Human breast milk: current concepts of immunology and infectious diseases.

  title={Human breast milk: current concepts of immunology and infectious diseases.},
  author={R. M. Lawrence and Camille A Pane},
  journal={Current problems in pediatric and adolescent health care},
  volume={37 1},
  • R. M. Lawrence, Camille A Pane
  • Published 2007
  • Medicine
  • Current problems in pediatric and adolescent health care
  • I I M T his is a review of the immunologic activities and protective benefits of human breast milk against infection. It details important concepts bout the developing immunity of infants, bioactive actors and antiinflammatory properties of breast milk, ntestinal microflora in infants, probiotics and prebiotcs, and the dynamic interactive effects of breast milk n the developing infant. Studies documenting the rotective effect of breast milk against various infecious diseases in infants are… CONTINUE READING
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