RAPID PROTEASE is the most stable protease enzyme obtained by using a bacillus species.

In animals, amino acids are obtained through the consumption of foods containing protein. Ingested proteins are broken down through digestion, which typically involves denaturation of the protein through exposure to acid and hydrolysis by enzymes called Proteases.

Some ingested amino acids are used for protein biosynthesis, while others are converted to glucose through gluconeogenesis, or fed into the citric acid cycle. This use of protein as a fuel is particularly important under starvation conditions.


The RAPID PROTEASE has unique property like, ability to increase digestibility of many different feed proteins. These enzymes function in important physiological processes, including homeostasis, apoptosis, signal transduction, reproduction and immunity.

  • Hydrolysis of proteins to individual amino acids and peptides in the intestinal tract is a key function for proteases.
  • Proteases are involved in blood coagulation and wound healing.
  • Passage of hydrochloric acid stimulates the release of the hormones secretin and pancreozymin from the mucosa of the duodenum.

Typically, for conventional feed ingredients, amino acid digestibility averages only 80 to 90 per cent. 10 to 20 percent of all ingested proteins are not digested. Instead, it passes to thein-gut where it is used by micro-organisms inhabiting the lower intestine for their own growth and development, before being excreted.


Enzyme use in feed rations allows you to maintain a properly balanced ration without sacrificing any protein or energy levels.

RAPID PROTEASE generates same performance by feeding less, lowering protein diets, increased broiler body weight and improved feed efficiency similar to feeding higher protein diets.

RAPID PROTEASE enhances protein digestion up to 10% and inturn facilitates protein conversion to the most bio available amino acids (LYSINE, METHIONINE, CYSTINE, TRYPTOPAN, THREONINE, and ARGININE) and essential body building components for birds/ animals.

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