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Absorption studies on germfree chickens. 1. Amino acid absorption

, : Absorption studies on germfree chickens. 1. Amino acid absorption. Zentralblatt fur Veterinarmedizin 19A(7): 563-568

1. In 3 series of experiments on 21 germfree and 22 conventionally-reared chickens, studies were made to find whether keeping the birds germfree had an effect on active intestinal transport of amino acids. The studies were made by means of everted small intestine sacs; L-leucine labelled with 14C was used as a transport substrate.


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