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Herman James Almquist grad student 1946 UC Berkeley (Chemistry Tree)
Lewis Walter Taylor grad student 1946 UC Berkeley (Animal Science Tree)
 (The metabolism of phenylalanine and tyrosine in the chick.)


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Richard E. Austic grad student 1968 UC Davis (Chemistry Tree)
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Austic RE, Hsu KN. (2015) Replacement of yolk of the chicken embryo in ovo with fresh yolk or yolk varying in granule and cholesterol content Avian Biology Research. 8: 195-209
Austic RE, Mustafa A, Jung B, et al. (2013) Potential and limitation of a new defatted diatom microalgal biomass in replacing soybean meal and corn in diets for broiler chickens. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 61: 7341-8
Lu J, Austic RE. (2009) Phenylalanine-pyruvate aminotransferase activity in chicks subjected to phenylalanine imbalance or phenylalanine toxicity Poultry Science. 88: 2375-2381
Lartey FM, Austic RE. (2009) Phenylalanine hydroxylase activity and expression in chicks subjected to phenylalanine imbalance or phenylalanine toxicity. Poultry Science. 88: 774-83
Lartey FM, Austic RE. (2008) Phenylalanine requirement, imbalance, and dietary excess in one-week-old chicks: growth and phenylalanine hydroxylase activity. Poultry Science. 87: 291-7
Keshavarz K, Austic RE. (2004) The use of low-protein, low-phosphorus, amino acid- and phytase-supplemented diets on laying hen performance and nitrogen and phosphorus excretion Poultry Science. 83: 75-83
Yuan JH, Austic RE. (2001) The effect of dietary protein level on threonine dehydrogenase activity in chickens. Poultry Science. 80: 1353-6
Yuan JH, Austic RE. (2001) Characterization of hepatic L-threonine dehydrogenase of chicken. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. Part B, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology. 130: 65-73
Keene JC, Austic RE. (2001) Dietary supplements of mixtures of indispensable amino acids lacking threonine, phenylalanine or histidine increase the activity of hepatic threonine dehydrogenase, phenylalanine hydroxylase or histidase, respectively, and prevent growth depressions in chicks caused by dietary excesses of threonine, phenylalanine, or histidine* The Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry. 12: 274-284
Labadan MC, Hsu KN, Austic RE. (2001) Lysine and arginine requirements of broiler chickens at two-to three-week intervals to eight weeks of age Poultry Science. 80: 599-606
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