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Maternal prenatal and/or postnatal n-3 fish oil supplementation for preventing allergies in early childhood

  • Protocol
  • Intervention

Authors

  • Anoja W Gunaratne,

    1. Women's and Children's Health Research Institute, Flinders Medical Centre, Child Nutrition Research Centre, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
    2. The University of Adelaide, Discipline of Paediatrics, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
    3. Women's and Children's Health Research Institute, Women's and Children's Hospital, Child Nutrition Research Centre, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
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  • Maria Makrides,

    1. Women's and Children's Health Research Institute, Flinders Medical Centre, Child Nutrition Research Centre, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
    2. The University of Adelaide, Discipline of Paediatrics, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
    3. Women's and Children's Health Research Institute, Women's and Children's Hospital, Child Nutrition Research Centre, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
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  • Carmel T Collins

    Corresponding author
    1. Women's and Children's Health Research Institute, Flinders Medical Centre, Child Nutrition Research Centre, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
    2. The University of Adelaide, Discipline of Paediatrics, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
    3. Women's and Children's Health Research Institute, Women's and Children's Hospital, Child Nutrition Research Centre, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
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Abstract

This is the protocol for a review and there is no abstract. The objectives are as follows:

To assess the effect of n-3 LCPUFA supplementation in mothers during pregnancy or lactation on allergy outcomes in their children.

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