Bacterial translocation in neonatal rats: the relation between intestinal flora, translocated bacteria, and influence of milk.

@article{Yajima2001BacterialTI,
  title={Bacterial translocation in neonatal rats: the relation between intestinal flora, translocated bacteria, and influence of milk.},
  author={Masako Yajima and Makiko Nakayama and Seiko Hatano and Kiyoshi Yamazaki and Yoshimasa Aoyama and Takaji Yajima and Tamotsu Kuwata},
  journal={Journal of pediatric gastroenterology and nutrition},
  year={2001},
  volume={33 5},
  pages={592-601}
}
BACKGROUND A high incidence of bacterial translocation in neonates results not only from immaturity of host-defense functions, but also from the dominant colonization of aerobic bacteria in the intestine. Bacterial colonization develops differently among breast-fed, formula-fed, premature, and full-term infants. The purpose of this study was to examine the incidence of bacterial translocation and to identify the translocated bacterial species, relating these findings to the intestinal… CONTINUE READING

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