Measurement of protein turnover in normal man using the end-product method with oral [15N]glycine: comparison of single-dose and intermittent-dose regimens.

@article{Grove1995MeasurementOP,
  title={Measurement of protein turnover in normal man using the end-product method with oral [15N]glycine: comparison of single-dose and intermittent-dose regimens.},
  author={Geraldine Grove and A A Jackson},
  journal={The British journal of nutrition},
  year={1995},
  volume={74 4},
  pages={491-507}
}
The 'single-dose end-product' approach for the measurement of protein turnover is the only method suited for application to free-living individuals and for field studies. However, the method has never been widely accepted because the results obtained appear to vary from one situation to another. There is the need for a formal comparison of the different approaches that have been used and the assumptions on which they are based in order to be able to understand the extent to which the variation… CONTINUE READING