Reflections on the 2015 CED Life Science Conference

Earlier this month, I had the opportunity to present at the 2015 CED Life Science Conference in Raleigh. The annual conference is organized by the CED, an NC-based entrepreneur support organization; the North Carolina Biotechnology Center and the North Carolina Biosciences Organization. The event brings together entrepreneurs, researchers, business organizations, investors, venture capitalists and industry…

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New Research Demonstrates BRI’s Versazyme® Protease Enzyme Improves Nutrient Digestibility and Gut Health in Swine

Research Triangle Park, N.C.— March 11, 2015—BioResource International, Inc. (BRI), a global biotechnology company specializing in the research, development and manufacture of high-performance enzyme feed additives for animal nutrition, announced today that findings of a research study using its market-leading protease enzyme, Versazyme®, in swine feed will be presented at the American Society of Animal…

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Feed Enzymes: Striking a Balance Between Specificity and Broad Application

I had a great discussion with Jane Byrne of FeedNavigator.com this morning to review study findings showing our enzyme feed additive, Xylamax, improves feed digestibility and uptake in poultry broilers fed a corn-soy diet. The first study was conducted in conjunction with research partners at Texas A&M University, and demonstrated improvements in broiler weight, feed…

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Did you know that our xylanase enzyme, Xylamax™, also works in corn-soy diets?

Recent studies show that our xylanase feed enzyme, Xylamax™, improves feed digestibility and uptake in poultry broilers fed a corn-soy diet. These findings are groundbreaking, and we believe that these results will have a big impact in the industry. With fluctuating global feed prices for ingredients such as wheat and soybeans an ongoing concern, the…

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New Research Showcases Efficacy of Xylanase Enzymes in Boosting Feed Digestibility and Uptake in Poultry Fed Corn-Soy Diets

Research Triangle Park, N.C.— February 18, 2015—BioResource International, Inc. (BRI), a global biotechnology company specializing in the research, development and manufacture of high-performance enzyme feed additives for animal nutrition, announced today the availability of further research showing its enzyme feed additive, XylamaxTM, improves feed digestibility and uptake in poultry broilers fed a corn-soy diet. Traditionally,…

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eLearning Series Part 3: 7 Factors to Consider When Choosing a Xylanase Feed Enzyme

This eLearning series addresses the changing animal nutrition landscape, including the need to help producers cost-effectively improve animal nutrition and performance in a way that is safe for animals, humans and the environment. As we explored in Part 2 of our eLearning Series, animal feed is the highest cost in poultry production, accounting for up…

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New Research Showcases Efficacy of Natural Enzymes in Boosting Feed Digestibility and Uptake in Poultry

Research Triangle Park, N.C.— January 20, 2015—BioResource International, Inc. (BRI), a global biotechnology company specializing in the research, development and manufacture of high-performance enzyme feed additives for animal nutrition, announced today that findings of research studies of its market-leading protease enzyme, Versazyme®, and its most recent enzyme feed additive, XylamaxTM, will be presented at the…

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