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Exosome-Derived MicroRNAs of Human Milk and Their Effects on Infant Health and Development

Melnik, Bodo C. ; Stremmel, Wolfgang ; Weiskirchen, Ralf ; John, Swen Malte ; Schmitz, Gerd


Multiple biologically active components of human milk support infant growth, health and development. Milk provides a wide spectrum of mammary epithelial cell-derived extracellular vesicles (MEVs) for the infant. Although the whole spectrum of MEVs appears to be of functional importance for the growing infant, the majority of recent studies report on the MEV subfraction of milk exosomes (MEX) and ...


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