Michael F. Dixon

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Helicobacter pylori is a risk factor for gastric cancer, and bacterial-epithelial interactions may be critical in this association. Studies using complementary DNA arrays indicated that the ADAM (A(More)
C57BL/6 mice and Mongolian gerbils were infected with Helicobacter felis and Helicobacter pylori SS1 strain to investigate the effects of different Helicobacter species on gastric inflammation and(More)
Helicobacter pylori infects the human gastric mucosa and elicits an aggressive inflammatory response. Despite the severity of the inflammatory response, the bacterium is able to persist and cause a(More)
The O-chain polysaccharide of Helicobacter pylori is important for colonization and generation of chronic gastritis in mice. There are marked host differences in the development of H. pylori-induced(More)