The Characteristic of Proteoglycans As Naturalize Product of Shrimp Waste Extract with Ion Sulfate
Abun and Kiki Haetami 2014

Abstract
The naturalization process of shrimp waste extract into proteoglycan with different types of binder was an attempt of making material that is expected to provide benefits to increase the productivity of livestock. This new material (proteoglycans) formed through a reaction mechanism that is highly dependent on the origin and additional components that serve as receptors (inhibitory) or activator (trigger) formation / occurrence of adhesions (chelating) molecule at the core chain. In the other wise. the naturalization process of liquid waste once an environmental management efforts or handling of waste which if left untreated can have a negative impact on the environment. This can occur due to denaturation of the protein components or molecules contained in the liquid waste and pollution as a result of the decay process. Research has been carried out in the Laboratory of Animal Nutrition Poultry, Non-Ruminant and Feed Industry, and Laboratory of Feed Chemistry Faculty of Animal Husbandry, University of Padjadjaran, Jatinangor-Sumedang. Research using experimental method in the laboratory. The experimental design used was completely randomized design (6 X 4), with six treatments on chemical and biological extract binding with 3 types of binders on chemical and 3 types binders of biological extraction of shrimp waste, which was repeated four times. Treatment effect was tested statistically by analysis of variance, and differences between treatments were tested by Duncan 's Multiple Range Test. The study was done in two stages, namely the stage of preparation (manufacture proteoglycans with the addition of three types of binders sulfate ions), and the stage of biological test. Testing products through value measurement digestibility (dry matter and protein) and hematological (number of erythrocytes, leukocytes, and hematocrit) of blood broiler. The results showed that the liquid of shrimp waste extraction (either through chemical or biological processes) can be used as a source of manufacture of proteoglycans and as a feed supplement for monogastric. The characteristic of proteoglycans product based of digestibility value with the high quality was occure both chemical and biological extract binding with potassium sulphate; the medium quality Proteoglycans product was chemical and biological processes with ammonium sulfate binder, and with sodium hidrosulphate binder. While less good quality was for chemical extract with sodium hidrosulphate binder. The number of erythrocytes, leukocytes and hematocrit of blood broilers were normaly for all types of products