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Keywords: Leucine
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Ann Nutr Metab (1993) 37 (2): 53–61.
Published Online: 20 November 2008
... 70 wt% and vitamin-mineral premix 5 wt%) or the following dietary nutrients for 72 h: casein, lard, starch, glycerol, stearic acid, leucine or glutamic acid. The animals were then killed and plasma corticosteroid concentrations (PCC) were determined. PCC were significantly reduced (p < 0.05...
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Ann Nutr Metab (1995) 39 (6): 346–354.
Published Online: 20 November 2008
...M. Holeček; F. Skopec; L. Šprongl This paper evaluates the role of decreased food intake in protein metabolism in cirrhotic animals by comparing the changes with those observed in pair-fed controls. Rats were injected with [ 14 C]leucine and then divided into 3 groups. Liver cirrhosis was induced...
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Ann Nutr Metab (1984) 28 (5): 268–280.
Published Online: 18 November 2008
... consumption by the fetus decreased substantially with a concomitant increase in urea production. Consumption of both glucose and oxygen by the uteroplacenta remained unchanged during fasting. Leucine is one of several amino acids which is metabolized to a significant extent within the uteroplacenta...
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Nutrition and Metabolism (1975) 18 (5-6): 318–325.
Published Online: 13 November 2008
...Bapu Rao; T.C. Raghuram; Kamala Krishnaswamy Administration of leucine at 3 % level in the diet has been shown to increase tryptophan oxygenase activity and to decrease kynureninase activity in the liver and to increase quinolinic acid excretion in the urine of rats fed low amounts of vitamin B 6...