Meconium

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A dark greenish mass that accumulates in the bowel during fetal life and is discharged shortly after birth.
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Colonization and Succession within the Human Gut Microbiome by Archaea, Bacteria, and Microeukaryotes during the First Year of Life
Delivery Mode and the Transition of Pioneering Gut-Microbiota Structure, Composition and Predicted Metabolic Function
Delivery Mode and the Transition of Pioneering Gut-Microbiota Structure, Composition and Predicted Metabolic Function
Delivery mode shapes the acquisition and structure of the initial microbiota across multiple body habitats in newborns
Diversified microbiota of meconium is affected by maternal diabetes status
Early-Life Events, Including Mode of Delivery and Type of Feeding, Siblings and Gender, Shape the Developing Gut Microbiota
Evolution in fecal bacterial/viral composition in infants of two central African countries (Gabon and Republic of the Congo) during their first month of life
Human gut colonisation may be initiated in utero by distinct microbial communities in the placenta and amniotic fluid
Initial meconium microbiome in Chinese neonates delivered naturally or by cesarean section
Maternal influence on the fetal microbiome in a population-based study of the first-pass meconium
Maturation of the infant microbiome community structure and function across multiple body sites and in relation to mode of delivery
Meconium microbiome analysis identifies bacteria correlated with premature birth
Meconium microbiome associates with the development of neonatal jaundice
Prenatal and Peripartum Exposure to Antibiotics and Cesarean Section Delivery Are Associated with Differences in Diversity and Composition of the Infant Meconium Microbiome
Prenatal and Peripartum Exposure to Antibiotics and Cesarean Section Delivery Are Associated with Differences in Diversity and Composition of the Infant Meconium Microbiome
Sensitive Quantitative Analysis of the Meconium Bacterial Microbiota in Healthy Term Infants Born Vaginally or by Cesarean Section
The early infant gut microbiome varies in association with a maternal high-fat diet