By James W. Simpson, Roderick W. Else
Actual analysis and powerful long-term treatment or keep watch over of alimentary sickness within the puppy and cat are tough targets to accomplish, because of an absence of complete details at the particular stipulations affecting the alimentary tract including a scarcity of certainly sensible equipment of research. The booklet offers, in a realistic approach, the knowledge which clinicians, confronted with the day-by-day company of investigating such difficulties, will desire. The authors let the reader to method an issue from a couple of angles, arriving at prognosis after contemplating the background of a criticism and a whole actual exam, and the potential paths of additional exam. anyplace attainable, medical good points are correlated with biopsy, clinicopathological findings, and in addition with post-mortem the place this is often proper
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Phosphoproteins contain a phosphorus group such as casein in milk. • Chromoproteins contain a pigment group such as heme in hemoglobin. 1,2,4 Protein is required in the diet to provide a source of amino acids to build, repair and replace body proteins. 1 Essential and nonessential amino acids for dogs and cats Essential amino acids Nonessential amino acids Arginine Alanine Histidine Asparagine Isoleucine Leucine Aspartate Cysteine Lysine Methionine Glutamate Glutamine Phenylalanine Glycine Taurine (cats only) Tryptophan Hydroxylysine Hydrosyproline Threonine Proline Valine Serine Tyrosine Source: Reference 1.
1 Many hormones that control the homeostatic mechanisms of various body systems are composed of protein such as insulin and glucagon, both of which are involved in control of normal blood sugar levels. 1 Plasma proteins are also involved in maintenance of the acid-base balance acting as the largest source of buffers in the blood. 4 Cats also lack the ability to conserve nitrogen from the body’s general nitrogen pool. 3 All proteins in the body are in a constant state of renewal and degradation.
48–59, Marceline, MO: Walsworth Publishing. 3 Case LP (2003) The cat as an obligate carnivore. In The Cat: Its Behavior, Nutrition and Health, pp. 303–8, Ames, IA: Iowa State Press. 4 Simpson JW, Anderson RS, Markwell PJ (1993) Nutrients and the requirements of dog and cats. In CJ Price, PCG Bedford, JB Sutton (eds), Clinical Nutrition of the Dog and Cat, pp. 23–7, Cambridge, MA: Blackwell. 5 Case LP, Daristotle L, Hayek M, Raasch MF (2011) Protein and amino acids. In Canine and Feline Nutrition (3rd edn), pp.
Digestive disease in the dog and cat by James W. Simpson, Roderick W. Else