Germán Matías Traglia

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Lactobacillus is normally present in animals and humans colonizing several epithelia, mainly those belonging to the upper gastrointestinal tract. Most of the information about the distribution of Lactobacillus in mice has been obtained by bacterial culture and characterization, and only few reports have described the direct presence of these bacteria in(More)
Helicobacter pylori colonizes the human gastric mucosa, leading to a spectrum of gastric diseases in susceptible populations. Here we announce the draft genome sequences of strains HPARG8G and HPARG63. The data for both genome sequences provide insights regarding the diversity in gene content and rearrangement of the genomic islands commonly harbored by H.(More)
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