The standardized ileal digestible isoleucine-to-lysine requirement ratio may be lower than 50% in 11 to 23 kg piglets

@inproceedings{Barea2009TheSI,
  title={The standardized ileal digestible isoleucine-to-lysine requirement ratio may be lower than 50% in 11 to 23 kg piglets},
  author={R. Barea and Ludovic Brossard and N. Le Floc’h and Y. Primot and J. van Milgen},
  year={2009}
}
  • R. Barea, Ludovic Brossard, +2 authors J. van Milgen
  • Published 2009
Most studies concerning the Ile requirement in pigs have been carried out using blood products as a protein source, which have a relatively low Ile content relative to the other branched-chain AA (BCAA). There are indications that an excess supply of 1 BCAA can affect the utilization of the other BCAA. Little information is available concerning the Ile requirement in pigs when the supply of the other BCAA is moderate (e.g., in cereal and soybean meal based diets). The objective of the present… CONTINUE READING

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