Maternal milk regulation of cell infiltration and interleukin 18 in the intestine of suckling rat pups
Background and aims: In neonates the gastrointestinal tract is exposed to food and bacterial antigens at a time when the gut mucosal immune system has not developed the ability to induce oral tolerance. This increases the risk for an inappropriate immune
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