Association Between Breast Milk Bacterial Communities and Establishment and Development of the Infant Gut Microbiome.

@article{Pannaraj2017AssociationBB,
  title={Association Between Breast Milk Bacterial Communities and Establishment and Development of the Infant Gut Microbiome.},
  author={Pia S. Pannaraj and Fan Li and Chiara Cerini and Jeffrey M. Bender and Shangxin Yang and Adrienne Rollie and Helty Aprilia Adisetiyo and Sara Zabih and Pamela J. Lincez and Kyle Bittinger and Aubrey Bailey and Frederic D. Bushman and John William Sleasman and Grace M Aldrovandi},
  journal={JAMA pediatrics},
  year={2017},
  volume={171 7},
  pages={
          647-654
        }
}
Importance Establishment of the infant microbiome has lifelong implications on health and immunity. Gut microbiota of breastfed compared with nonbreastfed individuals differ during infancy as well as into adulthood. Breast milk contains a diverse population of bacteria, but little is known about the vertical transfer of bacteria from mother to infant by breastfeeding. Objective To determine the association between the maternal breast milk and areolar skin and infant gut bacterial communities… CONTINUE READING
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