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Rats were stressed in a black, enclosed, motor-driven drum by being rotated at random intervals during half of a forty-eight hour period. They were stressed for two out of every six days for six weeks, while receiving a casein diet.
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Maine Agricultural Experiment Station
stress metabolism, dietary proteins, lipids
Molecular, Genetic, and Biochemical Nutrition
Radke, F.H., H. DeHaas, and S.C. Jacobs. 1965. The effect of stress on the formation of tissue lipid from dietary protein. Maine Agricultural Experiment Station Technical Bulletin 16.