Session XI. Nutrition and immune development.
Wednesday 12th September
15.30 - 17.30 h.
Great Hall (Ground Floor)
Tucumán University. CONICET-Cerela. Tucumán. Argentina.
Francisco José Pérez-Cano
Department of Biochemistry and Physiology. Faculty of Pharmacy and Food Sciences. University of Barcelona. Spain.
Breast milk oligosaccharides and the developing immune system.
University of Illinois. United States of America.
Breast feeding, microbiota and immune development in early life.
Dept . Pharmacology. Utrecht Institute for Pharmaceutical Sciences. Faculty of Science. Utrecht University. The Netherlands. Nutricia Research. The Netherlands.
Biography not available
T-cell development in malnutrition: consequences for acute infections
Full Researcher. Laboratory on Thymus Research, Director of the Oswaldo Cruz Institute. Oswaldo Cruz Foundation. Rio de Janeiro. Brazil.
380/34 Intrauterine growth restriction induced by maternal low-protein diet during pregnancy is associated with alterations of Intrathymic Thymocyte distribution in offspring.
380/43 Probiotic Ganeden BC30 promotes innate immune response in Mexican children after 3 months of consumption.