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Acetylurea and acetamide or mixtures of them with urea as NPN sources in vitro. 5. Testing 14C-labelled urea, acetylurea and acetamide for identification of protein synthesis by incorporation of the 14C into microbial proteins


, : Acetylurea and acetamide or mixtures of them with urea as NPN sources in vitro. 5. Testing 14C-labelled urea, acetylurea and acetamide for identification of protein synthesis by incorporation of the 14C into microbial proteins. Archiv fur Tierernahrung 23(8): 673-683

5. Rumen fluid was taken from a sheep adapted for 30 days to a diet containing acetamide, but the acetamide was omitted for 24 h before sampling. Incorporation into protein of label from Na235SO4 in the artificial rumen was accelerated by urea or acetamide added in vitro but not by acetylurea.

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