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Food proteins and their physiological utilization. Comparison of animal and vegetable proteins. II. Presentation of original work comparing digestion and absorption of animal and vegetable proteins



Food proteins and their physiological utilization. Comparison of animal and vegetable proteins. II. Presentation of original work comparing digestion and absorption of animal and vegetable proteins



Alimenta 18(2): 31-41



Results of in vitro and in vivo experiments on digestion and absorption of a variety of food proteins and peptides (from milk, egg, fish, fowl, cereals, sunflower seed and potatoes) are reported with the aid of diagrams and tables.

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