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Estimation of free amino acids in human milk. 1

, : Estimation of free amino acids in human milk. 1. Revista Espanola de Pediatria 48(4): 303-308

During the course of 150 days of lactation milk was sampled from 72 mothers 17 to 43 years old 4 times, at 1 to 3 days (colostrum), about 21 days (transitional milk), about 90 days (mature milk) and about 150 days (very mature milk). The samples (to be used for estimation of free amino acids) were extracted between 1000 and 1200 h, before, during and at the end of the infants feeding period.

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