References/Bibliography

Books (cited):
Hale, Thomas. Medications and Mothers’ Milk, 2012 edition. Hale Publishing, 2012: 417-419
–Lawrence, Ruth. Breastfeeding, A Guide for the Medical Profession. 438. 2005. Print
–Brusseau, R. Bacterial Analysis of Refrigerated Human Milk Following Infant Feeding. May 1998. Web
–Garza C, Schanler RJ, Butte NF, Motil KJ. Special properties of human milk. Clin Perinatol. 14(1):11-32.3. 1987
–Lawrence R. A., and Lawrence R. Breastfeeding: A Guide for the Medical Profession. 6th ed. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Mosby, 2005. 696. Print
–Nancy Mohrbacker, IBCLC, and Julie Stock, BA, IBCLC. La Leche League’s The Breastfeeding Answer Book. 3rd edition. 1997. 229. Print
–Gaskin, Ina May. Soapy-, Metallic- or Rancid-tasting Milk That You Have Thawed. New York: Bantam, 2009. 165. Print
–Mohrbacker, Nancy, IBCLC. Breastfeeding Answers Made Simple: A Guide for Helping Mothers. 461. 2010.
–Lawrence R. A., and Lawrence R. Breastfeeding: A Guide for the Medical Profession. 6th ed. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Mosby, 2005. 205, 771. Print
–Sisk PM, Lovelady Ca, Dillard RG, Gruber KJ. Lactation counseling for mothers of very low birth weight infants: effect on maternal anxiety and infant intake of human milk. Pediatrics. 117(1):e67-e75. 2006.
–Martha D. Mullett, and Mary M.K. Seshia. Avery’s Neonatology: Pathophysiology & Management of the Newborn. By Mhairi G. MacDonald. Sixth Edition ed. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2005. 427‬. Print
–Riordan, Jan. Breastfeeding and Human Lactation. Third Edition. pg.105. Print. 2005.
–Lauwers, J., and Swisher, A. Counseling the nursing mother: a lactation consultant’s guide. 467. 2005. Print
–John P. Cloherty, Eric C. Eichenwald, Ann R. Stark. Manual of neonatal care. 294. 2008. Print
–N. N. Damani, A. M. Emmerson. Manual of Infection Control Procedures. 169. 2003. Print
–Friis H, Andersen HK. Rate of inactivation of cytomegalovirus in raw banked milk during storage at 20 degrees C and pasteurisation. Br Med J (Clin Res Ed), 1982. 285:1604–1605.
–Hanson L. 2007. Feeding and infant development: breast-feeding and immune function. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society. 66:384-396.
–Carlson A, Thung S & Norwitz E. 2009. H1N1 influenza in pregnancy: what all obstetric care providers ought to know. Reviews in Obstetrics & Gynecology. 2(3):193-145.
–Lawrence, Ruth A., and Robert Lawrence. Breastfeeding: A Guide for the Medical Profession. 158. Print.
–Riordan, Jan. Breastfeeding and Human Lactation. Sudbury: Jones and Bartlett, 2005. 167. Print.
–Page, David C. Your Jaws Your Life: Alternative Medicine. Baltimore, MD: SmilePage Pub., 2003. Print.
–Cadwell, Karin, and Turner-Maffei, Cindy. Breastfeeding A-Z: terminology and telephone triage. Print.

Breastmilk
–Al-Shehri, Saad S., Christine L. Knox, Helen G. Liley, David M. Cowley, John R. Wright, Michael G. Henman, Amitha K. Hewavitharana, Bruce G. Charles, Paul N. Shaw, Emma L. Sweeney, and John A. Duley. “Breastmilk-Saliva Interactions Boost Innate Immunity by Regulating the Oral Microbiome in Early Infancy.” PLOS ONE PLoS ONE 10.9 (2015). Web.
–How Breastmilk Protects Newborns, Jack Newman, MD, FRCPC.
–The Immunologic Signi’cance of Breast Milk, Susan Orlando, RNC, MS. JOGNN, Volume 24, Number 7. September 1195.
–Fat and Energy Contents of Expressed Human Breast Milk in Prolonged Lactation, Dror Mandel, et al. Official Journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics, Volume 116, No. 3, September 2005.
–Human Breast Milk: Current Concepts of Immunology and Infectious Diseases, Robert M. Lawrence, MD, et al. Curr Probl Pediatr Adolesc Health Care, January 2007.
–The Transfer of Drugs and Other Chemicals Into Human Milk, Official Journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics, Vol. 108 No. 3 September 2001.
Lactoferrin in human milk: its role in iron absorption and protection against enteric infection in the newborn infant, J. H. Brock. Archives of Disease in Childhood, 1980.
–Free secretory component and lactoferrin of human milk inhibit the adhesion of enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli, L. G. GIUGLIANO, et al. J. Med. Microbiol, Vol. 42, 1995.
–Infections Acquired Through and Prevented by Human Milk, A. L. Morrow, PhD. Center for Epidemiologu and Biostatistics, Human Milk Research Program.
Antimicrobial Activity of Breastmilk Against Common Pediatric Pathogens, Esperanza F. Rivera, M.D., et al. Phil J Microbiol Infect Dis 1989.
–Human Milk Inactivates Pathogens Individually, Additively, and Synergistically, Charles E. Isaacs. The Journal of Nutrition, 2005.
–The Effect of Nutritional Additives on Anti-Infective Factors in Human Milk, Richard Quan, et al. CLIN PEDIATR 1994.
–Retrospective review of serological testing of potential human milk donors, R. Cohen. Archives of disease in childhood, Fetal and Neonatal edition, Vol. 95, Number 2. 2010.
–Storage of human milk and the influence of procedures on immunological components of human milk, RA Lawrence. Acta Peadiatrics 88.

Diseases
–Chicken Pox Vaccine, What you need to know. Department of Health and Human Services. Center for Disease Control. Vaccine Information Statement (Interim) Varicella Vaccine (3/13/08) 42 U.S.C. §300aa-26.
–Infant Feeding in the Context of HIV. World Health Organization, Annex 6.
–Rotavirus epidemic & its vaccination, E. Shim, et al.
–Nuclear Acid Amplification Testing for HIV, Medical Directors and Charge Technologists of Hospital Transfusion Services – Scientific Document. 2001.
–Hepatitis B and breastfeeding, A statement prepared jointly by the Global Programme for Vaccines and Immunization (GPV) and the Divisions of Child Health and Development (CHD), and Reproductive Health (Technical Support ) (RHT) World Health Organization. November 1996.
–Sample Syphilis Treatment Protocol, Minnesota Department of Health, STD and HIV Section, Syphilis Elimination Project. April 2007.
–HIV and Infant Feeding, Guidelines for decision-makers. UNICEF, UNAIDS, WHO, UNFPA. 2003.
–Guidelines on HIV and Infant Feeding, Principles and recommendations for infant feeding in the context of HIV and a summary of evidence. UNICEF, UNAIDS, WHO, UNFPA. 2010.
–HTLV-1 Antibody Testing, Director, Center for Biologics Evalutiation and Research. 1988.
–Taking Another Look at Global Policy on HIV and infant feeding 1985 – 2008, Pamela Morrison IBCLC.
–Infant Feeding in the Context of HIV Infection, PMTCT– Generic Training Package Participant Manual, Module 6. January 2008.
–Viral, Nutritional, and Bacterial Safety of Flash-Heated and Pretoria-Pasteurized Breast Milk to Prevent Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV in Resource-Poor Countries, A Pilot Study, Kiersten Israel-Ballard, MPH, et al. Acquir Immune Defic Syndr, Volume 40, Number 2. October 2005.
–Transmission Rates of Viral Contaminants, Microbial contaminants or nucleic acid detected in human milk – Research – Microbiolog, LaTrobe. 2010.
–Evidence for Mother-to-Child Transmission of Human T Lymphotropic Virus Type II, Renu B. Lal, et al. The Journal of Infectious Diseases, Vol. 168, No 3. September 1993.
Mastitis, Causes and Management. DEPARTMENT OF CHILD AND ADOLESCENT
HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENT, World Health Organization. 2002.
–Chronic fatigue syndrome clinical practice guidelines: psychological factors, James D Hundertmark. MJA, Vol. 177. Novemner 2002.
–HTLV-I/II INFORMATION SHEET, Blood Systems.
–Human T-Lymphotrophic Virus Types I and II Testing. ARUP Laboratories. 2006-2010.
–Human cytomegalovirus infections in premature infants
by breastfeeding, Kei Numazaki. African Journal of Biotechnology Vol. 4 (9), pp.867-872, September 2005.
Congenital Diseases Leanring Guide, Abbott Diagnostics. 2001.
–Cytomegalovirus in the neonate, Catherine S. Peckham. Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy (1989) 23, Suppl. E, 17-21
–HTLV infection and its implication in gynaecology and obstetrics, Ioannis Mylonas. Arch Gynecol Obstet. 2010.
–Effect of Freeze-Thawing Breast Milk on Verical HTLV-I Transmission from Seropositive Mothers to Children, Ando Yoshiya. Japanese Journal of Cancer Research, Vol. 80, Number 5. 1989.

Ethics:
-Gribble KD, Hausman BL. Milk sharing and formula feeding: Infant feeding risks in comparative perspective. AMJ 2012, 5, 5, 275-283. http//dx.doi.org/10.4066/AMJ.2012.1222.
-Akre, James E., Karleen D. Gribble, and Maureen Minchin. “Milk Sharing: From Private Practice to Public Pursuit.” Int Breastfeed J International Breastfeeding Journal 6.1 (2011): 8. Web.

Milk Bank Forms and Statements:
–Donor Screening Form, Milk Matters.
–Breastmilk Donor Information, Milk Matters.
–Human Milk Banking, INFACT Canada. The Milk of Human Kindness: The History of Milk Banking in Canada. 2003.
–Donor Human Milk: Ensuring Safety and Ethical Allocation, Human Milk Banking Association of North America.
–Human Milk Banking–Facts and Issues to Resolve, Willemijn E. Corpeleijn et al. Nutrients, 2010.
–HUMAN MILK BANKING ASSOCIATION OF NORTH AMERICA, Pauline Sakamoto MS, PHN, RN.
–Milk banking: an idea that has come of age Non-profit milk banks, Nicole J. Bernshaw, MSc, IBCLC. 2006.
–Donor Milk Program Fact Sheet, WakeMed Lactation Center and Mother’s Milk Banks.
–Human Milk Banking: Considerations related to Human Immunodeficiency Virus, Kenneth L. Dominguez, MD, MPH. Epidemiology Branch, Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention, NCHHSTP, CDC
–Human Donor Milk: The Canadian Experience, Dr Sharon Unger, MD, FRCP. University of Toronto, Mount Sinai Hospital.
–The Value of Human Milk, HMBANA Position Paper on Donor Milk Banking.
–Indiana Mothers’ Milk Bank – All Grown UP! Human Milk Bank Association of North America. HMBANA Matters Volume 7, September 2010.
–Illness and Medication Form, WakeMed Mothers’ Milk Bank.
–Potential Risk which could be associated with Consumption of some Human Breast Milk, William Rodriguez, MD, PhD, Science Director Office of Pediatric Therapeutics OC/FDA.
–Hot Topics in Infant Feeding: Successfully Serving the NICU Graduate, Kathleen A. Marinelli MD, IBCLC, FABM. Connecticut Children’s Neonatal Perinatal Conference.
–Donor breast milk banks: the operation of donor milk bank services, National Institute for health and Clinical Excellence. February 2010.
–Using Donor Human Milk in Extremely Premature Infants, Prolacta Biosceince. December 2006.
–Banked Human Milk, FDA Working Group.

Miscellaneous:
–Effect of Environmental Conditions on Unpasteurized Donor Human Milk, David J. Rechtman, et al. Breastfeeding Medicine, Volume 1, Number 1, 2006.
–John W. Sedat, PhD, UCSF, Professor Emeritus, Department of Biochemstry and Biophysics. Letter of concern. April 6, 2010.
–GUIDING PRINCIPLES FOR FEEDING NON-BREASTFED CHILDREN 6-24 MONTHS OF AGE, World Health Organization. 2005.
–NUTRIENT ADEQUACY OF EXCLUSIVE BREASTFEEDING FOR THE TERM INFANT DURING THE FIRST SIX MONTHS OF LIFE, WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION. 2002.
–Effect of Environmental Conditions on Unpasteurized Donor Human Milk DAVID J. RECHTMAN et al, BREASTFEEDING MEDICINE Volume 1, Number 1, 2006.
–Keep Hands Clean, United States Department of Agriculture, Food Safety and Inspection Service. July 2007.
–Biosafety in Microbiological and Biomedical Laboratories, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service Centers for Disease Control and Prevention National Institutes of Health HHS Publication No. (CDC) 21-1112 Revised December 2009. 5th Edition. Section VII, Occupational Health and Immunoprophylaxis
–THE LACTATIONAL AMENORRHEA METHOD (LAM): A Postpartum Contraceptive Choice for Women Who Breastfeed. USAID: From the American People and Access.
–Safe preparation, storage and handling of powdered infant formula
Guidelines, World Health Organization in collaboration with Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. 2007.
–Growth of Reconstructed Condyle in HFM. Malliken et al, Cleft Palate Journal, October 1989, Vol. 26 No. 4
Malocclusion in the deciduous dentition of Caucasianchildren.
Pascal Tschill et al, European Journal of Orthodontics 19 (1997) 361-367 9 1997 European Orth odontic Society.
–STANDARD FOR INFANT FORMULA AND FORMULAS FOR SPECIAL MEDICAL PURPOSES INTENDED FOR INFANTS. CODEX STAN 72 – 1981. Revision 2007.
–CODE OF HYGIENIC PRACTICE FOR POWDERED FORMULAE FOR INFANTS AND YOUNG
CHILDREN. CAC/RCP 66 – 2008.
–Standards for Maternal and Neonatal Care. Department of Making Pregnancy Safer, World Health Organization. 2006.
–Packing Milk for Shipping. WakeMed. Mothers’ Milk Bank.
–Newborn Infants Dental Concerns, Lawrence Kotlow DDS 2010.
–Does Your Child Need a Revision of the Lingual Frenum? Lawrence A. Kotlow D.D.S. P.C.
–Why can’t my baby breastfeed: The effects of an abnormal maxillary
frenum attachment. Lawrence Kotlow DDS.
–Oral Diagnosis of AbnormalFrenum Attachments in Neonates and Infants: Evaluation and treatment of the maxillary frenum using the erbium: Yag laser, Lawrence A. Kotlow, DDS. The Journal of the Academy of Laser Dentistry, 2005 Volume 13, Issue 1.
–Guidelines for Breastmilk in Child Care. North Dakota CCR&R, 2010.
–WHO Code External FAQs, Medela.
–Apply the Heat Chart, FDA. Resources for you.
–Nuttige information voor de donor, Rode Kruis Vlaanderen. 2008_005) DOC-02019[A]

Nutrition:
–BREASTFEEDING AND HEALTHY EATING IN PREGNANCY AND LACTATION, Report on a WHO workshop, Arkhangelsk, Russian Federation 5–8. October 1998.
–Effect of megavitamin treatment on mental performance and plasma vitamin B6 concentrations in mentally retarded young adults, Stephen P Coburn et al, The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 38: SEPTEMBER 1983, pp 352-355. Printed in USA. 1983.
–Breastfeeding and Maternal Nutrition: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ), LINKAGES. July 2004.
–The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Is maternal diet supplementation beneficial? Optimal developmentof infant depends on mother’s diet, Steven H Zeisel. Am J Clin Nutr 2009;89(suppl):685S–7S. Printed in USA. 2009 American Society for Nutrition 685S.
–Healthy Eating during Pregnancy and Breastfeeding, Booklet for mothers,
World Health Organization. 2001.
–Is maternal diet supplementation beneficial? Optimal development of infant depends on mother’s diet, Steven H Zeisel. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 89(supple):685S–7S. 2009.
–GUIDING PRINCIPLES FOR FEEDING NON-BREASTFED CHILDREN 6-24 MONTHS OF AGE, Department of Child and Adolescent Health and Development (CAH), World Health Organization. 2005.
–NUTRIENT ADEQUACY OF EXCLUSIVE BREASTFEEDING FOR THE TERM INFANT DURING THE FIRST SIX MONTHS OF LIFE, DEPARTMENT OF NUTRITION FOR HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT OF CHILD AND ADOLESCENT HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENT, WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION. 2002.
–Abbott Nutrition, Pediatric Nutrition. Product Guide, 2009.

Pasteurization:
Pasteurization Information, Breastmilk Donations. Get Pumped.
–Viral, Nutritional, and Bacterial Safety of Flash-heated and Pretoria
Pasteurized Breast Milk to Prevent Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV
in Resource-Poor Countries: A Pilot Study, Kirsten Ballard et al, XV International AIDS Conference Bangkok, Thailand. July 2004.
-Flash-heated and Pretoria Pasteurized destroys HIV in breast milk & Preserves Nutrients, K. Israel-Ballard. Advanced Biotech, September 2008.
–Milk Pasteurization, Types of Pasteurizing Plant. WHO International.
–Influence of the heat treatment of human milk on some of its protective constituents, J. E. Ford, PhD., D. Sc. The Journal of Pediatrics. January 1977.
–Flash-Heat Inactivation of HIV-1 in Human Milk, A Potential Method to Reduce Postnatal Transmission in Developing Countries, Kirsten Ballard, MPH et al. Brief Report: Clinical Science.
–Flash-Heat Inactivation of HIV-1 in Human Milk, A Potential Method to Reduce Postnatal Transmission in Developing Countries, B. S. Jeffery, K.G. Mercer. Journal of Tropical Pediatrics. Volume 46. August 2000.
Immunologic Factors in Human Milk: The Effects of Gestational Age and Pasteurization, Alvaro Koenig et al. Journal of Human Lactation 17: 152. 2001.
–Donor Milk: What’s in It and What’s Not, Douglas B. Tully et al. Journal of Human Lactation 21: 439. 2005.
–Infant feeding practices among HIV-positive women in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, indicate a need for more intensive infant feeding counseling, Sera L Young et al. NS Public Health Nutrition. 2010.
Pasteurization of mother’s own milk reduces fat absorption and growth in preterm infants, Y. Andersson et al. Acta Paediatrica. 2007.
–Viral, Nutritional, and Bacterial Safety of Flash-Heated and Pretoria-Pasteurized Breast Milk to Prevent Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV in
Resource-Poor Countries A Pilot Study Kiersten Israel-Ballard, MPH et al. Acquir Immune Defic Sydr Volume 40, Number 2. October 2005.
–Effect of Flash-Heat Treatment on Immunoglobulins in Breast Milk Caroline J. Chantry, MD. et al. Acquir Immune Syndr, Volume 51, Numner 3. July 2009.
–Inactivation of Cell-Associated and Cell-Free HIV-1 by Flash-Heat Treatment of Breast Milk, Mylene L. Volk, MS et al. Letter to the Editor, Acuir Immune Defic Syndr, Volume 53, Number 5. April 2010.
–Vitamin Content of Breast Milk From HIV-1–Infected Mothers Before and After Flash-Heat Treatment, Kiersten A. Israel-Ballard, DrPH, et al. Acquir Immune Defic Syndr., Volume 48, Number 4. August 2008.
–Flash-Heat Inactivation of HIV-1 in Human Milk, A Potential Method to Reduce Postnatal Transmission in Developing Countries, Kiersten Israel-Ballard, MPH et al. Acquir Immune Defic Syndr, Volume 45, Number 2. July 2007.
–TaqMan RT-PCR and VERSANT® HIV-1 RNA 3.0 (bDNA) assay Quantification of HIV-1 RNA viral load in breast milk, Kiersten Israel-Ballard et al. Journal of Clinical Virology 34, 2005.
–Acceptability of Heat Treating Breast Milk to Prevent Mother-to-Child
Transmission of Human Immunodeficiency Virus in Zimbabwe: A Qualitative Study, Kiersten A. Israel-Ballard, MPH, et al. Journal of Human Lactation 22(1), 2006.
–Bacterial Safety of Flash-heated and Unheated Expressed Breastmilk during Storage, K. Israel-Ballard et al. Oxford University Press. 2006.
–Heat Treatment of Expressed Breast Milk Is a Feasible Option for Feeding HIV-Exposed, Uninfected Children after 6 Months of Age in Rural Zimbabwe,
Mduduzi N. N. Mbuya, et al. The Journal of Nutrition, June 2010.
–BreastMilk Pasteurization: Appropriate Assays to Detect HIV Inactivation
Caroline J. Chantry, et al. Letter to the Editor. Hindawi Publishing Corporation, Infectious Diseases in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 2006.
PASTEURIZATION OF BREASTMILK, Pamela Morrison.
Antimicrobial and Antiviral Effect of High-Temperature Short-Time (HTST) Pasteurization Applied to Human Milk, FOKKE G. TERPSTRA et al. Breastfeeding Medicine, Volume 2, Number 1, 2007.
–THE INACTIVATION OF PANCREATIC LIPASE BY HEAT, IVOR HENDERSON McGILLIVRAY. Muspratt Laboratory of Physical and Electro-chemistry, University of Literpool. 1930.
–Flash-heating breast milk is feasible in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, Sera Young, et al. URC.
–Flash-heat Inactivation of HIV-1 in Breast Milk, M.L. Volk, et al. California Department of Public Health.

Premies
–Is Ingestion of Milk-Associated Bacteria by Premature Infants Fed Raw Human Milk Controlled by Routine Bacteriologic Screening? BARBARA J. LAW, et al. JOURNAL OF CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY, JUlY 1989.
–Standard Nutritional Protocol of Human Milk-Based Birth Weight Pre-term Infants Prolact+ H2MF for Very Low. Prolacta.
–What is breastmilk fortifier? Compiled by Newborn Services National Women’s Health, Auckland City Hospital. Updated November 2004.
–Nutritional Support of the Very Low Birth Weight Infant, Quality Improvement Toolkit, California Perinatal Quality Care Collaborative. Rev. 2008.
–Anemia of prematurity, W Michael Southgate, MD. e.medicine, Neonatology. 2002.
–Optimal feeding of low-birth-weight infants, technical review, Karen Edmond, MBBS, MSc (Epidemiology), PhD, Rajiv Bahl, MD, PhD. World Health Organization. 2006.
–Early Nutrition and Weight Gain in Preterm Infants with Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia, A Senior Honors Thesis Presented in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Science in Nursing with Distinction. College of Nursing of The Ohio State University, Cara Marie Karn. 2004.
–Individualized Developmental Care for the Very Low-Birth-Weight Preterm Infant, Medical and Neurofunctional Effects, Heidelise Als, PhD, et al. JAMA, September 21, 1994, Vol. 272, No 11.
–Is Ingestion of Milk-Associated Bacteria by Premature Infants Fed Raw Human Milk Controlled by Routine Bacteriologic Screening? BARBARA J. LAW, et al. JOURNAL OF CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY, JUlY 1989. P. 1560-1566.
–An Exclusively Human Milk-Based Diet Is Associated with a Lower Rate of Necrotizing Enterocolitis than a Diet of Human Milk and Bovine, Milk-Based Products, Sandra Sullivan, et al. The Journal of Pediatrics, Vol. 156, No. 4 April 2010
–Effects of a Human Milk Derived Human Milk Fortifier n the Antibaterial Actions of Human Milk, Gary M. Chan, et al. Breastfeeding Medicine, Volume 2, Number 4, 2007.
–The Use of Colostrum and Human Milk for Oral Care in the
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Diane L. Spatz, PhD RNC FAAN, and Taryn M. Edwards, BSN RNCNational Association of Neonatal Nurses, Vol. 1, Issue 4, September 2009.
–Optimizing Donor Milk Quality for Preterm Infants, Lukas Christen. University of Western Australia, Perth (Australia).
–Improving Outcomes for NICU Infants with Human Milk, Professor Paula P. Meier, RN, DNSc, FAAN. Rush University Medical Center, Chicago (USA).
–Zonulin and Its Regulation of Intestinal Barrier Function: The Biological Door to Inflammation, Autoimmunity, and Cancer, ALESSIO FASANO.Physiol Rev • VOL 91 • JANUARY 2011
–Randomized Trial of Donor Human Milk Versus Preterm Formula as Substitutes, for Mothers’ Own Milk in the Feeding of Extremely Premature Infants, Richard J. Schanler, et al. PEDIATRICS Vol. 116 No. 2 August 2005.

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