Increased plasma inositol in response to high levels of phytase supplementation is more related to increased dietary phytate phospohrus rather than total phosphorus utilization

OA Olukosi, AJ Cowieson, F Fru-Nji

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Original languageEnglish
Pages84
Number of pages1
Publication statusFirst published - Jul 2014
EventPoultry Science Association Meeting - Corpus Christi, United States
Duration: 1 Jul 2014 → …

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ConferencePoultry Science Association Meeting
CountryUnited States
CityCorpus Christi
Period1/07/14 → …

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2072989

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Olukosi, OA., Cowieson, AJ., & Fru-Nji, F. (2014). Increased plasma inositol in response to high levels of phytase supplementation is more related to increased dietary phytate phospohrus rather than total phosphorus utilization. 84. Abstract from Poultry Science Association Meeting, Corpus Christi, United States.
Olukosi, OA ; Cowieson, AJ ; Fru-Nji, F. / Increased plasma inositol in response to high levels of phytase supplementation is more related to increased dietary phytate phospohrus rather than total phosphorus utilization. Abstract from Poultry Science Association Meeting, Corpus Christi, United States.1 p.
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Olukosi, OA, Cowieson, AJ & Fru-Nji, F 2014, 'Increased plasma inositol in response to high levels of phytase supplementation is more related to increased dietary phytate phospohrus rather than total phosphorus utilization' Poultry Science Association Meeting, Corpus Christi, United States, 1/07/14, pp. 84.

Increased plasma inositol in response to high levels of phytase supplementation is more related to increased dietary phytate phospohrus rather than total phosphorus utilization. / Olukosi, OA; Cowieson, AJ; Fru-Nji, F.

2014. 84 Abstract from Poultry Science Association Meeting, Corpus Christi, United States.

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Olukosi OA, Cowieson AJ, Fru-Nji F. Increased plasma inositol in response to high levels of phytase supplementation is more related to increased dietary phytate phospohrus rather than total phosphorus utilization. 2014. Abstract from Poultry Science Association Meeting, Corpus Christi, United States.