Effects of Coated Compound Proteases on Apparent Total Tract Digestibility of Nutrients and Apparent Ileal Digestibility of Amino Acids for Pigs
L. Pan, P. F. Zhao, Z. Y. Yang, S. F. Long, H. L. Wang, Q.Y. Tian, Y.T. Xu, X. Xu, Z. H. Zhang, X. S. Piao
Asian-Australas J Anim Sci. 2016;29(12):1761-1767.   Published online 2016 Mar 22     DOI: https://doi.org/10.5713/ajas.16.0041
Citations to this article as recorded by Crossref logo
Systematic review and meta-analysis of the effect of feed enzymes on growth and nutrient digestibility in grow-finisher pigs: Effect of enzyme type and cereal source
A. Torres-Pitarch, E.G. Manzanilla, G.E. Gardiner, J.V. O’Doherty, P.G. Lawlor
Animal Feed Science and Technology.2019; 251: 153.     CrossRef
Low-tannin white sorghum contains more digestible and metabolisable energy than high-tannin red sorghum if fed to growing pigs
Long Pan, Xiaokang Ma, Jiangxu Hu, Li Liu, Mingfeng Yuan, Ling Liu, Defa Li, Xiangshu Piao
Animal Production Science.2019; 59(3): 524.     CrossRef
Yeast extract could be used as a partial substitute for spray-dried porcine plasma in diets for weaned pigs
Long Pan, Qiyu Tian, Yang Wu, Shenfei Long, Jindong Yin, Xiangshu Piao
Livestock Science.2019; 224: 20.     CrossRef
Comparative digestibility of energy and ileal amino acids in yeast extract and spray-dried porcine plasma fed to pigs
Yang Wu, Long Pan, Qiyu Tian, Xiangshu Piao
Archives of Animal Nutrition.2018; 72(1): 76.     CrossRef
Meta-analysis: explicit value of mono-component proteases in monogastric diets
S A Lee, M R Bedford, C L Walk
Poultry Science.2018; 97(6): 2078.     CrossRef
Coated compound proteases improve nitrogen utilization by decreasing manure nitrogen output for growing pigs fed sorghum soybean meal based diets
L. Pan, Q.H. Shang, X.K. Ma, Y. Wu, S.F. Long, Q.Q. Wang, X.S. Piao
Animal Feed Science and Technology.2017; 230: 136.     CrossRef
Concentration of digestible and metabolizable energy, standardized ileal digestibility, and growth performance of pigs fed diets containing sorghum produced in the United States or corn produced in China1
L. Pan, Q. H. Shang, Y. Wu, X. K. Ma, S. F. Long, L. Liu, D. F. Li, X. S. Piao
Journal of Animal Science.2017; 95(11): 4880.     CrossRef