Amino acids in swine nutrition Technical Articles

Article published the June 16, 2017:
Introduction Feed represents between 60 and 70 % of the total cost of pork production in modern capital-intensive systems. Within feed, energy alone may represent 50 % or more of the total cost [1]. Carbon-con...
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John Patience
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Article published the May 4, 2017:
Unfortunately,  the roles of amino acid (AA) in nutrition and metabolism have long been neglected, until the conclusion that the AA glutamine is important for intestinal mucosal integrity and AA arginine i...
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Dipankar PaulDr. Sanjib BorahKulajit Kalita
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Article published the March 3, 2017:
  Background Extremely high price of fish meal and whey protein concentrate increases overall cost of pork production. Because of advances in biotechnology, the use of supplemental amino acids in animal ...
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Alexandra WeaverDr. Vivek FellnerRobert L. PayneSung Woo Kim
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Article published the February 6, 2017:
Introduction Fiber is a usual component in the pig diet and when included within reasonable levels, it promotes normal gastrointestinal tract function (Wenk, 2001). On the other hand, the negative effect of ...
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Oluyinka Olukosi
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Article published the November 2, 2015:
Introduction.   Over the 20 last years, the increase in sow’s prolificacy has been associated with a decrease in average birth weight and an increase in within-litter variation of individual birt...
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Nathalie Quiniou
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Article published the July 26, 2013:
Amino acids (AA) are the organic compounds made from amine (-NH2) and carboxylic acid (-COOH) functional groups, along with a side-chain specific to each amino acid. The ...
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Dr. Sanjib Borah
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Article published the November 30, 2012:
Introduction Infection is known to reduce the productive performance of animals. Pathogen-induce immune activation causes fever and reduces protein synthesis rates in skeletal muscle among other symptoms. In t...
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Article published the November 30, 2012:
Introduction Heat treatment of soybean meal (SBM) causes amino acid (AA) damage, particularly to lysine. Further, birds and pigs cannot use heat-damaged AA for growth. Lysine is the first- and second- limiting...
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Jeffery Escobar
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Article published the November 30, 2012:
Introduction The non-starch polysaccharide content of corn-derived distiller dried gains with soluble (DDGS) is 3-4 times higher compared to corn. Some of the anti-nutritional effects of its high fiber content...
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Jeffery Escobar
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Article published the April 26, 2007:
The word protein is derived from the Greek proteios, meaning primary or foremost. This is fitting in that proteins, being the molecular instruments through which genetic information is expressed (one gene – one...
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