Tryptophan as A Feed Amino Acid in Beef:Patent Overview (Last 5 years)
Tryptophan is a well known protein-forming (proteinogenic) amino acid. This essential amino acid serves for the adequate supply of Tryptophan especially in low-protein diets for animals with high contents of grain that may be deficient in this amino acid. An optimal Tryptophan content enhances feed intake, weight gain and animal performance, particular in the starter phase of aquaculture production. With rising feed costs and resultant economic pressure, it becomes more important to optimal balance the content of crude protein in the diet in relation to the aquaculture requirement. Tryptophan is also involved in various metabolic pathways. It is a precursor to serotonin and melatonin, and can also be degraded in the organism to nicotinic acid/nicotinamide. 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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