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Lactoferrin is a red iron-binding protein synthesized by neutrophils and glandular epithelial cells, found in many human secretions (as tears and milk), and retarding bacterial and fungal growth.
Lactoferrin is an iron-binding protein present in large quantities in colostrum and in breast milk, in external secretions and in polymorphonuclear leukocytes. Lactoferrin's main function is non-immune protection.
People use lactoferrin as medicine. Lactoferrin is most commonly used for low iron levels in women who are pregnant and for preventing blood infection (sepsis) in premature infants.