Title: Human Milk Cohort Studies – Amino Acids
|Authors:||van Sadelhoff, J. et al|
The Human Milk Cohort Studies (Ulm SPATZ Health Study) aims to reveal new and reliable insights into changes of human milk composition during first year of life, through state-of-the-art instrumental analysis of a large number of human milk samples.
This publication, Free and Total Amino Acids in Human Milk in Relation to Maternal and Infant Characteristics and Infant Health Outcomes: The Ulm SPATZ Health Study, shows that concentrations Amino Acids, as well its individual compounds, change over the course of lactation.
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