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    Feed Additive

    Glycine Betaine Anhydrous

    (107-43-7)
    Used to treat a lack of or defect in certain enzymes that causes too much homocysteine in the blood and urine.

    2-Methylimidazole

    (693-98-1)
    2-Methylimidazole is a monomethylated imidazole that can be used as a building block in the preparation of a wide range of biologically active compounds. 2-Methylimidazole as well as other imidazoles can be use as catalyst for refolding of enhanced coloured fluorescent protein. 2-Methylimidazole has been identified as a byproduct of fermentation and is detected in foods and mainstream and side-stream tobacco smoke.

    Dihydropyridine

    (1149-23-1)
    3,5-Dicarboethoxy-2,6-dimethyl-1,4-dihydropyridine is a dihydropyridine derivative that have been tested for antimicrobial activities.

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    Flavomycin

    (11015-37-5)
    Moenomycin complex is a mixture of five major components, A, A12, C1, C3 and C4, isolated from several strains of Streptomyces in the 1960s. Moenomycins are high molecular weight phosphoglycolipids with potent antibiotic activity used in animal health. Moenomycins are the only antibiotic known to selectively inhibit the transglycosylation step catalysed by penicillin-binding protein 1b.

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    TYLOSIN

    (1401-69-0)
    Macrolide antibiotic isolated from a strain of Streptomycetes fradiae found in soil from Thailand. Antibacterial.

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    Nosiheptide

    (56377-79-8)
    Nosiheptide is a bicyclic thiopeptide antibiotic produced by several species of actinomycetes, notably Streptomyces, first reported by Japanese researchers in 1970. Unlike other bicyclic thiopeptides such as thiostrepton, the second macrocyclic ring is linked by relatively fragile lactone and thiolactone bridges to the core cyclic peptide. Nosiheptide has broad spectrum antibacterial activity, and has recently demonstrated a prolonged post-antibiotic effect in both nosocomial and community-acquired MRSA compared with vancomycin. Despite its long history in animal health, nosiheptide has not been extensively studied and is regarded as a “lost antibiotic” largely escaping intensive investigation for human application.

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    PRISTINAMYCIN

    (11006-76-1)
    Virginiamycin complex is defined as a mixture of 75% ostreogrycin A (virginiamycin M1) and 25% virginiamycin S1, together with the less abundant S analogues. As the two major components have quite different solubilities, these proportions are not readily achieved or used. BioAustralis has isolated and re-combined the individual components to provide the defined components of virginiamycin complex. The composition of the complex is important as Virginiamycin S1 acts a synergist, binding to the conformational change of the peptidyl transferase centre of the 50S ribosome induced by ostreogrycin A.

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    2-Methylimidazole

    (693-98-1)
    2-Methylimidazole is a monomethylated imidazole that can be used as a building block in the preparation of a wide range of biologically active compounds. 2-Methylimidazole as well as other imidazoles can be use as catalyst for refolding of enhanced coloured fluorescent protein. 2-Methylimidazole has been identified as a byproduct of fermentation and is detected in foods and mainstream and side-stream tobacco smoke.
    Feed additive refer to the small or trace substances added during the production, processing and use of feed. The amount of feed additives is small but the effect is significant. Feed additive are inevitable raw materials used in the modern feed industry, and have obvious effects on strengthening the nutritional value of basic feeds, improving animal production performance, ensuring animal health, saving feed costs, and improving animal product quality. Feed additives are divided into microbial feed additives and Chinese herbal medicine feed additives. "Feed Additive" on Echemi mainly supplies APIs for feed additives.
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