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Table 1 Ingredient composition of the experimental diets (%, as-fed)

From: Surplus dietary isoleucine intake enhanced monounsaturated fatty acid synthesis and fat accumulation in skeletal muscle of finishing pigs

Item Treatments
Control Extra-Ile
Ingredient
 Corn 85.14 85.08
 Soybean meal (43.9% CP) 5.46 5.46
 Wheat bran 3.00 3.00
 Soybean oil 1.11 1.11
 Limestone 0.95 0.95
 Dicalcium phosphate 0.62 0.62
 Salt 0.35 0.35
L-lysine HCl a 0.55 0.55
DL-methionine a 0.17 0.17
L-threonine a 0.20 0.20
L-tryptophan a 0.06 0.06
L-isoleucine b 0.14 0.28
L-valine c 0.13 0.13
L-histidine HCl c 0.06 0.06
 Phenylalanine c 0.07 0.07
 Alanine c 0.27 0.19
 Glutamic acid c 0.55 0.55
 Glycine c 0.50 0.50
 Vitamin-mineral premixd 0.67 0.67
 Total 100.00 100.00
  1. a Provided by Dacheng Group, Changchun, China
  2. b Provided by Jiayuan Kang Company, Beijing, China
  3. c Provided by Health and Nutrition of Evonik Industries AG, Hanau, Germany
  4. d The premix provided the following per kg of diets: vitamin A 6,000 IU, vitamin D3 2,400 IU, vitamin E 20 IU, vitamin K3 2 mg, vitamin B1 0.96 mg, vitamin B2 4 mg, vitamin B6 2 mg, vitamin B12 0.012 mg, biotin 0.04 mg, folic acid 0.40 mg, pantothenic acid 11.2 mg, nicotinic acid 22 mg, choline chloride 80 mg, Cu (as copper sulfate) 120 mg, Fe (as ferrous sulfate) 76 mg, Mn (as manganese sulfate) 12 mg, Zn (as zinc sulfate) 76 mg, I (as potassium iodide) 0.24 mg, Se (as sodium selenite) 0.40 mg, phytase 100 mg