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Response of nitrogen metabolism, plasma amino acids and insulin levels to various levels of methionine infusion in sheep



Response of nitrogen metabolism, plasma amino acids and insulin levels to various levels of methionine infusion in sheep



Journal of Nutrition 104(12): 1646-1656



Twelve wethers of bodyweight about 57.5 kg had each a rumen cannula and a catheter into both jugular veins. Volatile fatty acids were infused into the rumen and glucose, vitamins and amino acids into the vein. Methionine and glycine were varied to provide isonitrogenous amino acid infusions in doses from no methionine to 6.00 g/day. Urinary N, plasma urea N, urinary urea N and N balance changed curvilineally with increased methionine infusions.

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