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The utilization of the amino acids in intact proteins by the growing chick, with special reference to the effect of heating upon amino acid utilization, as measured by amino acid supplementation, biological assay of amino acids and free-amino acid patterns of blood plasma



The utilization of the amino acids in intact proteins by the growing chick, with special reference to the effect of heating upon amino acid utilization, as measured by amino acid supplementation, biological assay of amino acids and free-amino acid patterns of blood plasma



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