Estimation of relative bioavailability of nutrients using SAS procedures.

@article{Littell1997EstimationOR,
  title={Estimation of relative bioavailability of nutrients using SAS procedures.},
  author={Ramon C. Littell and P. R. Henry and Antonia J Lewis and Curtt Ammerman},
  journal={Journal of animal science},
  year={1997},
  volume={75 10},
  pages={2672-83}
}
The General Linear Models procedure (PROC GLM) in SAS/STAT software can be programmed to perform the standard statistical analyses used for relative bioavailability studies. The first steps are validity checks to test for statistical validity (linearity), fundamental validity (intersection of regression lines at 0 supplemental level), and equality of the basal diet mean to the point of intersection. The CLASS variable capabilities of PROC GLM can be exploited to expedite these tests. After the… CONTINUE READING
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