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Table 2 The correlation among the frequency of diagnosis for clb + vs. clb– and provision of one month of mixed feeding vs. breastfeeding alone among the newborns who tested negative at birth or two to three days after birth. For each category, breakdown of the cases based on delivery methods is also given. Number of infants (n = 43)

From: Mother-to-infant transmission of the carcinogenic colibactin-producing bacteria

  No. of infants (n = 51)    
Feeding clb+ clb– Total OR (95 % CI) p-value
Breastfeeding alone 7 19 26 5.89 (0.65 to 53.11) 0.11
Natural delivery 7 16 23   
Cesarean section 0 3 3   
Mixed feeding with breastmilk and formula 1 16 17 1  
Natural delivery 1 11 12   
Cesarean section 0 5 5   
  1. OR: odds ratio, CI: confidence interval