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Studies on the physiological availability of polished rice protein. 3. On the threonine and lysine containing urinary pep-tides


Studies on the physiological availability of polished rice protein. 3. On the threonine and lysine containing urinary pep-tides



Tohoku J. Agric. Res 14: 45-50



For part 2 see Abst. 4039, Vol. 32.3. Seven of the peptides isolated from the urine of rats given a diet containing 10% polished rice protein were found to contain threonine, in amounts from 1.3 to 3.9% of intake. Four of the seven contained lysine from 0.8 to 1.6% of intake. Alanine was the N-terminal amino acid in each of the peptides.

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