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Human milk banking. 1. Effects of container upon immunologic factors in mature milk

Human milk banking. 1. Effects of container upon immunologic factors in mature milk

Nutrition Research 1(5): 449-459

1. Effects were examined of type of storage container and duration of storage on concentrations of lactoferrin, lysozyme, secretory IgA (SIgA), total IgA and SIgA antibodies to Escherichia coli somatic antigens and on the numbers and functions of macrophages, neutrophils and lymphocytes in mature breast milk. Milk sampled during the fourth week of lactation from women 20 to 35 years old was kept in pyrex and polypropylene or polyethylene containers at 4 deg C for 4 and 24 h.

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