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Glutamine is normally an abundant amino acid in the body. It has many important metabolic roles, which may protect or promote tissue integrity and enhance the immune system. Low plasma and tissue levels of glutamine in the critically ill suggest that demand may exceed endogenous supply. A...
The effect of ω-3 fat emulsion on nitrogen retention and kinetics in relation to fatty acid profile were investigated in burned rats receiving total parenteral nutrition (TPN). A fat emulsion of a structured symmetrical triacylglycerol containing only eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and...
Dietary supplementation with arginine was previously found to enhance cardiac allograft survival in rats when given with a donor-specific transfusion and a short low-dose course of cyclosporine. This study was performed to determine further the role of amino acid supplementation in prolonging...
Degenerative changes in the neuromuscular system have been found in animals and humans with vitamin E (E) deficiency. This morphologic study examined the effect of dietary E on the regeneration of peripheral nerves in male Sprague-Dawley rats. After feeding an E-sufficient diet ( dl...
Effects of chronic intraluminal amylase inhibition on eating and the digestive system are unclear. In growing rats, we determined the effect of ingesting a wheat amylase inhibitor (AI) on eating, weight, small intestinal mucosal growth, and disaccharidases. Three groups of 12 rats received AI,...
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