News on colostrum research and results

  1. DNA methylation is diet dependent

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    Markedly difference in DNA methylation and function of the immature newborn intestine between preterm piglets fed infant formula and bovine colostrum highlight the importance of the correct early feeding regime for preterm infants.  ...
  2. Attenuation of cerebral metabolic shift

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    Infection with coagulase-negative staphylococci in newborn preterm infants induce a rapid metabolic shift in both plasma and cerebrospinal fluid, which was modulated by enteral colostrum feeding. Results showed attenuated lactate accumulation....
  3. Colostrum and septic shock

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    Recent findings suggest that oral supplementation with bovine colostrum may improve resistance against septic shock and brain barrier disruption during bloodstream infections caused by Staphylococcus epidermis in preterm piglets.  ...
  4. What’s up in 2019?

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    Welcome to 2019! This is the year for the estimated primary completion date of the clinical trials FortiColos and PreColos-RCT. The two studies aim to prove the benefits of application of bovine as first enteral nutrition for preterm infants....
  5. Wrapping up 2018!

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    The year 2018 is coming to its end, and it time to wrap up the year and get a good look of the research news. The two large clinical studies FortiColos and PreColos-RCT were initiated in Denmark and China and several papers gave new insight....
  6. Colostrum as milk fortifier

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    FortiColos aims to investigate the safety, tolerability and health effects of bovine colostrum used of human milk fortifier in very preterm infants. The project is the first Danish follow up study after PreColos.   Research on...