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Animal models for protein and amino acid metabolism



Animal models for protein and amino acid metabolism



Advances in Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition ( 20): 26-38



The evaluation of protein quality with animal models gives rise to many controversial discussions since Kofranyi concluded from his experiments on human volunteers than animal experiments were not suited to predict the nutritional value of proteins for man.

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