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Studies on optimal protein intake of artificially-fed infants. I. N metabolism of infants fed on low-protein dried milk

, : Studies on optimal protein intake of artificially-fed infants. I. N metabolism of infants fed on low-protein dried milk. Acta paediat. jap. (Domestic edn). 69: 5, 416-25

When 5 healthy infants of 1-4 months were fed ad lib. with dried milk formulae, in which 8.9-9.9% of the calories were derived from protein, the average protein intake was 2.4-3.1 g./kg. body weight/day.


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