Conclusion

There is an increasing need for phytase to improve dietary phytate-phosphorus utilization by livestock, and thus reduce their phosphorus excretion to the environment worldwide, in particular in areas of intensive animal production. Although microbial phytase supplementation has been a widespread practice in swine and poultry feeding, and to a lesser extent, in fish feeding, continuous improvements in its property and reductions in its cost are warranted. Modern biotechnology has provided great potential to develop ideal phytases and effective deliveries for specific groups of animals.

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