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Human milk effects bile acid metabolism in preterm infants

Human milk effects bile acid metabolism in preterm infants

Pediatric Research 16(12): 1037

Bile acid metabolism was studied in 66 pre-term infants fed pooled human milk or 1 of 3 infant formulas.

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