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Sodium butyrate is a compound with formula Na C3H7COO. It is the sodium salt of butyric acid. It has various effects on cultured mammalian cells including inhibition of proliferation, induction of differentiation and induction or repression of gene expression. Sodium butyrate is usually found as a white, watersoluble, crystalline solid. The chemical is notable for having a very strong, unpleasant smell that lingers. The compound is found in human diet, notably produced in large amounts from dietary fiber in the gut and present in Parmesan cheese and butter. Nevertheless, the most common source of sodium butyrate in the gut is from consumption of legumes, which along with fiber have been associated with delayed aging and healthspan. Butyrate are known to improve gastrointestinal health and prevent microbial infections and ailments in poultry, pigs, fishes, and ruminants.
Currently the consumer market size of sodium butyrate is around 605 MT, globally there is around ** existing consumer of sodium butyrate. The improving economic conditions and standard of living in all regions are likely to propel the meat demand and production significantly. Owing to the robust growth in poultry meat and pork production, especially in Asia Pacific, Europe, and North America, the Sodium butyrate market for animal feed application is expected to demonstrate significant growth opportunities.
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