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Each group consisting of 10 pigs was fed a purified basal diet according to the NRC requirements, but supplemented with SPE and graded amounts of vitamins A and E for each dose of SPE. Pigs were observed daily for pathological signs of nutritional deficiency, toxicity and/or morbidity. Blood was collected from the cranial vena cava after an overnight fast, and separated serum was stored at -20°C for various blood chemistry assays (Tables 2a-e). In general, no significant differences were observed in the daily amount of ingested SPE by pigs whose diets were enriched with vitamins A and E versus groups supplemented with SPE alone.
A Textbook of Inorganic Chemistry by Friend J.N. (ed.)