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Absorption kinetics of amino acids from amino acid mixtures of the same composition perfused into the small intestine in the free form or as enzymic milk protein hydrolysates in conscious pigs



Absorption kinetics of amino acids from amino acid mixtures of the same composition perfused into the small intestine in the free form or as enzymic milk protein hydrolysates in conscious pigs



Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 46(2): 104A



Quantitative kinetics of appearance of amino acids and oligopeptides was measured in the portal veins of 6 pigs given for 3 days duodenal perfusions of solutions containing 110 g of milk small peptides (MSP) or 110 g of free amino acids (FAA) of the same composition.

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