Designing trials to test the bioequivalence of diets for animal performance.

Abstract

It is usually the desire of the researcher to demonstrate a difference in the comparisons made. This is certainly the case when an improved product is desired. However, in establishing the bioequivalence of a test product to a standard, the objective is usually to conclude, with reasonable justification, that no difference has been detected. In making such… (More)

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@article{McMillan2004DesigningTT, title={Designing trials to test the bioequivalence of diets for animal performance.}, author={Ian McMillan}, journal={Journal of animal science}, year={2004}, volume={82 E-Suppl}, pages={E223-228} }