How is breastfeeding effects the infant gut microbiome? Breast milk has unique sugars called Human Milk Oligosaccharides (or HMOs), which cannot be digested by the baby and basically serve as nutrients for its gut bacteria.  Our lab studies which gut bacteria can utilize which HMO, and how is that different across individuals.

Moran Yassour | 3th March 2019

Breast milk has unique sugars called Human Milk Oligosaccharides (or HMOs), which cannot be digested by the baby and basically serve as nutrients for its gut bacteria. 

Our lab studies which gut bacteria can utilize which HMO, and how is that different across individuals. basically serve as nutrients for its gut bacteria. 

Our lab studies which gut bacteria can utilize which HMO, and how is that different across individuals.

How is breastfeeding effects the infant gut microbiome?

Breast milk has unique sugars called Human Milk Oligosaccharides (or HMOs), which cannot be digested by the baby and basically serve as nutrients for its gut bacteria. 

Our lab studies which gut bacteria can utilize which HMO, and how is that different across individuals.  cannot be digested by the baby and basically serve as nutrients for its gut bacteria.  Our lab studies which gut bacteria can utilize which HMO, and how is that different across individuals.

Breast milk has unique sugars called Human Milk Oligosaccharides (or HMOs), which cannot be digested by the baby and basically serve as nutrients for its gut bacteria. 

Our lab studies which gut bacteria can utilize which HMO, and how is that different across individuals.  cannot be digested by the baby and basically serve as nutrients for its gut bacteria.  Our lab studies which gut bacteria can utilize which HMO, and how is that different across individuals.

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Breast milk has unique sugars called Human Milk Oligosaccharides (or HMOs), which cannot be digested by the baby and basically serve as nutrients for its gut bacteria. 

Our lab studies which gut bacteria can utilize which HMO, and how is that different across individuals. basically serve as nutrients for its gut bacteria. 

Our lab studies which gut bacteria can utilize which HMO, and how is that different across individuals.

How is breastfeeding effects the infant gut microbiome?

Breast milk has unique sugars called Human Milk Oligosaccharides (or HMOs), which cannot be digested by the baby and basically serve as nutrients for its gut bacteria. 

Our lab studies which gut bacteria can utilize which HMO, and how is that different across individuals.  cannot be digested by the baby and basically serve as nutrients for its gut bacteria.  Our lab studies which gut bacteria can utilize which HMO, and how is that different across individuals.

Breast milk has unique sugars called Human Milk Oligosaccharides (or HMOs), which cannot be digested by the baby and basically serve as nutrients for its gut bacteria. 

Our lab studies which gut bacteria can utilize which HMO, and how is that different across individuals.  cannot be digested by the baby and basically serve as nutrients for its gut bacteria.  Our lab studies which gut bacteria can utilize which HMO, and how is that different across individuals.

Breast milk has unique sugars called Human Milk Oligosaccharides (or HMOs), which cannot be digested by the baby and basically serve as nutrients for its gut bacteria. 

Our lab studies which gut bacteria can utilize which HMO, and how is that different across individuals. basically serve as nutrients for its gut bacteria. 

Our lab studies which gut bacteria can utilize which HMO, and how is that different across individuals.