Jimi Francis Morrill

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Procedures for diagnosis of mammary candidosis, including laboratory confirmation, are not well defined. Lactoferrin present in human milk can inhibit growth of Candida albicans, thereby limiting the ability to detect yeast infections. The inhibitory effect of various lactoferrin concentrations on the growth of C. albicans in whole human milk was studied.(More)
OBJECTIVES To document the occurrence of Candida colonization and mammary candidosis among lactating women, risk factors for Candida colonization, and the relationship between Candida colonization and breastfeeding at 9 weeks postpartum. DESIGN Prospective cohort study. SETTING Private practice clinic in Reno, Nevada. PARTICIPANTS 100 lactating women(More)
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