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Polyethylene glycol as marker in piglet diets with a high dry-matter content

  • M. J. Manners (a1) and D. E. Kidder (a1)

Abstract

1. Polyethylene glycol (PEG) of high molecular weight, used as a dietary marker, did not distribute uniformly in the water present in a high-casein diet as did glucose, a low-molecular-weight substance.

2. This distribution effect also occurred with the contents of the stomach and, to a smaller extent, with the contents of the first quarter of the small intestine of piglets given such a diet.

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Polyethylene glycol as marker in piglet diets with a high dry-matter content

  • M. J. Manners (a1) and D. E. Kidder (a1)

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