Isonitrogenous solutions please help how

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Isonitrogenous solutions please help how

Postby NOR » Thu Sep 28, 2006 10:32 am

Hi all,
How can i make two meals isonitrogenous
Meal 1 and meal 2 are the same, but lets say i added the amino acid methionine at 5 %to the meal 1, thus this meal will have more amino acids thus nitrogen than meal 2. So i want to make them isonitrogenous (equal nitrogen) by adding some other amino acid (i dont want to use methionine) such as lysine. How do i proceed to do this?
Please help me, I ve been spending a lot of time thingking about this
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