Cessation of exclusive breastfeeding and seasonality, but not small intestinal bacterial overgrowth, are associated with environmental enteric dysfunction: A birth cohort study amongst infants in rural Kenya.

Crane, Rosie J; Parker, Edward PK; Fleming, Simon; Gwela, Agnes; Gumbi, Wilson; Ngoi, Joyce M; de Laurent, Zaydah R; Nyatichi, Emily; Ngari, Moses; Wambua, Juliana; +2 more... Uhlig, Holm H; Berkley, James A; (2022) Cessation of exclusive breastfeeding and seasonality, but not small intestinal bacterial overgrowth, are associated with environmental enteric dysfunction: A birth cohort study amongst infants in rural Kenya. EClinicalMedicine, 47. p. 101403. ISSN 2589-5370 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.eclinm.2022.101403

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Faculty and Department Faculty of Infectious and Tropical Diseases > Dept of Clinical Research
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