Threonine as A Feed Amino Acid in Crustaceans:Patent Overview (Last 5 years)
For more than a decade the use of L-Threonine in feed has been consistently improving the quality and productivity of animals. This amino acid optimizes feed formulations, reduces the cost of animal production and minimizes nitrogen excretion. Scientific research demonstrates the effectiveness of L-Threonine, which is typically the 2nd or 3rd limiting amino acid in modern feeding concepts, depending on animal species, sex, age, genetics, and the feed ingredients mix. Threonine has experienced double-digit growth rates since the commercial application took off in the mid-90's. A growing global population and increasing per capita income will continue to stimulate the demand for a high-quality, cost-effective as well as environmentally friendly responsible food supply. In this regard, there are innovations that have turned to patents. Few of them have been filed in the recent years. To know more about the claims and embodiments it is worth to go through the patent overview.
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