The following is a representative list of research abstracts and articles written by BRI scientists and published in internationally recognized, peer-reviewed technical journals or meeting abstract booklets.

Author(s) Date Name of Article Name of Publication
B. Nusairat & J. Wang 2021 The Effect of a Modified GH11 Xylanase on Live Performance, Gut Health, and Clostridium perfringens Excretion of Broilers Fed Corn-Soy Diets Front. Vet. Sci.
Marcos E Duarte, Fang X. Zhou, Wilson M Dutra Jr., Sung Woo Kim 2019 Dietary supplementation of xylanase and protease on growth
performance, digesta viscosity, nutrient digestibility, immune and
oxidative stress status, and gut health of newly weaned pigs
Animal Nutrition (Vol. 5, Issue 4)
Basheer Nusairat, Takawan Sooksridang, James Tyus, Jeng-jie Wang 2017 Effects of a commercial xylanase supplemented to reduced energy, corn-soy-based diets on live performance of broilers raised in SE Asia Poult. Sci. 96 (E-Suppl. 1)

 

Basheer Nusairat, James McNaughton, Fang Zhou1, and Jeng-Jie Wang, 2017 Effect of xylanase, probiotics and their combination on broiler performance, intestinal lesion observation in response to Eimeria and Clostridium perfringens challenges. Poult. Sci. 96 (E-Suppl. 1)

 

C. A Flores, MP Williams, K. Smith, J Pieniazek, R. Latham, J.J. Wang, J. Tyus, and J.T. Lee 2016 Evaluation of a thermotolerant xylanase on broiler growth performance and dietary ileal digestible energy value Journal of Applied Poultry Research (Volume 26, Issue 1)
J. L. Grimes, J. D. Garlich, J. Tyus, and J. J. Wang 2015 The effect of supplementing a heat-stable xylanase in cornsoy based broiler diets in various dietary phases. Poult. Sci. 94 (E-Suppl. 1):
Cody Flores, Rocky Latham, Patrick Biggs, Jason Lee 2015 Evaluation of a thermotolerant xylanase on broiler growth performance and ileal digestible energy Poult. Sci. 94 (E-Suppl. 1):
I. Park, H. Chen, J. Tyus, J. J. Wang, and S. W. Kim

2015

Effects of supplemental xylanase on growth, gut health, and ileal nutrient digestibility in nursery pigs fed corn-soybean meal-based diets with two dietary energy levels. J. Anim. Sci. Vol. 93, Suppl. x3
Ilana Barasch*, Jesse Grimes, Jim Garlich, Patrick Biggs 2015 Effect of a heat-stable xylanase, alone and in combination, with a commercial phytase on broiler performance from day-of-hatch until 42 days of age Poult. Sci. 94 (E-Suppl. 1)
Cody Flores*SC, Mallori Williams, Kyle Smith, Jake Pieniazek, Patrick Biggs, Jason Lee 2014 Evaluation of a thermotolerant xylanase on broiler growth performance and dietary ileal digestible energy value Poult. Sci. 93 (E-Suppl. 1) 
I. B. Barasch*, J. L. Grimes, P. E. Biggs, J. D. Garlich, and J. J. Wang 2013 The effect of a novel, heat-stable xylanase on broiler performance when added to wheat-based starter rations. Poult.Sci 92 (E-Suppl. 1)
I.B. Barasch* SC, J. L. Grimes, P. E. Biggs, J. D. Garlich, J. J. Wang 2013 The effect of a novel, heat-stable xylanase on digesta viscosity and apparent metabolizable
energy when fed to broiler chickens.
Poult. Sci. 92 (E-Suppl. 1):