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Microbiota development and mucosal IgA responses during childhood in health and allergic disease

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Dzidic, M. (2019). Microbiota development and mucosal IgA responses during childhood in health and allergic disease [Tesis doctoral no publicada]. Universitat Politècnica de València. https://doi.org/10.4995/Thesis/10251/125479

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Title: Microbiota development and mucosal IgA responses during childhood in health and allergic disease
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Director(s): Collado Amores, María Carmen Mira Obrador, Alejandro
UPV Unit: Universitat Politècnica de València. Departamento de Biotecnología - Departament de Biotecnologia
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2019-07-17
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[ES] Antecedentes: Los patrones de colonización microbiana alterados durante la infancia pueden ser en parte responsables del aumento de enfermedades alérgicas en los países desarrollados. La microbiota intestinal difiere ...[+]


[CAT] Antecedents: S'ha proposat que els patrons de colonització microbiana alterats durant la infància podrien ser en part els responsables de l'augment de malalties al·lèrgiques als països desenvolupats. La microbiota ...[+]


[EN] Background: It has been proposed that altered microbial colonization patterns during infancy may be partly responsible for the increase of allergic diseases in developed countries. The gut microbiota differs in ...[+]
Subjects: Microbiology , Immunology , Microbiota , Infants , Infancy , Childhood , Allergies , Asthma , Antibodies , IgA , Gut microbiota , Oral Microbiota , Oral health , Childhood Caries , Breastmilk microbiota , Breastfeeding , Mode of Delivery , Antibiotics , Probiotics , Mother-Infant transmission , Passiv Immunization , 16S rRNA gene , 454 sequencing , Illumina sequencing , Flow cytometry based cell sorting , Total Bacterial Load , Bacterial Composition , Bacterial Diversity , IgA index , Cohort , Lactobacillus , Early microbiota development , Immune tolerance.
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DOI: 10.4995/Thesis/10251/125479
Type: Tesis doctoral

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