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Title: The Evolving Microbiome from Pregnancy to Early Infancy: A Comprehensive Review
Author: Mesa, María Dolores
Loureiro, Begoña
Iglesia, Iris
Fernandez Gonzalez, Sergi
Llurba Olivé, Elisa
García Algar, Óscar
Solana, María José
Cabero Perez, Mª Jesús
Sainz, Talia
Martinez, Leopoldo
Escuder-Vieco, Diana
Parra-Llorca, Anna
Sánchez-Campillo, María
Rodriguez Martinez, Gerardo
Gómez Roig, Ma. Dolores
Perez Gruz, Myriam
Andreu-Fernández, Vicente
Clotet, Jordi
Sailer, Sebastian
Iglesias Platas, Isabel
López-Herce, Jesús
Aras López, Rosa
Pallás-Alonso, Carmen
Saenz de Pipaon, Miguel
Vento, Máximo
Gormaz, María
Larqué Daza, Elvira
Calvo, Cristina
Cabañas, Fernando
Keywords: Embaràs
Malalts en estat crític
Critically ill
Issue Date: 2-Jan-2020
Publisher: MDPI
Abstract: Pregnancy induces a number of immunological, hormonal, and metabolic changes that are necessary for the mother to adapt her body to this new physiological situation. The microbiome of the mother, the placenta and the fetus influence the fetus growth and undoubtedly plays a major role in the adequate development of the newborn infant. Hence, the microbiome modulates the inflammatory mechanisms related to physiological and pathological processes that are involved in the perinatal progress through different mechanisms. The present review summarizes the actual knowledge related to physiological changes in the microbiota occurring in the mother, the fetus, and the child, both during neonatal period and beyond. In addition, we approach some specific pathological situations during the perinatal periods, as well as the influence of the type of delivery and feeding.
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It is part of: Nutrients, 2020, vol. 12, num. 1, p. 133
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ISSN: 2072-6643
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