Emma de Jong

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BACKGROUND Extremely preterm infants are highly susceptible to bacterial infections but breast milk provides some protection. It is unknown if leukocyte numbers and subsets in milk differ between term and preterm breast milk. This study serially characterised leukocyte populations in breast milk of mothers of preterm and term infants using multicolour flow(More)
Pulmonary infections with non-tuberculous mycobacteria (NTM) affect a subset of older individuals (mostly women) with no known immunological defects. As NTMs are intracellular pathogens, it is important to establish whether NTM disease is associated with defective production of Th1 cytokines or poor responses by host macrophage/monocytes. We have shown that(More)
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