Das Mikrobiom des infizierten Magens und Duodenums

This review provides a concise overview on the current knowledge of Helicobacter pylori and other bacteria in the relationship with gastroduodenal pathologies

C. Schulz

2018

Scholarcy highlights

  • With the discovery of Helicobacter pylori, the concept of the stomach being a sterile organ changed for the first time
  • The use of modern nucleotide sequencing and culture-independent techniques as well as animal studies suggest an influence of bacteria other than Helicobacter plyori on gastroduodenal pathologies
  • This review provides a concise overview on the current knowledge of Helicobacter pylori and other bacteria in the relationship with gastroduodenal pathologies
  • previous research Correlation of T cell response and bacterial clearance in human volunteers challenged with helicobacter pylori revealed by randomised controlled vaccination with Ty21a-based Salmonella vaccines
  • Yamaoka Y, Souchek J, Odenbreit S et al Discrimination between cases of duodenal ulcer and gastritis on the basis of putative virulence factors of helicobacter pylori

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