Intestinal Microbiome: Functional Aspects in Health and Disease
88th Nestlé Nutrition Institute Workshop, Playa del Carmen, September 2016
Editor(s): Isolauri E. (Turku)
Sherman P.M. (Toronto, Ont.)
Walker W.A. (Charlestown, Mass.)
Publication year: 2017
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Nestlé Nutrition Institute Workshop Series , Vol. 88
XIV + 176 p., 22 fig., 4 in color, 9 tab., hard cover, 2017
The first part of this publication focuses on the development of the human microbiome in utero and the importance of normal colonization of the newborn gut in immune development and disease prevention. The second section deals with the normal development of gut microbiota and with clinical conditions associated with dysbiosis. The final chapters cover various aspects of human milk evolution and oligosaccharides.