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Trypsin inhibition and protein digestibility of raw and detoxified guar meal cyamopsis tetragonoloba



Trypsin inhibition and protein digestibility of raw and detoxified guar meal cyamopsis tetragonoloba



Indian Journal of Animal Research 19(1): 45-47



The trypsin-inhibitor activity was lowest in both acid-treated and protein isolate of roasted guar meal and highest in the raw guar meal. In vitro protein digestibility of acid-treated and protein-isolate of raw guar meal was highest followed by acid-treated and protein isolates of roasted guar meal as compared to raw or roasted guar meal. However, lower levels of trypsin inhibitor activity improved the in-vivo protein digestibility in protein isolate and acid-treated of roasted guar-meal as well as roasted guar meal. Raw guar meal and its protein isolates were lethal in in vivo system.

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