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Human milk banking and the influence of processing on the concentration of immunoglobulins



Human milk banking and the influence of processing on the concentration of immunoglobulins



Refrigeration Science and Technology (1981-2): 167-170



In 10 samples of spray-dried (at 70 deg C) human milk stored for 3 months, mean concn. of secretory IgA (sIgA), IgG and IgM were, resp., 82.3 plus or minus 25.4, 7.7 plus or minus 1.4 and 0 mg/100 ml; concn. of sIgA and IgG were 27 and 35%, resp., of concn. in fresh human milk. 30 human milk samples contained, before and after freeze-drying, sIgA at 301.4 vs. 274.1 mg/100 ml, IgG at 21.9 vs. 21.0 mg/100 ml and IgM at 103.1 vs. 90.1 mg/100 ml; differences in concn. before and after freeze-drying were not significant.

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