Amino Acid Imbalance-Biochemical Mechanism and Nutritional Aspects

@inproceedings{Park2006AminoAI,
  title={Amino Acid Imbalance-Biochemical Mechanism and Nutritional Aspects},
  author={Byung-Chul Park},
  year={2006}
}
Amino acid imbalances refer to the deleterious effects that occur when a second-limiting amino acid or mixture of amino acid lacking a particular limiting amino acid is supplemented in diets marginal in one or more indispensable amino acids. In spite of variation in the conditions that have been used to induce amino acid imbalances, such as protein level in the diet, the extent of difference in total nitrogen content between basal and imbalanced diets, and kinds of amino acids used as… CONTINUE READING

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