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Effect of different dietary levels of protein, lysine, methionine and threonine on immune function in early weaned piglets


Effect of different dietary levels of protein, lysine, methionine and threonine on immune function in early weaned piglets



Chinese Journal of Animal Science 37(4): 18-20



Two experiments were conducted to study the effect of two protein levels and three lysine levels and two methionine levels and three threonine levels on the immune function of piglets. The early-weaned piglets at the ages of 25+or-3 d and 26+or-1 d and body weight of 6.78+or-0.08 kg and 6.68+or-0.04 kg were fed with a simple type diet.

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