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1956 16
1957 13
1958 18
1959 23
1960 11
1961 12
1962 17
1965 1
1966 4
1967 4
1968 2
1969 2
1970 9
1971 7
1972 6
1973 6
1974 7
1975 5
1976 3
1977 9
1978 7
1979 6
1980 10
1981 10
1982 12
1983 8
1984 20
1985 17
1986 28
1987 44
1988 49
1989 71
1990 58
1991 64
1992 45
1993 62
1994 57
1995 77
1996 77
1997 86
1998 86
1999 93
2000 95
2001 82
2002 89
2003 75
2004 79
2005 75
2006 89
2007 78
2008 78
2009 73
2010 71
2011 72
2012 79
2013 89
2014 90
2015 70
2016 71
2017 64
2018 53
2019 35
2020 0
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Repertoire of the gut microbiota from stomach to colon using culturomics and next-generation sequencing.
Mailhe M, et al. BMC Microbiol 2018. PMID 30355340 Free PMC article.
Fewer species were isolated in the upper gut: 110 in the stomach and 106 in the duodenum, while 235 were isolated from the left colon (p < 0.02). ...There were fewer reads for aero-intolerant species in the upper gut (8,656 in the stomach, 5,188 in the duodenum and 72,262 in the left colon, p < 0.02). ...
Fewer species were isolated in the upper gut: 110 in the stomach and 106 in the duodenum, while 235 were isolated from the left colon …
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. ...FINDINGS: GC-specific stomach microhabitats, not GC stages or types, determine the composition and diversity of the gastric microbiota. ...
We aimed to characterize differences of gastric microbiota in stomach microhabitats associated with gastric cancer (GC) development. …
Molecular Characterization of the Human Stomach Microbiota in Gastric Cancer Patients.
Yu G, et al. Front Cell Infect Microbiol 2017. PMID 28730144 Free PMC article.
Taxonomic (phylum-level) profiles of stomach microbiota resembled oral microbiota, especially when the Helicobacter reads were removed. The functional profiles of stomach microbiota, however, were distinct from those found in other body sites and had higher inter-subject dissimilarity. ...
Taxonomic (phylum-level) profiles of stomach microbiota resembled oral microbiota, especially when the Helicobacter reads were remove …
Gastric Microbiota
Ianiro G, et al. Helicobacter 2015 - Review. PMID 26372828
After the discovery of Helicobacter pylori in 1983, the stomach was no longer considered a sterile environment. 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. ...
After the discovery of Helicobacter pylori in 1983, the stomach was no longer considered a sterile environment. In 2015, evolving dat …
Stomach microbiology of primates.
Bauchop T. Annu Rev Microbiol 1971 - Review. PMID 5005030
Spatial and Temporal Analysis of the Stomach and Small-Intestinal Microbiota in Fasted Healthy Humans.
Seekatz AM, et al. mSphere 2019. PMID 30867328 Free PMC article.
The stomach and duodenal microbiota displayed highest intraindividual variability compared to jejunal sites, which were more stable across time. ...Microbiota variability is highest in the stomach and duodenum and correlates with pH....
The stomach and duodenal microbiota displayed highest intraindividual variability compared to jejunal sites, which were more stable a …
Roles of Adhesion to Epithelial Cells in Gastric Colonization by Helicobacter pylori
Bonsor DA and Sundberg EJ. Adv Exp Med Biol 2019 - Review. PMID 31016628
Helicobacter pylori adherence to host epithelial cells is essential for its survival against the harsh conditions of the stomach and for successful colonization. ...
Helicobacter pylori adherence to host epithelial cells is essential for its survival against the harsh conditions of the stomach and …
Microbiota in the stomach: new insights.
Wu WM, et al. J Dig Dis 2014 - Review. PMID 24245792
Bacteria are sparsely distributed in the stomach due to the gastric microbicidal barrier. Several innate defenses (low pH, migrating motor complex and the entero-salivary circulation of nitrate) as well as external factors (diet, Helicobacter pylori infection, proton pump inhibitors, antibiotics and stomach diseases) have been shown to influence significantly the microbiota composition in the stomach. In recent years new culture-independent technologies have allowed the investigation of the cross talk that occurs between hosts and stomach-associated microflora, which helps us to understand the role of gastric bacterial flora in the gastrointestinal microbiological system, both in physiological and pathological conditions. ...
Bacteria are sparsely distributed in the stomach due to the gastric microbicidal barrier. Several innate defenses (low pH, migrating …
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