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fresh human milk processed to protect RNA/DNA/Protein, pasteurized human milk, maternal saliva, and maternal/infant health data

Last modified: Tue, 08/18/2020 - 08:06

fresh human milk processed to protect RNA/DNA/Protein, pasteurized human milk, maternal saliva, and maternal/infant health data

Project Data

Contact Information

Main Point of Contact:

First Name: Kelley

Last Name: Baumgartel

Credentials: PhD, RN

Institutional Affiliation: Human Milk Science Institute and Biobank

Email: baumgartelk@duq.edu

Alternative Point of Contact:

First Name: Denise

Last Name: O’Connor

Credentials: BS, IBCLC

Institutional Affiliation: Mid-Atlantic Mothers’ Milk Bank

Email: Doconnor@midatlanticmilkbank.org

Study Information

Origin of Samples/Data: Human samples and/or data

Study Description: The purpose of the Human Milk Science Institute and Biobank is to progress lactation sciences by providing biological samples (human milk and saliva), and associated data.

Additional Information

Grant Source: Hillman Foundation

Data Information

Omic Data Available: No

Clinical and/or other data available?: Yes

Demographic information: Maternal/infant medical records Blood screening results Drug screening results Milk screening results

Phenotype(s): Reported from medical record of mother and/or infant

Data on additional variables: Questionnaires: Daytime sleepiness Exercise Stress

Sample Information

Samples available for prospective analysis: Yes

Whole Blood: No

Saliva: Yes

Serum: No

Other Tissue: Yes

Specify Other Tissue: Human milk (both pasteurized and fresh/treated)

Extracted DNA: No

Extracted RNA: No

Other Extracted Biological Material: No

Approximate Number of Samples: 500