Maximal portion of the young pig's sulfur amino acid requirement that can be furnished by cystine.

@article{Chung1992MaximalPO,
  title={Maximal portion of the young pig's sulfur amino acid requirement that can be furnished by cystine.},
  author={Tony Kwok-Hung Chung and David H. Baker},
  journal={Journal of animal science},
  year={1992},
  volume={70 4},
  pages={1182-7}
}
Three pig experiments were conducted using a chemically defined, amino acid diet under conditions in which all nutrients were 100% bioavailable to assess the maximal portion of the sulfur amino acid (SAA) requirement that could be furnished by cystine (Cys). In Exp. 1, a methionine (Met)-deficient diet containing .12% L-Met and .40% L-Cys was supplemented with graded levels of L-Met. Pigs weighing 10 kg initially responded quadratically (P less than .05) to Met supplementation. A two-slope… CONTINUE READING
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