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Effects of cholera and poliovirus immunizations upon specific antibodies in human milk



Effects of cholera and poliovirus immunizations upon specific antibodies in human milk



Human lactation 2 Maternal and environmental factors: 541-545



This review begins with discussion of mechanisms involved in antibody response in the mammary gland. Effects on milk antibodies of cholera vaccine and poliovirus vaccine given orally or parenterally to lactating women are then described. Studies on the milk antibody response performed in animal models are outlined briefly.

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