Please find below recent publications from the Hartmann Human Lactation Research Group or search keywords to find the relevant publication.
Longitudinal study of pesticide residue levels in human milk from Western Australia during 12 months of lactation: Exposure assessment for infants.
Scientific Reports doi:10.1038/srep38355: (2016) | Download
Breastmilk Production in the First 4 Weeks after Birth of Term Infants
Nutrients - Special Issue Nutrients in Infancy 8(12):756: (2016) | Download
Determinants of body composition in breastfed infants using bioimpedance spectroscopy and ultrasound skinfolds, methods comparison
Pediatric Research (2016) | External Link
Leptin Levels Are Higher in Whole Compared to Skim Human Milk, Supporting a Cellular Contribution
Nutrients 8(11),711:; doi: 10.3390/nu8110711: 1-13 (2016) | Download
Pesticides in human milk of Western Australian women and their influence on infant growth outcomes: a cross-sectional study
Chemosphere 167: 247-254 (2017) | External Link
Comparison of gravimetric, creamatocrit and esterified fatty acid methods for determination of total fat content in human milk.
Food Chemistry 217: 505-510 (Feb 2017) | External Link
Colostrum and mature human milk of women from London, Moscow and Verona: determinants of immune composition.
Nutrients 8(11) 695: 1-14 (2016) | Download
Effects of maternal dietary egg intake during early lactation on human milk ovalbumin concentration: a randomized controlled trial.
Clinical & Experimental Allergy 12806: 1-9 (2016) | External Link
Levels of innate immune factors in preterm and term mothers breast milk during the 1st month postpartum.
British Journal of Nutrition 115:7: 1178-93 (2016) | External Link
Vacuum characteristics of the sucking cycle and relationships with milk removal from the breast in term infants.
Early Human Development 96: 1-6 (2016) | External Link