H.H.J. Meiselman

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Gastroduodenal mucus may play a critical role in defending the epithelium from luminal acid and in the creation of a microenvironment suitable for H. pylori. We measured transmucus permeation of H+, HCO3 −, and CO2 with an in vitro perfusion chamber through freshly harvested or partially purified porcine gastric mucin. pH and CO2 concentrations were(More)
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