Co-author Dr Sreeram Ramagopalan, a lecturer in neuroscience at Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, part of Queen Mary, said: "By showing that month of birth has a measurable impact on in utero immune system development, this study provides a potential biological explanation for the widely observed "month of birth" effect in MS.
What does MOB stand for?
MOB stands for Month of Birth
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- Mobile Operating Business
- Mobile Phone
- Mobile, AL, USA - Mobile Municipal (Airport Code)
- Money Order Branch (various nations)
- Money Over Bitches (Tupac Shakur)
- Monster (Everquest slang)
- Monster or Beast (gaming, MMORPG)
- Monster Owners Belgium
- Months on Book (finance)
- Moose on Bikes (Motorcycle Club)
- Morbidly Obese
- Mother of the Baby
- Mother of the Bride
- Mothers Opposing Bush
- Motor Outbound (oil and gas industry)
- Mouvement pour l'Organisation de la Bretagne (French: Movement for the Organization of Britain; est. 1957)
- Movable Object Block (computer graphics)
- Multimedia Outlet Box
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Co-author Dr Sreeram Ramagopalan, a lecturer in neuroscience at Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, part of Queen Mary, said that by showing that month of birth has a measurable impact on in utero immune system development, the study provides a potential biological explanation for the widely observed "month of birth" effect in MS.
There have been numerous month of birth studies in relation to allergy published over the last 30 years.
It reveals that even month of birth can affect a person's chance of success.
We will be looking to see if there's any relationship between these factors and the month of birth - in other words, if it's possible for some people to be 'born lucky'.
THE month of birth may be linked to an increased risk of Crohn's disease later in childhood.
The infant, known as Baby Fae, was born with hypoplastic left heart syndrome, a congenital heart malformation that kills most babies within a month of birth.