DHA Supplementation during Pregnancy and Lactation Affects Infants' Cellular but Not Humoral Immune Response

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BACKGROUND It is currently recommended that diet of pregnant mothers contain 200-300 mg DHA/day. Aim. To determine whether DHA supplementation during pregnancy and lactation affects infants' immune response. METHODS 60 women in ≥3rd pregnancy studied; 30 randomly assigned to receive DHA 400 mg/day from 12th week gestation until 4 months postpartum. From… (More)
DOI: 10.1155/2011/493925

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@inproceedings{Granot2011DHASD, title={DHA Supplementation during Pregnancy and Lactation Affects Infants' Cellular but Not Humoral Immune Response}, author={Esther Granot and Einat Jakobovich and Ruth Rabinowitz and Paloma Levy and M. Schlesinger}, booktitle={Mediators of inflammation}, year={2011} }