A consideration of colostrum and milk as sources of antibodies which may be transferred to the newborn baby.

@article{Boorman1958ACO,
  title={A consideration of colostrum and milk as sources of antibodies which may be transferred to the newborn baby.},
  author={K E Boorman and Barbara E. Dodd and Marry Gunther},
  journal={Archives of disease in childhood},
  year={1958},
  volume={33 167},
  pages={24-9}
}
The fact that antibodies can be conveyed to a newborn animal by colostrum was first shown by Ehrlich (1892). In his experiments artificial antibodies to abrin and ricin were induced in mice; after exchange of litters of immunized and nonimmunized animals, the litters suckled from immunized mothers had acquired some measure of protection to abrin and ricin… CONTINUE READING