Rapid Gut Adaptation to Preterm Birth Involves Feeding-Related DNA Methylation Reprogramming of Intestinal Genes in Pigs.

Rapid Gut Adaptation to Preterm Birth Involves Feeding-Related DNA Methylation Reprogramming of Intestinal Genes in Pigs.

Following preterm start, the immature intestine operate and immunology should quickly adapt to deal with bacterial colonization and enteral milk feeding. We hypothesized that intestinal epigenetic modifications are concerned in the intestine response to preterm start and the primary feeding. Using piglets as fashions for infants, preterm, and time period pigs had been fed whole parenteral vitamin (TPN) or …

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