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Breastfeeding and Formula Feeding Infants [Working Title]
Breast milk represents nature's best mechanism to provide complete nourishment and protection to the newborn. Human breast milk acts as a store house of an array of bioactive factors, which includes antimicrobial proteins and antimicrobial peptides that confer early protection while lowering the incidence of developing various infections and exhibiting immune modulation property to activate the immune cells to fight against the invading pathogens. Among the bioactive peptides, endogenousdoi:10.5772/intechopen.91865 fatcat:4au5m2ewwvbwbekf2rcq5mqbze