2016
DOI: 10.1007/s00394-016-1325-7
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Iron bioavailability from supplemented formula milk: effect of lactoferrin addition

Abstract: Considering the results obtained, supplementation with iron salts in excess of Lf appears to be the best way of iron supplementation of formula milk.

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“…The mathematical approach IPD applied to quantitative speciation studies using HPLC‐ICP‐MS , proved to be a very suitable tool to study iron metabolism and bioavailability in in vivo studies. The results obtained highlight that the combined use of trace element speciation with species quantification and nutrition studies via IPD with an ICP‐MS, offer a novel and powerful way for Fe metabolism.…”
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confidence: 99%
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“…The mathematical approach IPD applied to quantitative speciation studies using HPLC‐ICP‐MS , proved to be a very suitable tool to study iron metabolism and bioavailability in in vivo studies. The results obtained highlight that the combined use of trace element speciation with species quantification and nutrition studies via IPD with an ICP‐MS, offer a novel and powerful way for Fe metabolism.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It was suggested that lactoferrin (Lf), a major protein in human milk, could enhance iron absorption in the small intestine of infants . More recently, human milk studies have shown that iron is attached to lactoferrin apart from other proteins .…”
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“…A significant omission is the fact that there are no comprehensive data on the clinical significance of lactoferrin (LF) -a protein with unique biological properties that participates in iron metabolism, immune response modeling, growth factor regulation in relation to patients with PC [14,15].…”
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confidence: 99%