Glycerol monolaurate is Medium chain fatty acids(MCFAs) can promote animal health and improve growth performance. Glycerol monolaurate in medium-chain fatty acids has been shown to be superior to antibiotics in fighting bacteria and viruses because it is more beneficial to animal health.it was proved that it has good antiviral properties against enveloped viruses (African swine fever ASF, blue ear disease PRRSV, swine fever, avian influenza, pseudorabies, etc.), and it is resistant to a variety of bacteria in the feed (Staphylococcus aureus, Bacillus subtilis, yeast , Aspergillus niger, Penicillium glaucum) have obvious inhibitory effect.
Monolauric acid can cause the membrane protein of enveloped virus to leak out. When glyceryl monolaurate comes into contact with these viruses, it can be absorbed into bacteria or enveloped viruses and cause the splitting of the outer shell membrane of the viral ester. Virus replication ability is weakened or lost, viruses without replication ability act as antigens, and will stimulate animals to produce corresponding antibodies
Application Feed as the follows:
GML has the strongest inhibitory effect on G + bacteria and some G-bacteria. Inhibit the proliferation of harmful bacteria, reduce intestinal ineffective fermentation, and remove endotoxins from the body.
Anti-enveloped viruses (AIDS, blue ear disease, swine fever, influenza, etc.), absorbed through the intestinal wall into the body's lymph and blood circulation, more effectively fight virus replication and spread, relieve immune suppression, improve viremia, and promote immune organs ( Spleen and thymus) growth and development.
GML shall be stored at 25 /77 ℃ max and 80% relative humidity max。
Shelf life :24 months in original package away from sunlight and odorous products.
25kg/Bag 16 tons/20'f container
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