Human Milk Oligosaccharides: New Ways to Shape the Gut Microbiome in Cows’ Milk Protein Allergy

Prof O’Mahony began by discussing how the human gut is colonised by a wide diversity of microbes. He went on to review the evidence for how they exhibit highly evolved synergistic relationships to provide essential biological functions to the host and how the gut microbiome is influenced by many factors in early life. Prof Renz proceeded to describe the importance of establishing a s...

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