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1994. JDS Vol 77, 936.  Rumen-protected amino (RPAA) acid supplementation to dairy cows pre- and post-parturition. L. M. Rode, T. Fujieda, H. Sate, H. Suzuki, W.E. Julien and C.J. Sniffen, Agric. Canada Res. Station, Lethbridge, AB, T1J 4Bl; Ajinomoto Co. Inc., Tokyo 104, Japan; Julien & Assoc., Omaha, NE, 68122; W.J. Miner Institute, Chazy, NY.

1995. JDS Vol 78, P426.  Effect of rumen bypass lysine and methionine on nitrogen utilization in early lactation cows. R. Blauwiekel, S. Xu, J.Harrison - Washington State Univ, Puyallup; W. Chalupa - U of Pennsylvania, Kennett Square; C. Sniffen - Miner Institute, NY; K. Watanabe, H. Suzuki - Ajinomoto Inc., Tokyo; and W Julien - Julien & Assoc., NE.

1995. JDS Vol 78, P427.  The effect of rumen-bypass lysine and methionine on milk yield and composition in early lactation cows. S. Xu, J. Harrison, R. Blauwiekel - Washington State Univ., Puyallup; W. Chalupa - U of Pennsylvania, Kennett Square; C. Sniffen - Miner Institute, NY; K. Watanabe, H. Suzuki, T. Fujeada, H. Sato - Ajinomoto Inc., Tokyo; and W. Julien - Julien & Assoc., NE.

1996. JDS Vol 79, P307.  Effect of Rumen-Protected Lysine and Methionine on Productivity of Early Lactation Dairy Cows. P.H. Robinson, Fredericton Research Centre, Fredericton, NE, Canada; W. Chalupa, Univ. Penn., Kennett Square, PA; W. Julien, Julien and Assoc., Omaha, NE; C.J. Sniffen, W.H. Miner Agric. Res. Ctr., Chazy, NY; H. Sato, T. Fujieda, K. Watanabe, T. Ueda, and H. Suzuki, Ajinomoto Co., Inc., Japan.

1996. JDS Vol 79, P308.  Effects of Lysine and/or Methionine Oversupply on Performance of Lactating Dairy Cows. P.H. Robinson, Fredericton Res. Ctr., Fredericton, NE, Canada; W. Chalupa, Univ. Penn., Kennett Sq., PA; W. Julien, Julien and Assoc., Omaha, NE; C.J. Sniffen, W.H. Miner Agric. Res. Ctr., Chazy, NY; H. Sato, T. Fujieda. K. Watanabe, T. Ueda and H. Suzuki, Ajinomoto Co., Inc. Japan.

1997. JDS Vol 80, Suppl 1(P442).  Influence of supplementing high fiber diets with abomasally infused methionine and lysine, or isoleucine, or all three amino acids. P.H. Robinson, W. Chalupa, C.J. Sniffen, W.E. Julien, H. Sato, K. Watanabe, T. Fujieda and H. Suzuki, Atlantic Dairy and Forage Institute, Fredericton Junction, NB, Canada; Univ. of Penn., Kennett Square, PA; W.H. Miner Agric. Res. Inst., Chazy, NY; Julien and Assoc., 7207 Surey Hill S., Omaha, NE; Ajinomoto Co., lnc., Tokyo, Japan.

1997. JDS Vol 80, Suppl 1(P443).  Ruminally protected lysine or lysine and methionine for lactating dairy cows fed to meet requirements for microbial and postruminal protein. P.H. Robinson, W. Chalupa, C.J. Sniffen, W.E. Julien, H. Sato, K. Watanabe, T. Fujieda and H. Suzuki, Atlantic Dairy and Forage Institute, Fredericton Junction, NB, Canada; Univ. of Penn., Kennett Square, PA; W.H. Miner Agric. Res. Inst., Chazy, NY; Julien and Assoc., 7207 Surey Hill S., Omaha, NE; Ajinomoto Co., lnc., Tokyo, Japan.

1997. JDS Vol 80, Suppl 1(P444).  Effect of ruminally protected lysine and methionine on microbial yield, amino acid profile in the intestine, milk production and composition. S. Xu, J. H. Harrison, W. Chalupa, C. Stiffen, H. Sato, T. Fujieda, K. Watanabe, T. Ueda, H. Suzuki, W. Julien, WSU Dairy Forage Facility, Puyallup; U. of Pennsylvania, Kennett Square; Miner Institute, NY; Ajinomoto Inc., Tokyo; Julien & Associates, NE.

2010. ADSA #215.  The effect of feeding ruminally protected lysine (RPL) on production performance and plasma amino acid profile of early lactation dairy cattle. J. E. Nocek and I. Shinzato, Spruce Haven Farm and Research Center, Auburn, NY; Ajinomoto Co., Inc., Tokyo, Japan.

2010. ADSA #218.  Evaluation of a ruminally protected lysine product to increase milk protein production and plasma lysine concentration. S. E. Boucher, H. M. Dann, K. W. Cotanch, C. S. Ballard, R. J. Grant, and I. Shinzato, W. H. Miner Agricultural Research Institute, Chazy, NY; Ajinomoto Co., Inc., Tokyo, Japan.

2010. ADSA #1051.  Productivity of lactating dairy cows as impacted by feeding lysine in a ruminally protected form. P.H. Robinson, S. Juchem, I. Shinzato, University of California, Davis, CA, USA; Ajinomoto Co. Inc., Tokyo, Japan.

2011. ADSA Abstract 790.  Effects of feeding a ruminally protected lysine (AjiPro®-L) from calving to the fourth week of lactation on production of highproducing lactation dairy cattle. J. E. Nocek, T. Takagi and I. Shinzato, Spruce Haven Farm and Research Center, Auburn, NY; Ajinomoto Co., Inc., Tokyo, Japan.

2011. Animal Feed Science and Technology.  Productive responses of lactating dairy cattle to supplementing high levels of ruminally protected lysine using a rumen protection technology. P.H. Robinson, N. Swanepoel, I. Shinzato, S.O. Juchem, Department of Animal Science, University of California, Davis, CA 95616, USA; Meadow Feeds, Warich Close Office Park, 39 Van Vuuren Street, Roodepoort 1737, South Africa; Ajinomoto Co. Inc., Tokyo, Japan.

2012. ADSA Poster M311.  Determining the bioavailability of lysine in AjiPro®-L using the plasma-free amino acid dose response method. N.L. Whitehouse, E. S. Fletcher, A.F. Brito, C. G. Schwab, and I. Shinzato, University of New Hampshire; Schwab Consulting, LLC; and Ajinomoto Animal Nutrition North America, Inc.

2012 ADSA M311.  Determining the bioavailability of lysine in AjiPro®-L using the plasma-free amino acid dose response method. N. L. Whitehouse, E. S. Fletcher, A. F. Brito, C. G. Schwab, and I. Shinzato, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH; Schwab Consulting LLC, Boscobe, WI; Ajinomoto Animal Nutrition North America, Inc., Chicago, IL.

2012. ADSA T294.  Assessment of lysine released from rumen protected lysine products exposed to high and low moisture TMR over 24 hours. P. Ji, C. S. Ballard, R. E. Clark, B. M. Sweeney, and C. Kokko, William H. Miner Agricultural Research Institute, Chazy, NY.

2012. ADSA T295.  Does mechanical mixing of TMR compromise protection efficacy of rumen protected lysine products? P. Ji, C. S. Ballard, R. E. Clark, B. M. Sweeney, and C. Kokko, William H. Miner Agricultural Research Institute, Chazy, NY.

2012. ADSA #555.  Feeding blood meal or two rumen protected lysine sources in early lactation dairy cows and the effect of withdrawal on production parameters. J. E. Nocek and I. Shinzato, Spruce Haven Farm and Research Center, Auburn, NY; Ajinomoto Animal Nutrition North America, Inc., Chicago, IL.

2014. JDS Vol 97, E-Suppl 1. 0656.  Effects of a rumen protected lysine (AjiPro®-L) supplementation on peripartum disease, reproduction, and lactational performance of dairy cows. J. E. Nocek, A. Haruno, M. Miura, T. Takagi, I. Shinzato, and T. Fujieda, Spruce Haven Farm and Research Center, Auburn, NY; Ajinomoto Co., Inc., Tokyo, Japan; Ajinomoto Animal Nutrition North America, Inc., Chicago, IL.

2014. JDS Vol 97, E-Suppl 1. 1531 (M245).  Determination of the comparative bioavailability of lysine in two rumen protected lysine products using the in vivo plasma lysine response method. H. A. Tucker, M. Miura, I. Shinzato, C. S. Ballard, and H. M. Dann, William H. Miner Agricultural Research Institute, Chazy, NY; Ajinomoto Co., Inc., Kawasaki, Japan; Ajinomoto Animal Nutrition North America, Inc., Chicago, IL.

2014. JDS Vol 97, E-Suppl 1. 1534 (M248).  Validation of the bioavailability of the second generation AjiPro-L using the in vivo plasma lysine response method. N. L. Whitehouse, A. F. Brito, A. Crowther, A. B. D. Pereira, C. G. Schwab, I. Shinzato, and M. Miura, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH; Schwab Consulting, LLC, Boscobel, WI; Ajinomoto Animal Nutrition North America, Inc., Chicago, IL; Ajinomoto Co., Inc., Kawasaki, Japan.

2014. JDS Vol 97, E-Suppl 1. 1540 (M254).  A three-step in vitro procedure for evaluating rumen protected lysine products. Y. Miyazawa, M. Miura, T. Fujieda, I. Shinzato, S. W. Fessenden, and M. D. Stern, Ajinomoto Co., Inc., Kawasaki, Japan; Ajinomoto Co., Inc., Tokyo, Japan; Ajinomoto Animal Nutrition North America, Inc., Chicago, IL; University of Minnesota, St. Paul.

2015 ADSA W351.  Comparative bioavailability of lysine in three commercial rumen-protected lysine products using the in vivo plasma lysine response method.Heather A. Tucker, William H. Miner Agricultural Research Institute, Chazy, NY; Makoto Miura, Ajinomoto Co., Inc., Kawasakiku, Kawasaki-shi, Japan; Izuru Shinzato, Ajinomoto Animal Nutrition North America, Inc., Chicago, IL; and Catherine S. Ballard, William H. Miner Agricultural Research Institute.

2017. JDS Vol 100, Suppl 2, 305 (T212).  Determination of the bioavailability of lysine in the latest generation of a rumen-protected lysine product exposed to TMR using the in vivo plasma lysine response method. K. Hultquest and C. S. Ballard, William H. Miner Agricultural Research Institute, Chazy, NY; M. Miura and T. Fujieda, Ajinomoto Co. Inc., Kawasaki-ku, Kawasaki-shi, Japan; and I. Shinzato, Ajinomoto Animal Nutrition North America, Inc., Chicago, IL.

2017. JDS Vol 100, Suppl 2, 306 (T213).  Characteristics of a rumen-protected lysine product. 1: Bioavailability of the third-generation AjiPro-L. M. Miura, A. Haruno, H. Sato, S. Shimizu, M. Nakamura, Y. Miyazawa, T. Fujieda, Research Institute for Bioscience Products & Fine Chemicals, Ajinomoto Co. Inc., Kawasaki, Kanagawa, Japan; I. Shinzato, Ajinomoto Animal Nutrition North America, Inc., Chicago, IL.

2017. JDS Vol 100, Suppl 2, 306 (T214).  Characteristics of a rumen protected lysine product. 2: Handling properties of the third-generation AjiPro-L in feeding practices. M. Miura, A. Haruno, M. Tanida, Y. Miyazawa, T. Fujieda, Research Institute for Bioscience Products & Fine Chemicals, Ajinomoto Co. Inc., Kawasaki, Kanagawa, Japan; I. Shinzato, Ajinomoto Animal Nutrition North America, Inc., Chicago, IL.