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The effect of human milk, protein-fortified human milk and formula on immunologic factors of newborn infants



The effect of human milk, protein-fortified human milk and formula on immunologic factors of newborn infants



Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology 310: 77-85



In a 21-day study in which 12, 11 and 9 low-birth-weight infants received banked human milk fortified with Eoprotin-06 from Milupa, Germany (FHM), unfortified banked human milk or the commercial formula Prematyl resp., wt gains averaged 652, 501 and 572 g, serum IgG decreased from 381, 305 and 549 to 379, 234 and 417 mg/dl, serum IgM increased from 21, 22 and 40 to 26, 29 and 47 mg/dl, and C3 (3rd component of complement) changed from 70, 111 and 79 to 77, 79 and 70 mg/dl.

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