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North America mycotoxin detoxifiers market is expected to cross $460 million by 2020 with an estimated CAGR of 3.3%. Feed mycotoxin detoxifiers are used to degrade the toxic substances into non-toxic substances or to reduce the exposure of mycotoxins in feed and to the animals.The end consumers of feed mycotoxin detoxifiers are compound feed manufacturers, integrators, farmers, home-mixers, livestock and aquaculture industry. The major growth driver in the markets is strong demand for high quality meat from meat processing industry. The market is mature and focused on innovations. The increased meat consumption in Mexico is expected to drive the market in the region during the forecast period and Canada is a potential market. Stringent approval systems in place by the US govt. on the mycotoxin detoxifiers are making it difficult for manufacturing and marketing new products. Among animal type application segment, poultry and swine feed are the largest segments in the mycotoxin detoxifiers market where as aquaculture and pet food are the fastest growing segment. Global trends are repeated in terms of market shares of the Subtypes in the region. North America is a crucial market for both the production and consumption of global mycotoxin detoxifiers. The US holds around 71% of the market share followed by Mexico and Canada. Rise in awareness of the product efficiency and considerable increase in the product quality have kept the market demand afloat. As the region is a matured market for mycotoxin detoxifier consumption, innovations and product line expansion are taken up as long-term strategies by major companies. Pfizer, Amlan, Alltech, and Special Nutrients are a few major players in the region. Key Topics Covered: 1. INTRODUCTION 1.1 Research Methodology 1.1.1 Market Definition 1.1.2 Report Description 2. KEY FINDINGS OF THE STUDY 3. MARKET OVERVIEW 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Market Dynamics 3.2.1 Drivers 3.2.1.1 Better standard of living & Increase in preference 3.2.1.2 Industrialization of meat production 3.2.1.3 Expansion of animal derived products' market 3.2.1.4 Increasing consumer awareness regarding animal nutrition 3.2.1.5 Livestock disease outbreak fuelling additives market 3.2.2 Constraints 3.2.2.1 Regulatory structure & Intervention 3.2.2.2 Unavailability of raw materials 3.2.3 Opportunities 3.2.3.1 Increasing demand in Asian & Latino regions fuelling exports 3.2.3.2 Rise in the cost of natural feeds 3.3 Porter's Five Forces Analysis 3.3.1 Bargaining Power of Suppliers 3.3.2 Bargaining Power of Buyers 3.3.3 Threat of New Entrants 3.3.4 Threat of Substitute Products and Services 3.3.5 Degree of Competition 4. MARKET SEGMENTATION 4.1 Mycotoxin Detoxifiers 4.1.1 Mycotoxin Detoxifiers Market, by type 4.1.1.1 Binders 4.1.1.2 Biotransformers 4.1.2 Mycotoxin Detoxifiers Market, by Animal Type 4.2 By Animal type 4.2.1 Ruminant 4.2.2 Poultry 4.2.3 Swine 4.2.4 Aquaculture 4.2.5 Pet Food 4.2.6 Horses 4.2.7 Others 4.3 By Geography 4.3.1 U.S 4.3.2 Mexico 4.3.3 Canada 4.3.4 Others 5. Competitive Landscape - Feed Additives 5.1 Market Share Analysis 5.2 New Product Launches 5.3 Mergers & Acquisitions 5.4 Joint Ventures 5.5 Most active companies in the past five years 6. Company Profiles 6.1 Alltech Bio-products Co., Ltd. 6.2 AMLAN International 6.3 Bayer Co., Ltd. 6.4 Belgium Impextraco 6.5 Biomin Feed Additive (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. 6.6 Intervet/Schering-Plough 6.7 Kemin Industries, Inc . 6.8 Omega Biotech Shanghai Co., Ltd. 6.9 Pfizer Animal Health (Zoetis) 6.10 Special Nutrients, Inc., USA. For more information about this report visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/jl4lv9/north_america Research and Markets Laura Wood, Senior Manager press@researchandmarkets.com For E.S.T Office Hours Call +1-917-300-0470 For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call +1-800-526-8630 For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900 U.S. Fax: 646-607-1907 Fax (outside U.S.): +353-1-481-1716 To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/north-america-feed-mycotoxin-detoxifiers-market-growth-trends-and-forecasts-2016---2021---research-and-markets-300442768.html


Shen C.,Shanghai University | Shen L.,Shanghai University | Yang J.,Shanghai University | Shi J.,Shanghai University | And 4 more authors.
Materials Science Forum | Year: 2011

Highly oriented TiO2 nanotube (NT) arrays were fabricated by anodizing Ti foils. The morphology of the NT arrays was characterized by scanning electron microscope. By adjusting the anodization time, the lengths and diameters of TiO2 NT arrays changed from 6.7 to 19.5 μm, and 90 to 110 nm, respectively. As confirmed by X-ray diffraction and Raman spectra, the as-anodized TiO2 NTs were amorphous but transformed into anatase phase after annealing at 450°C for 3 h. Reflectance spectrum of TiO 2 NT arrays showed that NT layer of longer length lowered the reflectance in the visible spectrum because of light trapping effects of NTs, thus enhancing light harvesting of NTs. Dye-sensitized solar cells were fabricated using TiO2 NT arrays with different tube-lengths. Analysis of photocurrent density-voltage (J-V) characteristics showed that higher photoconversion efficiencies were achieved with longer NT lengths. © (2011) Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland.


News Article | August 31, 2016
Site: cleantechnica.com

Never forget that China has a “managed economy.” The national government may have embraced elements of capitalism a generation ago, but the country’s leaders are well aware of the problems that can result if capitalism is allowed to run wild. “Boom or bust” syndrome is something the government thinks is bad for the economy in general and especially bad for the burgeoning electric car industry. To date, more than 200 Chinese startups have announced plans to build an electric car. 100 years ago, every blacksmith and bicycle mechanic in the world was busy building an automobile in the barn at night. Then they started companies to manufacture their creations. Worldwide, thousands if not tens of thousands of nascent car companies have failed over the last century or more. China looks at the money investors lost backing all those companies that never were. From its managed economy perspective, it thinks funneling more investment into companies that are economically viable is better for the nation than throwing good money after bad and letting market forces determine the winners and losers. Today in China, every refrigerator manufacturer, moped maker, and backyard tinkerer is jumping into the electric vehicle game. A lot of that frenzy of enthusiasm is fueled by generous government incentives that make “new energy vehicles” affordable for the masses. Those incentives can amount to as much as 60% of the sticker price of a new energy car, which has sparked a huge demand from the public. Right now in China, more than 4000 new models of electric cars are under development. Many of those small companies have no experience building automobiles. Their cars are shoddily made and service after the sale is non-existent. The government of China says it will now pick the winners itself. Soon, entrepreneurs will need a license from the government to become an automobile manufacturer. (Existing companies like SAIC and BYD will not need to apply for licenses.) According to reports, no more than 10 licenses will be issued — a very small number for such a large country. “There are too many entrants in the sector, and some of them are just speculators,” said Yin Chengliang, a professor at Shanghai Jiao Tong University’s Institute of Automotive Engineering. “The government has to raise the threshold. It’s bad to see irrational investments in projects with low technology levels.” 335,000 new energy vehicles were sold in China last year. By 2025, the government wants that number to rise to 3,000,000 vehicles a year. It will be boom times for whichever companies survive the permitting process. China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology published a draft policy document for public comment this month. It listed 17 technologies that companies that intend to sell electric cars must have in order to ensure “healthy” development of the industry. The factors include a control system for the performance and stability of any new energy vehicle, an information system that tracks the sources and conditions of key parts, and a process for recycling or reusing batteries. Citing unnamed sources, Economic Daily, an official newspaper run by the State Council, says 90% of the companies currently developing EV platforms won’t be able to meet the standards in two years. A lot of money has been invested in those companies already. “There’s definitely a bubble,” said Yale Zhang, a managing director at researcher Autoforesight Shanghai Co. “If you don’t own the core technology and can’t build up the brand, it’s ‘game over’ very quickly once you burn through the cash.”   Drive an electric car? Complete one of our short surveys for our next electric car report.   Keep up to date with all the hottest cleantech news by subscribing to our (free) cleantech newsletter, or keep an eye on sector-specific news by getting our (also free) solar energy newsletter, electric vehicle newsletter, or wind energy newsletter.  


News Article | December 22, 2016
Site: en.prnasia.com

SHANGHAI, Dec. 22, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- China Autonomous Vehicle Summit 2017 will be held from April 24-25, 2017 at the Longemont Shanghai. The Summit is organized by ECV International Shanghai Co. In October 2016, the long-awaited "Technical Roadmap for Energy-saving and New Energy Vehicles" for the industry was released at the 2016 SAE-China Congress & Exhibition (2016SAECCE). As an important part, intelligent & connected vehicles (ICV) get all concerned. As one of the pillars of national economy, the future development of the automotive industry is moving increasingly faster toward autonomous driving: the advent of ICV not only has changed people's recognition of automobile travel, depicting beautiful scenes of future driving, it also represents a key development opportunity for the state government's Made in China 2025, especially the part of ICV, and breeds the next 100 billion grade market. The upcoming summit aims to share and discuss the topical issues on ICV and the autonomous driving industry, including V2X and automated driving new algorithm, connectivity standards, etc. Also it assesses sensor technologies beyond the current automotive active safety horizon and considers radar, laser and camera innovation within the automotive and other advanced technology sectors for automated driving applications. At the same time, the summit will combine the most up-to-date development technologies and the profit pattern of ICV with an industry focus to discuss on topics such as the integration of car with big data technology, as well as sharing economy in autonomous driving. The organizer wish to let companies understand the latest policies, standards, technology and market trends. At the same time, the summit is expected to serve as a platform, to promote exchanges and cooperation among industry players who would jointly seize opportunities and face challenges. This forum will focus on the hot topics below: For more details, please visit the summit's official website: For further details on the Forum, please contact:


PubMed | Inc. Shanghai, Inc. Beijing, Max Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology, Shanghai JiaoTong University and Inc. Taipei
Type: | Journal: Scientific reports | Year: 2016

Seed development dedicates to reserve synthesis and accumulation and uncovering its genetic and biochemical mechanisms has been a major research focus. Although proteomic and transcriptomic analyses revealed dynamic changes of genes and enzymes involved, the information regarding concomitant metabolic changes is missing. Here we investigated the dynamic metabolic changes along the rice grain development of two japonica and two indica cultivars using non-targeted metabolomics approach, in which we successfully identified 214 metabolites. Statistical analyses revealed both cultivar and developmental stage dependent metabolic changes in rice grains. Generally, the stage specific metabolic kinetics corresponded well to the physiological status of the developing grains, and metabolic changes in developing rice grain are similar to those of dicot Arabidopsis and tomato at reserve accumulation stage but are different from those of dicots at seed desiccation stage. The remarkable difference in metabolite abundances between japonica and indica rice grain was observed at the reserve accumulation stage. Metabolite-metabolite correlation analysis uncovered potential new pathways for several metabolites. Taken together, this study uncovered both conserved and diverse development associated metabolic kinetics of rice grains, which facilitates further study to explore fundamental questions regarding the evolution of seed metabolic capabilities as well as their potential applications in crop improvement.


News Article | November 24, 2015
Site: www.materialstoday.com

SLM Solutions Group AG, a provider of metal based additive manufacturing technology, has opened a new office in Shanghai. The subsidiary will operate as SLM Solutions Shanghai Co. Ltd and will cover the entire Chinese market. ‘The opening of the SLM Solutions office in Shanghai is the logical consequence of a strong requests from our customers and partners in China,’ said Dr. Markus Rechlin, CEO of SLM Solutions Group AG. ‘The new subsidiary of SLM Solutions in Shanghai is another step towards building a lasting presence in the Asian market and an investment in long-term customer relationships.’ The new subsidiary will provide the entire product portfolio of SLM Solutions, including SLM machines, consumables and service. In addition to sales, the company will focus on the development and expansion of service and dealer network throughout China, according to Dr. Rechlin. ‘I am delighted to be able to drive the expansion of SLM Solutions through a local presence in Shanghai,’ said Liu Hong, general manager of SLM Solutions Shanghai Co Ltd. ‘In China, the demand rises for systems of generative production technology with high-precision production of small series and prototypes.’ This story is reprinted from material from SLM, with editorial changes made by Materials Today. The views expressed in this article do not necessarily represent those of Elsevier.


Marathe P.,Bristol Myers Squibb | Tang Y.,Bristol Myers Squibb | Sleczka B.,Bristol Myers Squibb | Rodrigues D.,Bristol Myers Squibb | And 4 more authors.
Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences | Year: 2010

BMS-690514, a potent inhibitor of human epidermal growth factor receptor (HER) 1 (EGFR), 2, and 4, and vascular endothelial growth factor receptors (VEGFR) 1-3, is currently under investigation as an oral agent for the treatment of solid tumors. In vitro and in vivo studies were conducted to characterize the pharmacokinetics and metabolism. Through integration of in vitro and in vivo pharmacokinetic data and antitumor efficacy in nude mice, human pharmacokinetics and efficacious doses were projected for BMS-690514. The oral bioavailability of BMS-690514 was 78% in mice, ∼100% in rats, 8% in monkeys, and 29% in dogs. The low oral bioavailability in monkeys could be attributed to high systemic clearance in that species, which was also consistent with predicted clearance using in vitro data from monkey liver microsomes. Permeability of BMS-690514 in Caco-2 cells was in the intermediate range with a moderate potential to be a P-gp substrate. Experiments using recombinant human CYP enzymes and human liver microsomes suggested that CYP2D6 and CYP3A4 are likely to play a key role in the metabolic clearance of BMS-690514; in addition, direct glucuronidation of BMS-690514 was also observed in human hepatocytes. BMS-690514 was able to cross the blood-brain barrier with a brain-to-plasma ratio of ∼1. The preclinical ADME properties of BMS-690514 suggest good oral bioavailability in humans and metabolism by multiple pathways including oxidation and glucuronidation. Based on the efficacious AUC in nude mice and predicted human pharmacokinetics, the human efficacious QD dose is predicted to be in the range of 100-200 mg. © 2010 Wiley-Liss, Inc. and the American Pharmacists Association.


Du B.,Shanghai Co. | Yan S.,Shanghai Co. | Sun H.,Shanghai Co. | Zhao S.,Shanghai Co. | Wang G.,Shanghai Co.
Naihuo Cailiao/Refractories | Year: 2013

The current progress of testing methods for slag resistance was introduced briefly. The advantages and disadvantages of static crucible method, rotary slag method, and dropping slag method at high temperatures were analyzed as well as the status of related research. Based on the present testing methods, a new method named multi-factor simulated testing method was developed. This method can simulate the working environment which is quite close to the real gasification process. The new testing method can be used as an accurate and reliable guide for the selection of refractory materials for water coal slurry gasifiers.


Li F.,Shanghai Co. | Reiss M.H.,Rolf Jensen and Associates Inc.
Asia Ascending: Age of the Sustainable Skyscraper City - A Collection of State-of-the-Art, Multi-Disciplinary Papers on Tall Buildings and Sustainable Cities, Proc. of the CTBUH 9th World Congress | Year: 2012

The movement towards sustainable building design can result in unique fire protection challenges and concerns, especially with tall buildings in relationship to traditional prescriptive code compliance. Specific design features include the fire separations and the fire protection system design. Other fire safety concerns include green roofs, sprinkler water quality and testing, fire department access and areas of refuge. The solutions to these prescriptive code challenges and fire safety concerns can range from simple alternatives to more detailed engineering performance-based design analyses.


News Article | December 5, 2016
Site: en.prnasia.com

SHANGHAI, Dec. 5, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The 5th China Digital Marketing Innovation Summit will be held at the Crowne Plaza Shanghai Noah Square on March 9 and 10, 2017. The Summit is organized by ECV International Shanghai Co., Ltd. According to the 2015--2020 China's Internet of Things Market Operation Situation and Investment Prospects Assessment Report published by China Industrial Information Network (http://www.chyxx.com): Currently, China's digital marketing is in rapid growth, and in the past three years, the yearly market growth was above 40% on average, highlighting the mobile app development trend of digital marketing, and in the future mobile app will become the main battlefield of advertising & marketing. With the development of VR, AR, intelligent experience store, digital interactive advertising and other new technologies, a brand by virtue of technology can reshape the user experience scenarios, bring immersive user experience, build brand new communication and dialogue environment with users, and thereby enhance user's in-depth brand recognition and emotional connection. Users change from passive recipients to part of the experience and active participation in brand marketing, prospective consumers are more likely to become actual consumers and spread this kind of experience. Along with users consumption personalization and communication channels diversification, the value of content is rediscovered, to inspire creative marketing professionals who should consider more from the user's point of view, so that technology and content will better serve the original intention of brand communication. The focus of this conference is to explore how to integrate mobile digital marketing strategy, achieve user-centric creative content, interactive marketing technology, new visual marketing technology, native advertising, and smart marketing, and enhance personalized experience business model transformation, help enterprises to complete the digital transition in the mobile Internet era. The summit will focus on the hot topics as below: More details, please visit our official website:

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