In vivo nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy of chicken embryos from two broiler strains of varying fat content.

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In vivo nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) imaging and spectroscopy techniques were used to monitor changes in P- and H-containing molecules in embryos of two broiler strains (30 and 31) differing genetically in fat content and ranging in age from 0 to 20 days of incubation. Chemical analysis showed that Strain 30 has more carcass fat than Strain 31 at market… (More)

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@article{Lirette1993InVN, title={In vivo nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy of chicken embryos from two broiler strains of varying fat content.}, author={A Lirette and Rheal A. Towner and Zhizhong Liu and Erik Janz{\'e}n and J. R. Chambers and R. Wayne Fairfull and Lorraine Milligan and D C Crober}, journal={Poultry science}, year={1993}, volume={72 8}, pages={1411-20} }