New research has shown positive effects on broiler performance when a wide range of NSP-degrading enzymes are included in the diet.
Non-starch polysaccharides (NSPs) are the main constituents of plant cell walls and play a role in the encapsulation of nutrients including amino acids, starch and lipids. It is well known that NSPs negatively affect access of endogenously secreted enzymes to their substrates, reducing digestibility.
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