The mother’s body makes ‘sprint bodies’ to protect the baby
Cincinnati: As soon as the baby opens the eye in this world, it is a variety of harmful germs, and naturally the mother -in -law’s antibodies help it.
Experts say that in the case of ‘super antibodies’, the great gift of the mother is supported by the baby. According to a report published in the weekly journal Nature, the natural defense system from the mother in the early days protects her from many diseases while helping the baby.
Although the vaccine granted to children also causes newborns, the utility of the super antibodies from the mother may be the most effective. Dr. Singh Singway, a specialist at the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, believes that the pregnancy process changes the structure and feature of several sugar (sugar) associated with antibodies. In this way, the newborn baby is protected from a variety of germs.
This process begins only when the child is in the uterus and understanding it will pave the way for the treatment of maternal and child infection. This research can also be the scope of anti -body therapy and other fields.
But the question is, where does the mother come from?
One answer is that when the mother is hopeful, the structure of a type of sugar on the antibody changes. Now this change changes the condition of the peaceful cells and they are ready to fight the germs of all sorts of germs. That is, this sugar can be called a super antibody switch.
Experts have discovered the same system in pregnant and non -pregnant rats. However, according to scientists, more research is underway.