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Preterm Milk Oligosaccharides During the First Month of Lactation
OBJECTIVE: Oligosaccharides represent one of the main components of human milk, and they have been assigned important biological functions for newborns. Qualitatively and quantitatively, theirExpand
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The Effect of Holder Pasteurization on Nutrients and Biologically-Active Components in Donor Human Milk: A Review
When a mother’s milk is unavailable, the best alternative is donor milk (DM). Milk delivered to Human Milk Banks should be pasteurized in order to inactivate the microbial agents that may be present.Expand
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Benefits of donor milk in the feeding of preterm infants.
Mother's own milk is widely recognized as the optimal feeding for term infants, but also provides health benefits that are of vital importance for sick and preterm infants in neonatal intensive careExpand
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Human Milk Processing: A Systematic Review of Innovative Techniques to Ensure the Safety and Quality of Donor Milk
ABSTRACT Pasteurization, performed at 62.5°C for 30 minutes (holder pasteurization), is currently recommended in all international human milk banks guidelines, but it affects some human milkExpand
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Biological, nutritional and clinical aspects of feeding preterm infants with human milk.
Benefits of breastfeeding are widely recognized, during the last decades human milk has been identified as the normative standard for infant feeding and nutrition. Recent evidence focused on specificExpand
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Cow's milk proteins in human milk.
Cow's milk proteins (CMPs) are among the best characterized food allergens. Cow's milk contains more than twenty five different proteins, but only whey proteins alpha-lactalbumin, beta-lactoglobulin,Expand
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Detection of cow’s milk proteins and minor components in human milk using proteomics techniques
Cow’s milk proteins (CMPs) are the best characterized food allergens. The aim of this study was to investigate cow’s milk allergens in human colostrum of term and preterm newborns’ mothers, and otherExpand
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Effect of prolonged refrigeration on the protein and microbial profile of human milk
This study was aimed at evaluating the effect of prolonged refrigeration of expressed human milk on its protein and microbial profile. Human milk from mothers of pre-term newborns was collected,Expand
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Evaluation of the galactogogue effect of silymarin on mothers of preterm newborns (<32 weeks).
Hypogalactia has a relative high frequency in women having delivered preterm infants, who often have difficulties in maintaining a sufficient production of milk for their infants' needs overExpand
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Benefits of human milk in preterm infant feeding
Mother’s own milk is widely recognized as the optimal feeding not only for term but also for preterm infants. Evidence documents short and long-term metabolic, immunologic and neurodevelopmentalExpand
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