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Fish proteins in nutrition and their importance in the prevention of protein malnutrition
Mayer, J. (1962). Fish proteins in nutrition and their importance in the prevention of protein malnutrition, in: Heen, E. et al. Fish in nutrition. pp. 248-256
In: Heen, E.; Kreuzer, R. (1962). Fish in nutrition. Fishing News (Books): London. XXIII, 447 pp., more

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Abstract
    Protein malnutrition is the major nutritional problem in the world at present. Fish protein is an excellent protein, which can not only increase the quantity of protein consumed, but can also supplement the quality of the protein. Thus a diet with a moderate amount of mediocre protein can be transformed into a diet with an adequate amount of good quality protein as small amounts of fish are added. Examples of such amino acid supplementation by fish protein will be discussed.

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