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Adhesion and Invasion of Gastric Mucosa Epithelial Cells by Helicobacter pylori.
Huang Y, et al. Front Cell Infect Microbiol 2016 - Review. PMID 27921009 Free PMC article.
Therefore, to explore the process and mechanism of adhesion and invasion of gastric mucosa epithelial cells by H. pylori is particularly important. This review examines the relevant studies and describes evidence regarding the adhesion to and invasion of gastric mucosa epithelial cells by H. pylori....
Therefore, to explore the process and mechanism of adhesion and invasion of gastric mucosa epithelial cells by H. pylori is pa …
Unidentified curved bacilli in the stomach of patients with gastritis and peptic ulceration
Marshall BJ and Warren JR. Lancet 1984. PMID 6145023
Biopsy specimens were taken from intact areas of antral mucosa in 100 consecutive consenting patients presenting for gastroscopy. ...The bacteria were present in almost all patients with active chronic gastritis, duodenal ulcer, or gastric ulcer and thus may be an important factor in the aetiology of these diseases....
Biopsy specimens were taken from intact areas of antral mucosa in 100 consecutive consenting patients presenting for gastroscopy. ... …
Pathogenesis and clinical management of Helicobacter pylori gastric infection.
de Brito BB, et al. World J Gastroenterol 2019 - Review. PMID 31602159 Free PMC article.
The infection can be acquired by means of oral-oral or fecal-oral transmission, and the pathogen possesses various mechanisms that improve its capacity of mobility, adherence and manipulation of the gastric microenvironment, making possible the colonization of an organ with a highly acidic lumen. ...Although most H. pylori-positive individuals remain asymptomatic, the infection predisposes the development of various clinical conditions as peptic ulcers, gastric adenocarcinomas and mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue lymphomas. ...
The infection can be acquired by means of oral-oral or fecal-oral transmission, and the pathogen possesses various mechanisms that improve i …
Alterations of gastric mucosal microbiota across different stomach microhabitats in a cohort of 276 patients with gastric cancer.
Liu X, et al. EBioMedicine 2019. PMID 30584008 Free PMC article.
We aimed to characterize differences of gastric microbiota in stomach microhabitats associated with gastric cancer (GC) development. ...INTERPRETATION: Our present study provided new insights into the roles of gastric microbiota in different stomach microhabitats in gastric carcinogenesis, especially the pathogenesis of HP. ...
We aimed to characterize differences of gastric microbiota in stomach microhabitats associated with gastric cancer (GC) develo …
Gastric Microbiota.
Ianiro G, et al. Helicobacter 2015 - Review. PMID 26372828
In 2015, evolving data shows that H. pylori is not the only inhabitant of the gastric mucosa. Using culture-independent methods of analysis, a non-H. pylori microbial community has been recently observed in the human stomach, the so-called human gastric microbiota, along with H. pylori itself. ...Further studies are warranted to offer a better picture of the role and functions of gastric microbiota and to identify the best therapeutic modulators of gut microbiota for the management of gastric diseases....
In 2015, evolving data shows that H. pylori is not the only inhabitant of the gastric mucosa. Using culture-independent method …
A comparison of Helicobacter pylori and non-Helicobacter pylori Helicobacter spp. Binding to canine gastric mucosa with defined gastric glycophenotype.
Amorim I, et al. Helicobacter 2014. PMID 24689986
The colonization of the human gastric mucosa by H. pylori is highly dependent on the recognition of host glycan receptors. Our goal was to define the canine gastric mucosa glycophenotype and to evaluate the capacity of different gastric Helicobacter species to adhere to the canine gastric mucosa. ...CONCLUSIONS: The canine gastric mucosa showed a glycosylation profile different from the human gastric mucosa suggesting that alternative glycan receptors may be involved in Helicobacter spp. binding. ...
The colonization of the human gastric mucosa by H. pylori is highly dependent on the recognition of host glycan receptors. Our …
[Molecular Mechanisms for Adhesion and Colonization of Human Gastric Mucosa by Helicobacter pylori and its Clinical Implications].
Coelho E, et al. Acta Med Port 2016 - Review. PMID 27914159 Portuguese. Free article.
MATERIAL AND METHODS: In this review, we present an overview of the current knowledge on the determinants of the infection and on the recently described molecular mechanisms of Helicobacter pylori adhesion to the gastric mucosa, as well as its possible future therapeutic application. RESULTS: The adhesion of Helicobacter pylori to the gastric epithelium is critical for gastric pathogenesis, allowing bacterial access to nutrients and the action of bacterial virulence factors, promoting recurrence of the infection and the progression of the gastric carcinogenesis pathway. ...
MATERIAL AND METHODS: In this review, we present an overview of the current knowledge on the determinants of the infection and on the recent …
Comparison of the human gastric microbiota in hypochlorhydric states arising as a result of Helicobacter pylori-induced atrophic gastritis, autoimmune atrophic gastritis and proton pump inhibitor use.
Parsons BN, et al. PLoS Pathog 2017. PMID 29095917 Free PMC article.
Several conditions associated with reduced gastric acid secretion confer an altered risk of developing a gastric malignancy. ...Autoimmune and H. pylori-induced atrophic gastritis were associated with different gastric microbial profiles. PPI treated patients showed relatively few alterations in the gastric microbiota compared to healthy subjects....
Several conditions associated with reduced gastric acid secretion confer an altered risk of developing a gastric malignancy. . …
High-resolution mapping reveals that microniches in the gastric glands control Helicobacter pylori colonization of the stomach.
Fung C, et al. PLoS Biol 2019. PMID 31048876 Free PMC article.
Lifelong infection of the gastric mucosa by Helicobacter pylori can lead to peptic ulcers and gastric cancer. However, how the bacteria maintain chronic colonization in the face of constant mucus and epithelial cell turnover in the stomach is unclear. ...Collectively, our results demonstrate that microniches in the gastric glands house a persistent H. pylori reservoir, which we propose replenishes the more transient bacterial populations in the superficial mucosa....
Lifelong infection of the gastric mucosa by Helicobacter pylori can lead to peptic ulcers and gastric cancer. However, …
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