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Screening of yeast strains for phytase activity

Phytase activity in Cryptococcus laurentii ABO 510

Expression and characterization of Aspergillus thermostable phytases in Pichia pastoris

Biochemical properties of a thermostable phytase from Neurospora crassa

Gene cloning, expression and characterization of novel phytase from Obesumbacterium proteus

Phosphorus equivalency of a Citrobracter braakii phytase in broilers

Assessing measurements in feed enzyme research: Phytase evaluations in broilers

Phytase activity as a novel metabolic feature in Bifidobacterium

Corn expressing an Escherichia coli-derived phytase gene: Residual phytase activity and microstructure of digesta in broiler chicks

High mature grain phytase activity in the Triticeae has evolved by duplication followed by neofunctionalization of the purple acid phosphatase phytase (PAPhy) gene

Coexpression of fungal phytase and xylanase utilizing the cis-acting hydrolase element in Pichia pastoris

Cell-surface phytase on Pichia pastoris cell wall offers great potential as a feed supplement

Efficacy of Phytases on Egg Production and Nutrient Digestibility in Layers Fed Reduced Phosphorus Diets

Phytate Phosphorus Hydrolysis in Broilers in Response to Dietary Phytase, Calcium, and Phosphorus Concentrations

Corn Expressing an Escherichia Coli-Derived Phytase Gene: Comparative Evaluation Study in Broiler Chicks1

Effects of a thermostable phytase on the growth performance and bone mineralization of broilers

 

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Either of the two enzymes, designated 3‐phytase (EC 3.1.3.8) and 6‐phytase (EC 3.1.3.26), that catalyse the hydrolytic removal of a phosphoric residue from phytate at the 3‐position or the 6‐position, respectively; most commonly it signifies 6‐phytase.

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