Relation between in vitro and in vivo assessment of amino acid availability.

@article{Galibois1989RelationBI,
  title={Relation between in vitro and in vivo assessment of amino acid availability.},
  author={I. Galibois and L. Savoie and C. Sim{\~o}es Nunes and A. R{\'e}rat},
  journal={Reproduction, nutrition, development},
  year={1989},
  volume={29 4},
  pages={
          495-507
        }
}
Even though the availability of dietary amino acids is the result of integrated phenomena of digestion, absorption and transport, it may be mainly affected by the stage of luminal digestion. In this case, amino acid availability could be predicted by an in vitro method designed to reproduce in vivo proteolysis conditions. In order to check this hypothesis, the essential amino acid (EAA) profiles of digesta collected at 8 intervals during a 24-h in vitro enzymatic proteolysis of casein and… Expand
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