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Source: BioResource International news release

RTP-based agricultural biotechnology company BioResource International, Inc. (BRI) announces the launch of Xylamax™, its latest high performance enzyme created to help producers economically deliver more meat in a safe and sustainable way. Xylamax is an intrinsically thermo-stable 1,4-beta-xylanase enzyme that delivers consistently high levels of energy release and improved digestibility in animal feed.

"Xylamax is BRI's newest offering in a line of high performance enzymes for the animal agriculture industry," said BRI CEO Giles Shih. "Consistent with our mission to develop innovative solutions to help producers feed the world, we designed Xylamax to be effective in the wide range of feed qualities and production conditions that exist around the world."

Xylamax breaks down non-starch polysaccharides (NSP) in grain cell walls, activating the release of valuable nutrients for digestion by the animal's natural enzymes. Xylamax also reduces the viscosity of intestinal contents by more than 50%, which accelerates nutrient digestion. These combined actions optimize energy availability to the animal, resulting in improved growth and gut health.

"Performance testing conducted by internationally-recognized independent poultry research institutions, found that Xylamax significantly increases feed conversion rates," adds BRI Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer J.J. Wang. "We are confident that producers using Xylamax will recognize its benefit as a versatile cost management tool, allowing them to better adapt to constantly changing feed ingredient costs and qualities. "

To assist producers with in-field use of Xylamax, BRI has developed XylaQuick™, a qualitative in-feed colorimetric kit that allows easy, fast on-site testing of the Xylamax enzyme activity within feed. XylaQuick is available exclusively with the purchase of Xylamax.

BRI's products are available through global and regional animal feed distributors. For specifics please contact BRI at .

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