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Estimation of free amino acids in human milk. 2


, : Estimation of free amino acids in human milk. 2. Revista Espanola de Pediatria 48(4): 309-314

Free amino acids were estimated in milk from 72 women sampled at 1 to 3, 21, 90 and 150 days of lactation at the start, mid-point and end of the infants' feeding period. There was no significant difference in the concentration of any free amino acid during the feeding period with the exception of proline which increased (P<0.01) from the start to the mid-point of feeding (1.65 to 2.33 micro mol/100 ml).

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