrity of cell wall structure even after crushing and processing. β-glucan is one of the main components of the plant cell wall, and forms a physical barrier together with other substances in the cell wall. Block the release of intracellular nutrients. Some nutrients wrapped in the cell wall cannot be fully digested and utilized because they cannot contact with digestive enzymes. β-glucanase can effectively degrade plant cell walls, break physical barriers, and promote the release of nutrients in cell walls. Under the action of β-glucanase, macromolecular nutrients are released from the broken cells, more nutrients can interact with digestive enzymes, and the digestibility of feed is improved.
③Improve intestinal microbial flora and improve animal health
The reduction of viscosity makes nutrients digested and absorbed more completely in the small intestine, reduces the amount of nutrients available to harmful microorganisms in the back of the digestive tract, reduces the proliferation and fermentation of harmful microorganisms in the hindgut, reduces the production of sticky feces, reduces the pollution of the breeding environment, and improves animal health.
④ Increase the activity of endogenous enzymes
Studies have shown that adding this enzyme preparation can significantly increase the activities of trypsin, amylase and lipase in the intestinal contents of broilers.
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