Gutfitzyme GOX™ Glucose Oxidase

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Gutfitzyme GOX™ Glucose Oxidase

Gutfitzyme GOX is the third generation of a new heat-resistant glucose oxidase developed by Challenge Group. This product is produced by a series of technical methods such as strain screening, genetic engineering directed transformation, fermentation process optimization and post-processing technique improvement. At present, Gutfitzyme has been exported to East Asia, Southeast Asia, South America, North America and other regions.


Glucose oxidase is an aerobic dehydrogenase. In animal intestinal tract, glucose oxidase can consume oxygen to produce gluconic acid and hydrogen peroxide. While maintaining the anaerobic environment in the intestinal tract, it also has significant bacteriostatic and bactericidal effects. The acid substance produced by glucose oxidase can significantly inhibit the growth and reproduction of harmful bacteria such as Escherichia coli, Salmonella, staphylococcus, and Clostridium perfringens.  Glucose oxidase can also enhance the redox reaction of animal liver, thus minimizing the risk of mycotoxin effects on animals and improving animal growth performance.

Product Specifications:

Enzyme activity: 1000U/g, 2000U/g

Appearance: light yellow granule

CAS number: 9001-37-0

Package: 25kg per bag


1. Consume oxygen in the intestines and produce gluconic acid and hydrogen peroxide to inhibit the reproduction of pathogenic bacteria.

2. Maintain the integrity of intestinal epithelial cells, reduce the occurrence of diarrhea and disease, and improve growth performance.

3. Enhance the redox reaction of animal liver and relieve the body damage caused by mycotoxins.

4. Reduce the use of acidifiers and antibiotics and save feed costs.


Recommended dosage: 100-300 U/kg of complete feed, included either directly or via a premix. 

This product is widely used in poultry and livestock. Contact us or your nearest distributor for more information regarding the use of our products.



Gutfitzyme GOX™ Glucose Oxidase