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Characterization and properties of the human and bovine lactotransferrins extracted from the faeces of newborn infants

, : Characterization and properties of the human and bovine lactotransferrins extracted from the faeces of newborn infants. Acta Paediatrica Scandinavica 71(6): 979-985

Quantitative determination of human copro-lactoferrin in faecal extracts from breast-fed infants showed that from birth up to 3 wk post partum, daily elimination decreased from 35 to 5 mg. Endogenous secretion was 0.5-1.0 mg/day. When a cows' milk diet supplemented with partially or completely Fe-saturated human or bovine lactoferrin was fed, copro-lactoferrin excretion depended on the origin and Fe saturation of the lactoferrin. Excretion of bovine copro-lactoferrin averaged 200 mg/day.

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