Alpha galactosidase is a feed hemicellulose produced by a liquid submerged fermentation and advanced post-treatment technique. Alpha galactosidase can degrade galactosides, such as stachyose and raffinose, which can be fermented by microorganism in gut and cause flatulence in the intestine. Alpha galactosidase prevents flatulence and diarrhea.
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Loss on drying
80% pass 40 mesh
Stored 12 months under cover in dark, cool and dry conditions
Avoid direct sunlight and high temperature
One unit of alpha galactosidase activity (U) is defined as the amount of enzyme which liberates 1 millimole of paranitrophenol per minute from 5 mmol/L of paranitrophenol-α-D-galactopyranose solution at pH 5.5 and 37 ℃.
1. Destroy the cell wall structure synergized with the other enzymes and promote the release of nutrients.
2. Degrade galactosides such as stachyose and raffinose. Inhibition fermentation of microorganism in hindgut, reduce harmful substances such as amine and methane.
3. Improve the activity of endogenous protease, promote the production of polypeptide and control the diarrhea caused by indigestion.
4. Increase animal's immunity, and improve animal health.
Recommended dosage in complete feed of alpha galactosidase with 2000 U/g:50-150g/t. Increase or reduce the dosage according to the particular feed materials and season.