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Effect of infection on food intake and the nutritional state: perspectives as viewed from the viIlage
Data from a prospective study of a Guatemalan village population revealed an exceedingly high force of infection which may affect nutrition and growth from gestation onward. Maternal morbidity was higher and fetal antigenic ...
Antenatal events and postnatal growth and survival of children in a rural Guatemalan village
(Annals of human biology, 1976, VOL. 3, NO. 4, 303-315, 1976-07-03)
The biological features of all pregnant women and newborn infants in a typical rural village of Guatemala have been studied from 1964 to the present; 458 pregnancies have been analysed. The mothers averaged 143'1 em in ...
Breast-feeding, weaning and the diarrhoeal syndrome in a Guatemalan Indian village
(Ciba Foundation Symposium 42 (new series) published July 1976 by Elsevier/Excerpta Medica/North-Holland. pp.311-338., 1976)
Prospective studies in Mayan Indian children living in their natural setting were carried out from 1964 through 1974; observations began at birth and extended at least throughout the first three years of life. Adequate ...
Secretory antibody directed against rotavirus in human milk—measurement by means of enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay
(The Journal of Peditrics: 93(6): 916-921. 1978, 1978-12)
Human milk contains antibodies to a variety of enteropathic agents. We utilized the method of enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay to investigate anti-rotavirus secretory IgA in 113 human milk and colostral specimens from a ...
Epidemiology of rotaviruses in a cohort of 45 Guatemalan Mayan Indian children observed from birth to the age of three years
(The Journal of Infectious Diseases 148(3) 452-461, 1983-09)
Chort of 45 children was observed from birth to three years of age in their natural ecosystem to determine patterns of infection, morbidity, and growth. Data from enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay analysis for rotavirus ...