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Dietary effects on anemia plus hypoproteinemia in dogs. II. The findings with milk products, wheat, and peanut flours as compared with liver



Dietary effects on anemia plus hypoproteinemia in dogs. II. The findings with milk products, wheat, and peanut flours as compared with liver



J. exp. Med 89(3): 359-68



The effect of various proteins on the regeneration of haemoglobin and of plasma protein was studied on dogs which had been made both anaemic and proteinaemic. Samples of commercial and purified casein were equally effective both as regards Hb regeneration and plasma protein formation; they were slightly superior to liver. Lactalbumin was less effective than casein and favoured the formation of plasma protein rather then Hb.

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