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In the pet food industry, a novel protein is a protein source that the pet has never eaten before. Novel proteins are used as pet food for animals that have developed allergies to common protein sources. More »

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Crude protein is a term for the total protein content of a food source as determined by its nitrogen content. The term is most often used in scientific testing and on the labels of pet foods. More »

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The acronym rRNA stands for ribosomal ribonucleic acid. It is the RNA component of the ribosome in the cell. rRNA is essential for amino acid and protein synthesis and is a key component of translation in the cell. More »

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Crude protein is a term for the total protein content of a food source as determined by its nitrogen content. The term is most often used in scientific testing and on the labels of pet foods. More »

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