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    1. Swiech, E; Buraczewska, L
      In vivo and in vitro protein and amino acid digestibility of legume seeds in pig diets

      JOURNAL OF ANIMAL AND FEED SCIENCES
    2. Moyano, FJ; Savoie, L
      Comparison of in vitro systems of protein digestion using either mammal orfish proteolytic enzymes

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY A-MOLECULAR AND INTEGRATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    3. Debon, SJJ; Tester, RF
      In vitro binding of calcium, iron and zinc by non-starch polysaccharides

      FOOD CHEMISTRY
    4. Jovani, M; Barbera, R; Farre, R; de Aguilera, EM
      Calcium, iron, and zinc uptake from digests of infant formulas by Caco-2 cells

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD CHEMISTRY
    5. Garcia-Ortega, A; Koussoulaki, A; Boer, H; Verreth, J
      In vitro protein digestibility of Artemia decapsulated cysts and nauplii, and of microbound diets for larval fish

      AQUACULTURE RESEARCH
    6. Kennefick, S; Cashman, KD
      Investigation of an in vitro model for predicting the effect of food components on calcium availability from meals

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF FOOD SCIENCES AND NUTRITION
    7. Ekmekcioglu, C; Ekmekcioglu, A; Marktl, W
      Magnesium transport from aqueous solutions across Caco-2 cells - an experimental model for intestinal bioavailability studies. Physiological considerations and recommendations

      MAGNESIUM RESEARCH
    8. Azenha, MAGO; Vasconcelos, MTSD
      Assessment of the Pb and Cu in vitro availability in wines by means of speciation procedures

      FOOD AND CHEMICAL TOXICOLOGY
    9. Arora, A
      Total and ionisable iron contents in some vegetables as influenced by cooking in iron utensil

      JOURNAL OF FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY-MYSORE
    10. Roig, MJ; Alegria, A; Barbera, R; Farre, R; Lagarda, MJ
      Calcium bioavailability in human milk, cow milk and infant formulas - comparison between dialysis and solubility methods

      FOOD CHEMISTRY
    11. Roig, MJ; Alegria, A; Barbera, R; Farre, R; Lagarda, MJ
      Calcium dialysability as an estimation of bioavailability in human milk, cow milk and infant formulas

      FOOD CHEMISTRY
    12. Carter, CG; Bransden, MP; van Barneveld, RJ; Clarke, SM
      Alternative methods for nutrition research on the southern bluefin tuna, Thunnus maccoyii: in vitro digestibility

      AQUACULTURE
    13. Ekmekcioglu, C; Pomazal, K; Steffan, I; Schweiger, B; Marktl, W
      Calcium transport from mineral waters across Caco-2 cells

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD CHEMISTRY
    14. Moughan, PJ
      In vitro techniques for the assessment of the nutritive value of feed grains for pigs: a review

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
    15. Lazo, JP; Romaire, RP; Reigh, RC
      Evaluation of three in vitro enzyme assays for estimating protein digestibility in the Pacific white shrimp Penaeus vannamei

      JOURNAL OF THE WORLD AQUACULTURE SOCIETY
    16. MARRERO AI; DIHIGO LE; SAVON L; MACHIN L; ORTA M
      THE UTILIZATION OF THE FECAL CONTENT OF PIGS TO DETERMINE IN-VITRO DIGESTION OF FIBER DIETS FOR BROILERS

      Cuban journal of agricultural science
    17. Garcia, R; Alegria, A; Barbera, R; Farre, R; Lagarda, MJ
      Dialyzability of iron, zinc, and copper of different types of infant formulas marketed in Spain

      BIOLOGICAL TRACE ELEMENT RESEARCH
    18. MARTINEZ C; ROS G; PERIAGO MJ; ORTUNO J; LOPEZ G; RINCON F
      IN-VITRO PROTEIN DIGESTIBILITY AND MINERAL AVAILABILITY OF GREEN BEANS (PHASEOLUS-VULGARIS L) AS INFLUENCED BY VARIETY AND POD SIZE

      Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture
    19. RIMBACH G; WALTER A; MOST E; PALLAUF J
      EFFECT OF SUPPLEMENTARY MICROBIAL PHYTASE TO A MAIZE-SOYA DIET ON THEAVAILABILITY OF CALCIUM, PHOSPHORUS, MAGNESIUM AND ZINC - IN-VITRO DIALYZABILITY IN COMPARISON WITH APPARENT ABSORPTION IN GROWING RATS

      Journal of animal physiology and animal nutrition
    20. LIU JZ; LEDOUX DR; VEUM TL
      IN-VITRO PROCEDURE FOR PREDICTING THE ENZYMATIC DEPHOSPHORYLATION OF PHYTATE IN CORN-SOYBEAN MEAL DIETS FOR GROWING SWINE

      Journal of agricultural and food chemistry
    21. VANDYCK K; TAS S; ROBBERECHT H; DEELSTRA H
      THE INFLUENCE OF DIFFERENT FOOD COMPONENTS ON THE IN-VITRO AVAILABILITY OF IRON, ZINC AND CALCIUM FROM A COMPOSED MEAL

      International journal of food sciences and nutrition
    22. SHEN LH; VANDAEL P; LUTEN J; DEELSTRA H
      ESTIMATION OF SELENIUM BIOAVAILABILITY FROM HUMAN, COWS, GOAT AND SHEEP MILK BY AN IN-VITRO METHOD

      International journal of food sciences and nutrition
    23. LAMBERT A; WEETMAN AP; MCLOUGHLIN J; WARDLE C; SUNDERLAND J; WHEATCROFT N; ANOBILE C; ROBERTSON WR
      A SEARCH FOR IMMUNOGLOBULINS INHIBITING GONADAL CELL STEROIDOGENESIS IN PREMATURE OVARIAN FAILURE

      Human reproduction
    24. AGTE VV; GOKHALE MK; PAKNIKAR KM; CHIPLONKAR SA
      ASSESSMENT OF PEARL-MILLET VS RICE-BASED DIETS FOR BIOAVAILABILITY OF4 TRACE-METALS

      Plant foods for human nutrition
    25. LINDNER P; ESHEL A; KOLKOVSKI S; TANDLER A; HARPAZ S
      PROTEOLYSIS BY JUVENILE SEA BASS (DICENTRARCHUS-LABRAX) GASTROINTESTINAL ENZYMES AS A METHOD FOR THE EVALUATION OF FEED PROTEINS

      Fish physiology and biochemistry
    26. BOISEN S; FERNANDEZ JA
      PREDICTION OF THE APPARENT ILEAL DIGESTIBILITY OF PROTEIN AND AMINO-ACIDS IN FEEDSTUFFS AND FEED MIXTURES FOR PIGS BY IN-VITRO ANALYSES

      Animal feed science and technology
    27. BARELLI AMA; VISENTAINER JV; MATSUSHITA M; DESOUZA NE
      IN-VITRO ESTIMATION OF RELATIVE IRON AVAILABILITY IN BRAZILIAN MEALS PROCESSED IN GLASS AND IRON UTENSILS

      Arquivos de biologia e tecnologia
    28. TACON AGJ
      APPLICATION OF NUTRIENT REQUIREMENT DATA UNDER PRACTICAL CONDITIONS -SPECIAL PROBLEMS OF INTENSIVE AND SEMI-INTENSIVE FISH FARMING SYSTEMS

      Journal of applied ichthyology
    29. SHEN LH; ROBBERECHT H; VANDAEL P; DEELSTRA H
      ESTIMATION OF THE BIOAVAILABILITY OF ZINC AND CALCIUM FROM HUMAN, COWS, GOAT, AND SHEEP MILK BY AN IN-VITRO METHOD

      Biological trace element research
    30. KAPANIDIS AN; LEE TC
      HEATING CRUCIFEROUS VEGETABLES INCREASES IN-VITRO DIALYZABILITY OF INTRINSIC AND EXTRINSIC IRON

      Journal of food science
    31. ZYLA K; LEDOUX DR; GARCIA A; VEUM TL
      AN IN-VITRO PROCEDURE FOR STUDYING ENZYMATIC DEPHOSPHORYLATION OF PHYTATE IN MAIZE-SOYBEAN FEEDS FOR TURKEY POULTS

      British Journal of Nutrition
    32. SHEN LH; LUTEN J; ROBBERECHT H; BINDELS J; DEELSTRA H
      MODIFICATION OF AN IN-VITRO METHOD FOR ESTIMATING THE BIOAVAILABILITYOF ZINC AND CALCIUM FROM FOODS

      Zeitschrift fur Lebensmittel-Untersuchung und -Forschung
    33. SAVOIE L
      DIGESTION AND ABSORPTION OF FOOD - USEFULNESS AND LIMITATIONS OF IN-VITRO MODELS

      Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology
    34. YANG YY; DENG HC
      INFLUENCE OF CARBAMAZEPINE ON LI-VOLUNTEERS - AN INVITRO METHOD( RATIO IN HEALTHY)

      Clinical neuropharmacology
    35. WOOD AM; LAMBERT A; HIGHAM V; HILTON B; MITCHELL GG; HOOPER MAK; ROBERTSON WR
      INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH FACTOR-I STIMULATED GROWTH AND PROGESTERONE PRODUCTION BY GRANULOSA LUTEIN CELLS - LACK OF INTERACTION WITH PHYSIOLOGICAL CONCENTRATIONS OF LUTEINIZING-HORMONE AND FOLLICLE-STIMULATING-HORMONE

      Human reproduction
    36. NORDOY ES; SORMO W; BLIX AS
      IN-VITRO DIGESTIBILITY OF DIFFERENT PREY SPECIES OF MINKE WHALES (BALAENOPTERA-ACUTOROSTRATA)

      British Journal of Nutrition
    37. WOLTERS MGE; SCHREUDER HAW; VANDENHEUVEL G; VANLONKHUIJSEN HJ; HERMUS RJJ; VORAGEN AGJ
      A CONTINUOUS INVITRO METHOD FOR ESTIMATION OF THE BIOAVAILABILITY OF MINERALS AND TRACE-ELEMENTS IN FOODS - APPLICATION TO BREADS VARYING IN PHYTIC ACID CONTENT

      British Journal of Nutrition


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