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Table 1 Composition and nutrient levels of the diets (%, as-fed basis unless otherwise stated)

From: Comparison of the protective effects of resveratrol and pterostilbene against intestinal damage and redox imbalance in weanling piglets

Items Contents
Maize 62.78
Soybean meal 15.00
Fermented soybean meal 7.00
Extruded soybean 7.00
Soy protein isolate 1.30
Soyabean oil 2.00
CaHPO4 1.80
Limestone 0.80
Salt 0.35
L-lysine-HCl, 78% 0.52
L-methionine 0.13
L-threonine 0.15
L-isoleucine 0.10
L-tryptophan 0.01
L-histidine 0.01
Calcium propionate, 50% 0.05
Premixa 1.00
Total 100.00
Nutrient levelsb
 Digestible energy, Mcal/kg 3.47
 Metabolizable energy, Mcal/kg 3.30
 Crude protein 20.36
 Total lysine 1.51
 Total methionine 0.46
 Total methionine + cystine 0.86
 Total threonine 0.94
 Total tryptophan 0.40
 Total histidine 0.77
 Total isoleucine 0.79
 Total valine 1.20
 Total calcium 0.82
 Total phosphorus 0.65
  1. aProvide the following per kg complete diet: Vitamin A, 8,000 IU; Vitamin D3, 3,000 IU; Vitamin E, 20 IU; Vitamin K3, 3 mg; Vitamin B1, 2 mg; Vitamin B2, 5 mg; Vitamin B6, 7 mg; Vitamin B12, 0.02 mg; Niacin, 30 mg; Pantothenic acid, 15 mg; Folic acid, 0.3 mg; Biotin, 0.08 mg; Choline chloride, 500 mg; Fe (from ferrous sulfate), 110 mg; Cu (from copper sulfate), 7 mg; Mn (from manganese sulfate), 5 mg; Zn (from zinc sulfate), 110 mg; I (from calcium iodate), 0.3 mg; Se (from sodium selenite), 0.3 mg
  2. bAll nutrient levels were analyzed values, except digestible energy and metabolizable energy