Relative bioavailability of guanidinoacetic acid delivered ruminally or abomasally to cattle.

@article{Speer2020RelativeBO,
  title={Relative bioavailability of guanidinoacetic acid delivered ruminally or abomasally to cattle.},
  author={H. Speer and K. Pearl and E. Titgemeyer},
  journal={Journal of animal science},
  year={2020}
}
This study assessed relative bioavailability of guanidinoacetic acid (GAA) in cattle. Seven ruminally cannulated Holstein steers (initial body weight of 280 kg) were used in an experiment with a 5 × 5 Latin square design; the 2 additional steers received a treatment sequence identical to 2 steers in the Latin square. Treatments were: control (no GAA, water infusion), ruminal infusion of 10 or 20 g/d GAA, and abomasal infusion of 10 or 20 g/d GAA, with all infusions delivered continuously… Expand
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