Transport and hindlimb exchange of peptide and serum protein amino acids in calves fed soy- or urea-based purified diets.

@article{Danilson1987TransportAH,
  title={Transport and hindlimb exchange of peptide and serum protein amino acids in calves fed soy- or urea-based purified diets.},
  author={Dean Alan Danilson and Kenneth E. Webb and Joseph H Herbein},
  journal={Journal of animal science},
  year={1987},
  volume={64 6},
  pages={
          1852-7
        }
}
Holstein steer calves (130 kg) were used to monitor venoarterial concentration differences of plasma peptide and serum protein amino acids across the hindlimbs. Calves were fed purified diets containing soy protein or urea as the sole source of dietary N. Twenty-four hourly feedings per day were imposed to promote "steady-state" metabolism. Negative venoarterial differences of glutamic acid (P less than .10), valine (P less than .10), lysine (P less than .05) and histidine (P less than .01… CONTINUE READING

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