Helicobacter pylori – one of the most frequnet bacteriel pathogens

Research report (imported) 2004 - Max Planck Institute for Infection Biology

Meyer, Thomas F.; Achtman, Mark; Aebischer, Anton; Moese, Stefan
Molekulare Biologie (Meyer) (Prof. Dr. Thomas Meyer)
MPI für Infektionsbiologie, Berlin
Helicobacter pylori comprises a multi-faceted model of host-pathogen interactions: Genetic fingerprints of world-wide collected strains reflect historical human migrations; translocation of bacterial CagA protein provokes changes in gastric cells; vaccine development uncovers principles of gastric immune protection.

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