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How are Antibodies Transferred to Neonates from the Mother?


In this video, professor Tomonori NOCHI explains how maternal antibodies are transferred to neonates. Basically, through breastfeeding, the mother can provide nutrition as well as immune bioactive factor to the infants. To learn more details, you could check the other research Protein Profiles in Breast Milk from Mothers Delivering Term and Preterm.

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