Uterine fluid concentrations of free amino acids from mice fed either NPD or Emb-LPD at 2.5, 3.5 or 4.5 days of pregnancy.

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J. Eckert, Judith ; Porter, Richard ; J. Watkins, Adam ; Burt, Elizabeth ; Brooks, Suzanne ; J. Leese, Henry ; G. Humpherson, Peter ; T. Cameron, Iain ; P. Fleming, Tom
  • Publisher: Figshare
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0052791.t002
  • Subject: Physiology | Chemistry | Developmental Biology | concentrations | amino | acids | mice | fed | npd | emb-lpd | days

<p>Values shown with SEM. Differences between diet treatment at individual time points represented by * = P<0.05; † = P<0.01; ‡ = P<0.001; trend ▵ = P<0.1. Differences between time points within the same diet group represented by different letter (P<0.05).</p>1<p>2.5 days NPD: n = 9 for Alanine, Glycine, non-essential and total amino acids; 3.5 days NPD and Emb-LPD: n = 9 for Taurine, non-essential and total amino acids; 4.5 days NPD and Emb-LPD: n = 10 or 6 for Taurine, non-essential and total amino acids; 4.5 days Emb-LPD: n = 14 for Alanine, Leucine, essential and branched amino acids.</p>
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