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Synergism of monomer and polymer protein components in the diets of experimental animals

, : Synergism of monomer and polymer protein components in the diets of experimental animals. Biotekhnologiya 4(3): 377-383

An approach to studying the anabolic effectivity of low molecular protein components in the animal diets is proposed. It is shown that the combination of low molecular (mixtures of L-amino acids) with high molecular components increases the biological value of the protein substances in the ration.

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