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HMO 2fl and LNnt

What are the benefits of the HMOs 2FL and LNnT when added to infant formulae?

Formulae with 2’FL and LNnT offer a significant advantage in comparison to formulae without HMOs, with initial results of clinical studies being promising. Some of the key advantages are: Improved Immunity Gut microbiota is closer to the microbiota observed in breastfed infants, both in terms of composition and metabolic activity Stool microbiota in term infants is associated with reduced likelihood of medication (antibiotics) Lower incidence of bronchitis, lower respiratory infections

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Cross-Talk Between the Mucosal Immune System and Environmental Factors

has been shown to be enriched with the variety of innate and acquired immunity-associated cells. Our, ILCs. The other group of innate immunity-associated cells, mast cells (MCs) expressing P2X7, of the surface connections with innate immunity associated cells, epithelial cells and microbiota

Discovery of a crucial immune reaction when solid food is introduced that prevents inflammatory disorders

Immunity on March 19, 2019. With the arrival of improved hygiene in the mid-19th century, the rate, and Immunity Unit (Institut Pasteur/Inserm), led by Gérard Eberl, have discovered that this phenomenon, Immunity 2019 Links : https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2019-03/ip-doa031919.php

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NNI NewsPaper 1/2018 - A Summary of the latest scientific news: Heros in the gut

is important for the immune constituents of breastmilk. This immunity is passed on to the infant

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NNIW90 - Human milk: composition, clinical benefits and future opportunities

Human milk presents the optimal nutrition for infants and is key to sustaining health and building the foundation for growth and cognitive development. Rapidly-advancing technology has allowed us a closer look at the different components of human milk and shed light on their biological effects on growth, metabolism, cognition, and immunity. Yet researchers face many challenges in their quest to unravel its complexities. An understanding of human milk is inextricably linked to an understanding

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NNIW90 - Human Milk: Composition, Clinical Benefits and Future Opportunities

Human milk presents the optimal nutrition for infants and is key to sustaining health and building the foundation for growth and cognitive development. Rapidly-advancing technology has allowed us a closer look at the different components of human milk and shed light on their biological effects on growth, metabolism, cognition, and immunity. Yet researchers face many challenges in their quest to unravel its complexities. An understanding of human milk is inextricably linked

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Human Milk Oligosaccharides and Health of Infants in Africa

is important for the immune constituents of breastmilk. This immunity is passed on to the infant

Josef Neu

Gut Microbiota, Host Gene Expression and Cell Traffic via Milk

to distal sites for development of adaptive immunity as well as growth and communication