Korean Journal of Veterinary Research 2010;50(4):297-302.
Efficacy of antibacteriocidal yeast that producing bacteriocin OR-7 in pig
Dong-In Cho1, Sang-Mo Kang1, Jae-Hwa Lee2, Sang-Hyeon Lee2, Min-Kyung Jang2, Ki-seuk Kim3
1Department of Biological Engineering, Konkuk University
2Department of Bioscience and Biotechnology, Silla University
3Department of Veterinary Public Health, College of Veterinary Medicine, Kyungpook National University
박테리오신 OR-7을 생산하는 항균 효모의 양돈에서의 사양시험 효과
조동인1, 강상모1, 이재화2, 이상현2, 장민경2, 김기석3
1건국대학교 생물공학과
2신라대학교 생명공학과
3경북대학교 수의학과
This study was conducted to investigate the effects of feeding probiotics (gene modified yeast) on the growth performances in pigs. In pigs, this study investigated the effects of dietary probiotics which contained antibacterial probiotics (OR-7, bacteriocin, gene modified yeast) on growth performances and feed efficiency in pig farm. A total of 150 pigs were studied. The treatments are probiotics yeast (PY) 0.3% (basal diet + 0.3% plasmid modified probiotics), PY 0.5% (basal diet + 0.5% plasmid modified probiotics), yeast (Y) 0.3% (basal diet + 0.3% probiotics), Y 0.5% (basal diet + 0.5% probiotics) and control (basal diet). Weight gain, feed intake and feed efficiency were periodically recorded for 90 days. The treatment group trended higher weight gain, feed intake and feed efficiency than control. And, the PY group trended higher weight gain, feed intake and feed efficiency than Y group.
Key Words: daily gain body weight, dietary probiotics, feed efficiency, pig feed test, Saccharomyces cerevisiae
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