Fortification of human donor milk with bovine colostrum is superior to formula-based fortifiers when it comes to prevent gut dysfunction, necrotizing enterocolitis, and systemic infection in preterm pigs. This raises the expectation to the...
Fortification and gut function
Fortification of human donor milk with bovine colostrum resulted in better intestinal function, lower bacterial load, protein metabolism, higher weight gain and less incidences of diarrhea in preterm pigs, compared to use of a formula-based...
Epigenetics in preterm neonates
Oral antibiotic treatment in the 5 days after birth delayed bacterial colonization. This seems to provide lower immune response, less hypoxic stress, better vascular integrity and increased metabolism in the immature intestine via epigentic...
Colostrum against oral mucositis
Children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) receiving bovine colostrum as dietary supplementation and prophylactic protection showed significantly lower scores in the degree of chemotherapy-induced oral mucositis than placebo group....
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