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Human Milk Intake (DTM)

The IAEA database on human milk intake contains data obtained by the deuterium oxide dose-to-mother (DTM) technique. The database is a compilation of individual data from studies conducted all over the World since the DTM technique was invented in the 1980s. The aim of the DTM database is to enable researchers to address innovative research questions related to human milk intake using this unique global dataset.

The database management group will lead the first publications.

Once the main papers have been published, investigators can request access to the IAEA database on human milk intake for research purposes. This site will include a Request Data button when the data can be requested.


How to submit data

Please contact us for any questions dtm-database@iaea.org

We invite you to explore the data availability in the interactive data overview below.

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