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ПЕРЕНОСИМОСТЬ ДЕТСКИХ МОЛОЧНЫХ СМЕСЕЙ И ПРОБЛЕМА КАЧЕСТВЕННОГО СОСТАВА БЕЛКА

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Аннотация

Процесс производства детских молочных смесей является сложным и многоступенчатым и включает этапы термической обработки. Имеются сведения о том, что разные режимы термической обработки оказывают влияние на структуру белково-углеводных комплексов, что может повлиять на степень усвоения белка смеси. Показано, что контакт сложных белковых агрегатов смеси с клетками пейеровых бляшек повышает риск развития аллергических реакций у предрасположенных к атопии детей раннего возраста. Рассматривается влияние денатурации белка детских молочных смесей на их переносимость.

 

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А. Шаафсма
Компания «ФризлендКампина», Москва, Российская Федерация - Лееварден, Нидерланды


А. А. Давыдовская
Компания «ФризлендКампина», Москва, Российская Федерация - Лееварден, Нидерланды


Т. И. Гаранкина
Компания «ФризлендКампина», Москва, Российская Федерация - Лееварден, Нидерланды


С. Г. Грибакин
Компания «ФризлендКампина», Москва, Российская Федерация - Лееварден, Нидерланды
Gribakin Sergey Germanovich, PhD, MD, professor, scientific consultant of a company “FrieslandCampina” Address: 115320, Moscow, Varshavskoye Shosse, 42, bldg. 3, Tel.: (495) 775-25-08, e-mail: gribakin@anika-ru.ru


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Для цитирования:


Шаафсма А., Давыдовская А.А., Гаранкина Т.И., Грибакин С.Г. ПЕРЕНОСИМОСТЬ ДЕТСКИХ МОЛОЧНЫХ СМЕСЕЙ И ПРОБЛЕМА КАЧЕСТВЕННОГО СОСТАВА БЕЛКА. Вопросы современной педиатрии. 2013;12(1):93-97. https://doi.org/10.15690/vsp.v12i1.562

For citation:


Shaafsma A., Davydovskaya A.A., Garankina T.I., Gribakin S.G. TOLERANCE OF MILK FORMULAS FOR INFANTS AND THE PROBLEM OF QUALITATIVE PROTEIN COMPOSITION. Current Pediatrics. 2013;12(1):93-97. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.15690/vsp.v12i1.562

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