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Can fecal transplantation restore the microbiota of Caesarean-born infants?

A new study published in Cell shows that the gut microbiota of infants born by Caesarean section can be restored through a fecal microbiota transplant from their mothers. The result is a gut microbiota resembling that of vaginally born infants.   The gut microbiota of infants born by Caes...
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Childhood immune system: the benefits of vaginal delivery

Vaginal delivery promotes the transmission of maternal microbiota, whose composition is involved in the development of newborns’ immune system, especially through the lipopolysaccharide biosynthesis pathway.   19.1% of deliveries worldwide are performed by C-section. This number rises to ...
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The maternal influence on the establishment of the fetal microbiota

Not all maternal-fetal interactions are known, particularly microbial interactions in such a protected environment as the placenta. A Finnish team has investigated the maternal influence on the fetal microbiota, whose immunological benefit is yet to be determined.   The human placenta ha...
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