The Plasma Aminogram. I. Influence of the Level of Protein Intake and a Comparison of Whole Protein and Amino Acid Diets

@article{Snyderman1968ThePA,
  title={The Plasma Aminogram. I. Influence of the Level of Protein Intake and a Comparison of Whole Protein and Amino Acid Diets},
  author={Selma E. Snyderman and Lee Holt and Patricia M. Norton and Ellen Roitman and Sadashiv V. Phansalkar},
  journal={Pediatric Research},
  year={1968},
  volume={2},
  pages={131-144}
}
Extract: The changes in plasma aminogram produced by variations in level of protein intake provided either as whole protein or a mixture of amino acids were studied. Controls were 29 normal infants, one to three months of age, fed a standard evaporated milk formula providing 3 to 3.5 g/kg/day of protein (fig. 1 and table II). Results obtained with the lowest protein intake (1.1 g/kg/day) are illustrated in figure 2 and presented in table III. Alterations in the plasma aminogram are noted as… CONTINUE READING

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