Bioavailability of amino acids in plant feedstuffs determined by in vitro digestion, chick growth assay, and true amino acid availability methods.

@article{Cave1988BioavailabilityOA,
  title={Bioavailability of amino acids in plant feedstuffs determined by in vitro digestion, chick growth assay, and true amino acid availability methods.},
  author={N A Cave},
  journal={Poultry science},
  year={1988},
  volume={67 1},
  pages={78-87}
}
  • N A Cave
  • Published 1988 in Poultry science
An in vitro, pepsin-pancreatin digestibility method was used to estimate the bioavailabilities of amino acids in plant feedstuffs, including two cultivars of four cereal grains and three high-protein feedstuffs. As a technique for separating hydrolytic products from substrate, trichloroacetic acid (TCA) was compared with three ultrafiltration techniques. Solutions were filtered continuously by a membrane of 500-Dalton pore size (cUF) and terminally by membranes of 500 Dalton (tUF) and 10,000… CONTINUE READING

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