Protein and energy relations in the broiler chicken. 8. Comparison involving protein- and lysine-adequate and inadequate diets on lipid metabolism.

@article{Rosebrough1990ProteinAE,
  title={Protein and energy relations in the broiler chicken. 8. Comparison involving protein- and lysine-adequate and inadequate diets on lipid metabolism.},
  author={Robert W. Rosebrough and Ashaki Mitchell and M F Von Vleck and Norman C Steele},
  journal={The British journal of nutrition},
  year={1990},
  volume={64 2},
  pages={515-23}
}
Chickens were fed on diets containing either 12.8 MJ, 150 g crude protein (nitrogen x 6.25)/kg or 12.8 MJ, 200 g crude protein/kg to determine differences in metabolism. The diet containing 12.8 MJ, 150 g crude protein/kg contained either 8 or 12 g lysine/kg. Treatment variables examined in vitro were lipogenesis, glucose production and hepatic enzyme activities to compare metabolism in chicks fed on a low-protein, lysine-supplemented diet and a diet formulated to contain the required amount of… CONTINUE READING

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