Factors affecting gut microbiota in early infancy

Smita Hemant Nilakhe, Vaijayanti Rajiv Sapre

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The colonization of the infant gut starts prior to birth and continues throughout the life. Specific factors may influence the microbial composition in infants. A Particular focus  of interest of this review article was the impact of specific factors on development of gut microbiota  in early infancy such as mother’s gut microbiota, mode of delivery , mode of feeding , hygieneic measures, antibiotic administration in early infancy which may influence this process.

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infants, early infancy, influence

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