Protein analysis corn, wheat, oats
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Wheat protein
http://www.fda.gov/ucm/groups/fdagov-public/@fdagov-foods-gen/documents/document/ucm258380.pdf.
Corn protein
Table 10 in http://www.fao.org/docrep/t0395e/t0395e03.htm
Oat protein
http://www.aaccnet.org/publications/cc/backissues/1973/Documents/Chem50_702.pdf
http://aminoacidstudies.org/l-tryptophan/
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digestibility (ref below)0.91
digestibility (ref below)0.95digestibility0.86
http://www.fao.org/docrep/t0567e/t0567e0d.htm

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recipe g digestible protein48
recipe g digestible protein
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recipe g digestible protein
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recipe g wheat protein53
recipe g corn pure protein
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recipe g oat pure protein
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These columns are the important summary
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recipe g wheat protein powder
66recipe g corn flour111recipe g oat flour150Balance recipe
Balance of WHO minimums
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mg/100g (wheat)
mg wheat (recipe)
mg/100g (corn)mg corn (recipe)mg/100g (oats)
mg oats (recipe)
Added (mg)
Total mg in recipe (digestible)
mg WHO (rec)
Percent of (rec)
ratio to histidine
ratio to histidine
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Histidine1800950200015522005281467850172.54%1.01Histidine
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Isoleucine390020593700287390093629521700173.64%2.02Isoleucine
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Leucine710037491360010577600182459843315180.51%4.13.9Leucine
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Lysine1400739210016373001752135036842550144.49%2.53Lysine
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Methionine + cysteine2700142629002255200124825851275202.72%1.81.5Methionine + cysteine
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Phenylalanine + tyrosine6900364389006928600206457472125270.46%3.92.5
Phenylalanine + tyrosine
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Threonine290015313200249330079223111275181.23%1.61.5Threonine
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Tryptophan270014264303327000648069023402029.95%4.70.4Tryptophan
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Valine4500237643003345500132036152210163.56%2.52.6Valine
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Separated:
recommended per day for average male (85 kg)
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Methionine1400739170013229006961271884143.80%
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Cystine130068612009323005521099348.5315.45%
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Phenylalanine42002218530041253001272
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Tyrosine2700142636002803300792
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Wheat digestibility 91%, reference:
http://jn.nutrition.org/content/130/7/1865S.full
Corn digestibility reference
http://www.fao.org/docrep/t0567e/t0567e0d.htm
Note: The tryptophan in oats is similar to the amount in meat, fish, cheese and beans. Larger amounts of tryptophan in foods does not seem to change the blood levels of tryptophan, as opposed to the purified form in supplements. See link:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tryptophan
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Average adult male weight:85kg
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WHO recommended
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Essential_amino_acid#Relative_amino_acid_composition_of_protein_sources
Abbreviation:L-Lys HCl
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Amino acid(s)
mg/kg body wgt
Molecular Weight:
182.65
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Histidine10
HCl molecular weight
36.5
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Isoleucine20% L-Lysine80.0
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Leucine39
amount per day added (g)
1.69g
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Lysine30
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Methionine + cysteine15
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Phenylalanine + tyrosine25
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Threonine15
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Tryptophane4
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Valine26
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(separated)
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M Methionine10.4
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C Cysteine4.1
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