Study Improving The Mother's Immune System
|Study Improving The Mother's Immune System||Darrell Miller||01/11/17|
January 11, 2017 12:59 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (email@example.com)
Subject: Study Improving The Mother's Immune System
Recently a new research study has found an essential function of a particular kind of immune cells found in mothers uterine line. These particular cells were B lymphocytes which were found to aid in the resistance of preterm births that are caused from inflammation. The researchers found that the cells create antibodies which aid in the defense against infection.
- It is the top leading cause of infant death and also in developing long-term illnesses. It creates a number of financial and social burdens for both the parents and specialized personnel who treat the child.
- The team of scientists found that B lymphocytes create antibodies which help in the defense against infection in the mother’s body.
- The accomplishment was even more praised by his team, as the researchers reportedly encountered a series of problems throughout the project, which may have ultimately led to the failure of the project, should the Chen have been less capable.
"While preterm birth — defined as a birth taking place before the 37th week of pregnancy — is a complex condition, there are two causes which the specialists identified to be responsible for it: infection of the mother and ensuing inflammation."