Epidermal growth factor (EGF) is an important growth factor that stimulates cell growth, proliferation, and differentiation by binding to its receptor, EGFR. EGF is an active polypeptide growth factor with 53 amino acid residues. It is a powerful cell mitogen and has many important physiological functions. Learn More
Why do Animals need EGF?
EGF is beneficial to the early embryonic development of animals. It plays an vital role in the growth and development of gastrointestinal tract in newborn animals. Exogenous EGF may also contribute to the recovery of injured gastrointestinal tissue. Learn More
What can EGF bring You?
Promote intestinal development Promote the repair of intestinal epithelium injury, promote the improvement of intestinal structure and function, promote intestinal development, regulate the metabolism of intestinal epithelial cells, and enhance the adaptability of intestinal tract to intestinal environment change.
Improve the feed utilization rate Promote the secretion of intestinal digestive enzymes, to improve the capacity of intestinal transport of nutrients, to improve the utilization of feed, to promote growth, to reduce the concentration of fermentable substrates in the intestine, and to reduce the number of pathogenic microorganisms in the intestinal tract. Reduce diarrhea.
Improve the ability of disease resistance Promote the improvement of mucosal immune barrier of intestinal epithelium, to reduce the colonization of pathogenic microorganisms in the intestine, to enhance the ability of intestinal tissue to resist the invasion of pathogenic microorganisms, and to improve the ability of disease resistance. Learn More