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Table 1 Ingredients and nutrient composition of the basal diet

From: Alginate oligosaccharide-induced intestinal morphology, barrier function and epithelium apoptosis modifications have beneficial effects on the growth performance of weaned pigs

Ingredient Content, % Nutrient compositionc Content, %
Corn (7.8% crude protein) 28.80 Digestible energy, MJ/kg 14.85
Extruded corn (7.8% crude protein) 26.00 Crude protein 19.35
Soybean meal (44.2% crude protein) 11.00 Calcium 0.83
Extruded soybean 10.00 Total phosphorus 0.60
Whey powder (low protein) 7.00 Available phosphorus 0.43
Soybean protein concentrate 5.00 Lysine 1.37
Fish meal (62.5% crude protein) 4.00 Methionine 0.49
Sucrose 4.00 Methionine + Cysteine 0.76
Soybean oil 1.50 Threonine 0.81
Limestone 0.75 Tryptophan 0.22
Dicalcium phosphate 0.60   
L-Lysine-HCl (78%) 0.40   
NaCl 0.30   
DL-Methionine 0.18   
L-Threonine (98.5%) 0.10   
Chloride choline 0.10   
Tryptophan (98%) 0.02   
Vitamin premixa 0.05   
Mineral premixb 0.20   
Total 100   
  1. aThe vitamin premix provided the following per kg of diets: 6,000 IU vitamin (V) A, 3,000 IU VD3, 24 mg VE, 3 mg VK3, 1.5 mg VB1, 6 mg VB2, 3 mg VB6, 0.02 mg VB12, 14 mg niacin, 15 mg pantothenic acid, 1.2 mg folic acid and 0.15 mg biotin
  2. bThe mineral premix provided the following per kg of diets: 100 mg Fe, 6 mg Cu, 100 mg Zn, 4 mg Mn, 0.30 mg I and 0.35 mg Se
  3. cValues are calculated composition