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Human Milk Oligosaccharides

Editor(s): C. Kunz, N. Sprenger, S.M. Donovan. vol. 40

This issueof the Nest discusses an important topic of Human Milk Oligosaccharides (HMO)and its role in infant nutrition and short and long-term health benefits. FirstClemens Kunz explains the background and history of human milkoligosaccharides and its metabolism. Norbert Sprenger follows this topic byfocusing on the impact of HMO on the mucosal immune protection through the microbiota and mucosalimmune system. In her manuscript, Sharon Donovan describes HMO as diverse,biologically active components that beneficially modulate the infant microbiotaas well as the gut, immune, and potentially neurological development.

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