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Digestibility of amino acids: advantages of the ileo-rectal shunt technique in pigs



Digestibility of amino acids: advantages of the ileo-rectal shunt technique in pigs



16emes Journees de la Recherche Porcine en France: 355-360



The surgical procedure described in this paper (as used by Fuller, M.F. and Livingstone, R.M (1983) (in press)) was used to collect digesta from the distal small intestine of pigs, without cannulation. The terminal ileum was cut and attached to the side of the descending colon near the rectum. Ileal juices were obtained from the anus. Pigs of 20 kg body weight recovered well from the operation and could be used for several months.

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