immune system develops quickly during the first 1000 days of life; it is well
known that both the establishment and maintenance of an optimal microbial
community is important for the development of the immune system and essential
to maintain health, especially in infants and children.1
factors such as mode of delivery, diet and use of antibiotics influence the
infant gut and immune system. These factors can cause an imbalance of the gut
microbiota known as dysbiosis, which impairs the development of the immune
system, resulting in a state of inflammation and potentially giving rise to
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