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  • Introduction about Tributyrin

    Feed additive: Tributyrin Content: 95%, 90% Tributyrin as a feed additive to bring improvement in gut health in poultry. Phasing out of the antibiotics as growth promoters from poultry feed recipes has increased the interest for alternative nutritional strategies, for both increasing poultry per...
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  • Alternative Antibiotic–Potassium Diformate

    Potassium Diformate CAS NO:20642-05-1 The principle of Potassium Diformate for animal growth promotion. If pigs only feed to promote growth, can not meet the growing needs of pigs nutrients, but also cause a waste of resources. It is a process from inside to outside to improve the intestinal envi...
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  • Calcium Propionate, Calcium Acetate

    Shanghai Dumi Biotechnology Co., Ltd,research and develop new products: Calcium Propionate, Calcium Acetate. Calcium propionate is a safe and reliable antifungal agent for food and feed approved by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation...
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  • Application of potassium diformate in feed additive

    In the breeding industry, whether you are large-scale breeding or family breeding, the use of feed additives are very important basic skills, which is not a secret. If you want more marketing and better income, high-quality feed additives are one of the necessary factors. In fact, the use of feed...
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  • Several common pharmaceutical intermediates

    Several important pharmaceutical intermediates: 1, 1-(6-methoxy-2-naphthyl) ethanol There are many ways to synthesize naproxen, among which the carbonyl synthesis route is superior to the traditional route because of its high selectivity and environmental friendness. The key intermediate for the...
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  • Pharmaceutical intermediates

    Drived by the rapid development of the global pharmaceutical market, in the context of fierce drug price competition, for the sake of cost control, the API and pharmaceutical intermediates industry has the need to transfer to the developing countries with cost advantages. However, China, India an...
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  • Neenah: Evacuation of Galloway Chemical Reaction Case

    NEENAH-Wednesday afternoon, due to a chemical reaction at Galloway, hazardous materials workers tested for potentially harmful gases, and nearby houses were evacuated for about two hours. Neenah-Menasha Fire Rescue Chief Kevin Kloehn said that the agency initially responded to emergency medical s...
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  • PFAS chemistry related to severe Covid-19 filter SVG

    According to a peer-reviewed Danish study, elevated levels of PFAS compounds are associated with a more severe form of Covid-19. This study involved 323 patients infected with the coronavirus and found that those with elevated levels of a chemical called PFBA were more than twice as likely to dev...
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  • Scientists discover how to use antibodies to control chemical reactions

    The artistic expression of two antibodies that trigger two chemical reactions. Image Credit: Illustration by Oscar Melendre Hoyos Researchers have developed a strategy to synthesize functional molecules with specific diagnostic antibodies. Antibodies are outstanding biomarkers: they are reminders...
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  • Breakthroughs in chemical research can change clean energy technology

    According to some estimates, the amount of solar energy reaching the surface of the earth in a year is greater than the sum of all the energy we can produce using non-renewable resources. The technology necessary to convert sunlight into electrical energy has developed rapidly, but the low effici...
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  • By 2027, the red biotechnology market will reach 510 billion US dollars

    Ottawa, December 16, 2020 (Global News)-In 2019, the global red biotechnology market has exceeded US$320.76 billion and is expected to reach US$510 billion by 2027, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of approximately 20%. From 2020 to 2027, it is 6.13%. Red biotechnology is a department of...
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  • In the biology publishing reform, eLife requires submissions to be published in preprint form | Science

    When major biomedical research funders released the open-access journal eLife in 2012, they hoped that it would promote biomedical publishing to make full use of the power of the Internet to share results freely and instantly. In the following years, the open access model became popular. Before b...
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