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- Ng, Yuk Fan, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Current developments in nutrition 2019 v.3 no.Supplement_1
- Bacteroidetes; Bifidobacterium; Clostridium; DNA; Lactobacillus; Proteobacteria; breast feeding; breast milk; community structure; digestive system; early development; feces; feeding patterns; high-throughput nucleotide sequencing; immunomodulators; infant formulas; intestinal microorganisms; metagenomics; neonates; pipelines; probiotics; ribosomal RNA; species diversity; China; Europe
- ... Gut microbiome in newborn infants affect their gut health and future development. The major nutrient sources for infants aged 2–4 months are breast-milk or infant formula, hence it is worth investigating whether exclusively breastfed or infant formula-fed does affect the early development of the gut microbiota communities. Metagenomics has been applied to analyse the infant fecal samples in the Un ...
- Ng, Yuk-Fan, et al. Show all 11 Authors
- The British journal of nutrition 2019 v.121 no.12 pp. 1431-1440
- Western diets; breast feeding; breast milk; eating habits; fatty acid composition; food intake; freshwater; infants; lactating women; lactation; marine fish; milk; mothers; nutrient content; omega-3 fatty acids; polyunsaturated fatty acids; salmon; seafoods; volunteerism; China
- ... Residents of Hong Kong have undergone a dietary transition from a traditional Chinese diet that is high in seafood to a more Western diet. This may have affected the nutritional composition of breast milk of Hong Kong mothers. The present study aims to investigate the relationship between the dietary pattern and the fatty acid profile of the breast milk of lactating women in Hong Kong. Seventy-thr ...