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Effect of cortisol on growth, food intake, dietary preference and plasma amino acid pattern of rats fed amino acid imbalanced diets



Effect of cortisol on growth, food intake, dietary preference and plasma amino acid pattern of rats fed amino acid imbalanced diets



J. Nutrition. 96: 139-151



A threonine-imbalanced diet was made by adding 5.4% of a mixture of indispensible amino acids lacking threonine to a control diet containing 6% casein and 0.3% DL-methionine. A "corrected" diet was made by adding 0.45% DL-threonine to the imbalanced diet. The histidine-imbalanced diet was made by adding 3.6 or 5.4% of a mixture of indispensible amino acids lacking histidine to a control diet containing 5% casein, 0 3% L-methionine and 0.2% L-threonine.

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