Avoid Fish: Shellfish, clams, mussels, shrimps, and raw tissue of animals contains an enzyme thiaminase
which causes a breakdown of thiamine.
Injection [B.sub.1], [B.sub.6] and [B.sub12] helps to prevents deficiency of Thiamine by abnormal growth of thiaminase
enzyme producing bacteria inside the rumen and increase general tonicity of body organs.
is confident we have solved the thiaminase
issue in carp that limited its use in pet foods," says Ellen Dierenfeld, PhD and lead nutritionist on the project.
"Candida can make an enzyme called thiaminase
that destroys the B1 vitamin before it gets a chance to be absorbed," says Rogers.
Thiamine or vitamin B1 has an important role in cancer cells as shown byinvestigations using the thiamine-degrading enzyme, thiaminase
. Liu et al.
Alewife contain high levels of thiaminase
, which when eaten causes low levels of thiamine in adult salmon and their eggs, and the early death of newly hatched fish.
Thiamine deficiencies are often secondary to ruminal acidosis, as one of the microorganisms which proliferate with grain intake produces thiaminase
II, an enzyme which catalyzes the cleavage of thiamine (Merch Veterinary Manual 2008).
Raw fishmeal contains thiaminase
, an enzyme that destroys thiamin after contact for a prolonged period of time.