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Comparative effect of intravenously administered nitrogenous compounds on uric acid synthesis in chickens fed a 20% protein diet



Comparative effect of intravenously administered nitrogenous compounds on uric acid synthesis in chickens fed a 20% protein diet



Journal of Nutrition 103(8): 1208-1211



Inosine, glutamine, asparagine, ammonium acetate, glycine, lysine, glutamic acid and threonine were infused into the portal vein of chickens given a 20% protein diet. All except threonone significantly increased plasma uric acid concentration. Inosine increased plasma uric acid the most, followed by glutamine, asparagine and ammonium acetate; glycine was less effective, but still more so than glutamic acid and lysine.

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DOI: 10.1093/jn/103.8.1208



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