Polyamines in human and rat milk and in infant formulas.

@article{Pollack1992PolyaminesIH,
  title={Polyamines in human and rat milk and in infant formulas.},
  author={Paul F. Pollack and Otakar Koldovsk{\'y} and Kenji Nishioka},
  journal={The American journal of clinical nutrition},
  year={1992},
  volume={56 2},
  pages={
          371-5
        }
}
Polyamines are ubiquitous compounds known to be involved in cell proliferation and differentiation in many tissues. Enteral administration of these compounds has been shown to produce effects in suckling and adult animals. Using HPLC techniques, we verified the presence of putrescine, spermidine, and spermine in human milk and quantitated their concentration in samples collected from the first week up to 4 mo of lactation. Mean values of these compounds ranged (per liter) from 0 to 615 nmol… CONTINUE READING

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