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2000 article

Dietary L-carnitine improves nitrogen utilization in growing pigs fed low energy, fat-containing diets

Heo, K., Odle, J., Han, I. K., Cho, W., Seo, S., Heugten, E., & Pilkington, D. H. (2000, July). JOURNAL OF NUTRITION, Vol. 130, pp. 1809–1814.

By: K. Heo n, J. Odle n, I. Han*, W. Cho*, S. Seo*, E. Heugten n, D. Pilkington n

author keywords: pigs; carnitine; biosynthesis; nitrogen balance; body composition
MeSH headings : Adipose Tissue / metabolism; Animal Feed; Animal Nutritional Physiological Phenomena; Animals; Body Composition; Carnitine / metabolism; Carnitine / pharmacology; Dietary Fats / administration & dosage; Dietary Fats / pharmacology; Dietary Proteins / metabolism; Dietary Supplements; Energy Metabolism; Nitrogen / metabolism; Swine / growth & development; Swine / metabolism
TL;DR: It is concluded that endogenous carnitine biosynthesis may be adequate to maintain sufficient tissue levels during growth, but that supplemental dietary Carnitine may be retained sufficiently so as to alter nutrient partitioning and thus body composition of 20-kg pigs. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: August 6, 2018

1997 journal article

Developing a dry-cured ham nutritional database

Journal of Food Composition and Analysis, 10(3), 190–204.

By: H. Chen n, D. Pilkington n, J. Tharrington n & J. Allen n

Source: NC State University Libraries
Added: August 6, 2018

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