Galactosidase also known as lactase enzyme, Lactase also has the transfer function of galactosidase, galactose to lactose generated galactooligosaccharide, as a bacteria-acting factors for the development of functional foods. Beta Galactosidase deficiency worldwide is widespread, especially in Asia, Africa accounted for a large proportion of our country is also a common phenomenon.
Definition of content
One unit of α-galactosidase activity (U) is defined as the amount of enzyme which liberates 1 micromole of paranitrophenol per minute from 10 mmol/L of paranitrophenol-α-D-galactopyranose solution at pH 5.5 and 37 degrees centigrade.
(1) Degrade resistance factor as α-galactoside in feed and reduce chime viscosity in intestine.
(2) Decrease the anti-nutritional factor in feed and promote the absorption of nutrients.
(3) Degrade the flatulence factor in soybean and decrease incidence of diarrhea.
(4) Increase animal’s immunity and reduce the prevalence of disease
Dosage: 20~60U/Kg in complete feed.
Dosage of 5000U/g: 4~12g/t.
Increase or reduce the dosage according to the particular feed materials and season.
Post time: Mar-21-2022