Glutamine in vitro supplementation partly reverses impaired macrophage function resulting from early weaning in mice.

@article{Rogero2008GlutamineIV,
  title={Glutamine in vitro supplementation partly reverses impaired macrophage function resulting from early weaning in mice.},
  author={M. Rogero and P. Borelli and R. Fock and Ivanir Santana de Oliveira Pires and J. Tirapegui},
  journal={Nutrition},
  year={2008},
  volume={24 6},
  pages={
          589-98
        }
}
OBJECTIVE Glutamine is one of the most abundant amino acids found in maternal milk, and its concentration increases throughout lactation. Because glutamine is essential for macrophage functionality, it is hereby suggested that early weaning in conjunction with the absence of glutamine consumption impairs the functioning of macrophages, which could in turn be reversed with an in vitro supplementation with glutamine. METHODS Swiss Webster mice were early weaned at 14 d of age (EW group) or at… Expand
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