Exogenous and endogenous contributions to nitrogen fluxes in the digestive tract of pigs fed a casein diet .

@inproceedings{DarcyVrillon2007ExogenousAE,
  title={Exogenous and endogenous contributions to nitrogen fluxes in the digestive tract of pigs fed a casein diet .},
  author={Darcy-Vrillon and WB and Souffrant and Jp and Laplace A R{\'e}rat and Corring P Vaugelade and Gebhardt and Koehler and Bernard R Calmes and Jung and Mt and Morel},
  year={2007}
}
  • Darcy-Vrillon, WB, +9 authors Morel
  • Published 2007
horbar; The present work aimed at quantifying nitrogen (N) and amino acid (AA) fluxes in the digestive tract of growing pigs fed a casein diet. In this paper we report on digesta passage at the terminal ileum, on apparent balances at the ileal and faecal levels, and on nutrients appearance in the portal vein. Digesta flow-rate at the terminal ileum was maximum between 6 and 12 h after the 

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