2018
DOI: 10.1017/s0043933918000697
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Combination of phytase and organic acid for broilers: role in mineral digestibility and phytic acid degradation

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“…It is also hypothesized that the phytate-degrading activities of both S. boulardii ( Ryan et al., 2011 ) and organic acid ( Vieira et al., 2018 ) have evolved toward the digestive benefits of these supplements. Therefore, they can be considered advantageous in enhancing digestion and absorption of minerals and proteins, which is normally achieved by the degradation of phytate in the gastrointestinal system.…”
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“…It is also hypothesized that the phytate-degrading activities of both S. boulardii ( Ryan et al., 2011 ) and organic acid ( Vieira et al., 2018 ) have evolved toward the digestive benefits of these supplements. Therefore, they can be considered advantageous in enhancing digestion and absorption of minerals and proteins, which is normally achieved by the degradation of phytate in the gastrointestinal system.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…(2013) observed that supplementation of low-NPP diets (3.9 and 3.4% NPP in the starter and grower diets, respectively) with an organic acid mixture (0.2%) increased tibia ash content. Vieira et al. (2018) reported that any organic acid in the dissociated form was found to be beneficial for the increase in the phytate P availability, mainly because of their ability to reduce the gastrointestinal pH, generally leading to better conditions for phytate degradation.…”
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“…The degradation of phytic acid during fermentation is achieved mainly through plant phytases [19] activated by LAB acidification. Moreover, a specific role of the organic acids on phytase activity has recently been proposed [43]. Cation chelation from organic acids may inhibit the aggregation of minerals and other molecules by phytic acid, thereby increasing their digestibility [43].…”
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“…Moreover, a specific role of the organic acids on phytase activity has recently been proposed [43]. Cation chelation from organic acids may inhibit the aggregation of minerals and other molecules by phytic acid, thereby increasing their digestibility [43]. When present at high concentration, i.e., in legumes, raffinose is considered an ANF.…”
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confidence: 99%