The Metabolism of Amino Acids and Casein Digest in Phlorhizinized Dogs

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When solutions of sugar-forming amino acids are given parenterally or orally to phlorhizinized dogs, extra sugar and nitrogen are excreted in the urine. The route of administration does not influence the way in which the amino acids are metabolized. 89 percent of the expected sugar was recovered when the acids were fed and 81 per cent when the acids were… (More)

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@article{Hawkins1947TheMO, title={The Metabolism of Amino Acids and Casein Digest in Phlorhizinized Dogs}, author={W. B. Hawkins and Frank W. McKee and G. M. B. Hawley and A. J. Kummer}, journal={The Journal of Experimental Medicine}, year={1947}, volume={85}, pages={479 - 489} }