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Intestinal Microflora, Involved in IgA Antibody Production


In this video, Professor Nochi demonstrated that the disturbance of gastric microflora caused by vancomycin, dramatically reduced the IgA producing plasma cells, and similar results were shown in the milk IgA. Professor Nochi further persuades its study, using Fecal Microbiota Transplantation (FMT) that ameliorate the intestinal microflora environment, and help stimulate gastrointestinal immune system and maternal IgA antibody production.

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