The bacterial colonization of the large bowel of pre-term low birth weight neonates.

@article{Stark1982TheBC,
  title={The bacterial colonization of the large bowel of pre-term low birth weight neonates.},
  author={Professor Lawrence Stark and Adrian Susan Lee},
  journal={The Journal of hygiene},
  year={1982},
  volume={89 1},
  pages={59-67}
}
The bacterial colonization of the large bowel of 11 pre-term, low birth weight neonates who were nourished by expressed breast milk was examined by culturing serial faecal samples and compared to that observed in eight breast-fed and seven formula-fed full-term neonates. Pre-term neonates were colonized by high counts of facultatively anaerobic bacteria from the first days of life while bifidobacteria colonized only six babies during the first week and appeared in only one baby before day 5… CONTINUE READING

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The bacterial colonization of the large bowel of 11 pre - term , low birth weight neonates who were nourished by expressed breast milk was examined by culturing serial faecal samples and compared to that observed in eight breast - fed and seven formula - fed full - term neonates .
The bacterial colonization of the large bowel of 11 pre - term , low birth weight neonates who were nourished by expressed breast milk was examined by culturing serial faecal samples and compared to that observed in eight breast - fed and seven formula - fed full - term neonates .
The bacterial colonization of the large bowel of 11 pre - term , low birth weight neonates who were nourished by expressed breast milk was examined by culturing serial faecal samples and compared to that observed in eight breast - fed and seven formula - fed full - term neonates .
The bacterial colonization of the large bowel of 11 pre - term , low birth weight neonates who were nourished by expressed breast milk was examined by culturing serial faecal samples and compared to that observed in eight breast - fed and seven formula - fed full - term neonates .
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