Immune programming in early life may affect the risk of developing immune-related diseases later in life. Children born by cesarean section seem to be at higher risk of asthma, allergic rhinitis, and type-1 diabetes. We hypothesized that delivery by cesarean section may affect immune maturation in newborns. The objective of the study was to profile innate and adaptive immune cell subsets in cord blood of children born by cesarean section or natural birth.
|Issue number||Supplement s99|
|Number of pages||1|
|Publication status||Published - 2014|
|Event||European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology Congress 2014 - Copenhagen, Denmark|
Duration: 7 Jun 2014 → 11 Jun 2014
|Conference||European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology Congress 2014|
|Period||07/06/2014 → 11/06/2014|
Bibliographical noteAbstract for poster discussion
Thysen, A. H., Larsen, J. M., Rasmussen, M. A., Stokholm, J., Bønnelykke, K., Pedersen, S. B., & Bisgaard, H. F. (2014). Cesarean section imprints cord blood immune cell distributions. Allergy, 69(Supplement s99), 192-192. .