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Voprosy pitaniia

[The experimental effect of growth stimulants on protein assimilation].


PMID 2169143

Abstract

In experiments on rats it was established that the compound CAM-300 in a dose of 2 mg/kg did not induce body mass growth, protein biological value increase or pepsinogen concentration change in the gastric mucosa. Fenobolin stimulation of growth in the experimental animals was attended by a three-fold rise in pepsinogen concentration in the gastric mucosa, the pure utilization of protein being unchanged. The action of the compound 6-(6,10-dioxyundecyl)-beta-resorcin acid gamma-lacton (International Minerals Corporation) did not change biological value and the pure utilization of protein, pepsinogen concentration in the gastric mucosa was slightly lowered. Evaluation of the pure utilization of protein is the principle test in the estimation of the compound anabolic effect.