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Protein and Amino Acid Requirements of Mammals focuses on the determination of the protein and amino acid requirements of various mammals, including man in particular.
The selection first offers information on some species and age differences in amino acid requirements and the methods of measuring the nutritive value of protein hydrolysates and amino acid mixtures. Discussions focus on assay methods based on protein regeneration; specificity of amino acid requirements; amino acid requirements for nitrogen equilibrium in the adult; and composition of tissue proteins and amino acid requirements for growth. The text then examines the laboratory evaluation of amino acid mixtures and protein hydrolysates and dietary proteins and synthesis of tissue proteins. Topics include role of dietary proteins in the hypertrophy of gonads, effect of dietary proteins on repletion of liver proteins, and effect of dietary proteins on the synthesis of plasma proteins. The publication examines the protein and amino acid requirements of man, including qualitative amino acid requirements of various species, growth and protein and amino acid needs, and metabolic interactions of essential and nonessential amino acids.
The selection is a dependable reference for researchers interested in the determination of the protein and amino acid requirements of mammals, including man.
Some Species and Age Differences in Amino Acid Requirements
II. An Experimental Study
III. Keratin Synthesis in Protein Nutrition
IV. Composition of Tissue Proteins and Amino Acid Requirements for Growth
V. Amino Acid Requirements for Nitrogen Equilibrium in the Adult
VI. A Theory of Protein Metabolism
VII. A Schematic Representation of Protein Metabolism
Methods of Measuring the Nutritive Value of Protein Hydrolysates and Amino Acid Mixtures. The Rat Repletion Method
II. Protein Evaluation Methods—The Older Methods
III. Assay Methods Based on Protein Regeneration
IV. Methods of Chemical Scoring
V. Specificity of Amino Acid Requirements
VI. Racemic Amino Acid Mixtures
The Laboratory Evaluation of Amino Acid Mixtures and Protein Hydrolysates
Dietary Proteins and Synthesis of Tissue Proteins
II. The Effect of Dietary Proteins on the Synthesis of Plasma Proteins
III. The Effect of Dietary Proteins on Repletion of Liver Proteins
IV. The Role of Dietary Proteins in the Hypertrophy of Gonads
The Protein and Amino Acid Requirements of Man
I. Species Differences in Protein Needs
II. Qualitative Amino Acid Requirements of Various Species
III. Quantitative Amino Acid Requirements of Rat and Man
IV. Growth and Protein and Amino Acid Needs
V. Effect of Nutritional State on N-Requirements
VI. Metabolic Interactions of Essential and Nonessential Amino Acids
VII. Influence of Calories on N-Equilibrium and Amino Acid Requirements
VIII. Influence of Vitamins on N-Metabolism
IX. Relation of Hormones, Proteins and Amino Acids
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- © Academic Press 1950
- 1st January 1950
- Academic Press
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