Chronic proliferative hepatitis in A/JCr mice associated with persistent Helicobacter hepaticus infection: a model of helicobacter-induced carcinogenesis.

@article{Fox1996ChronicPH,
  title={Chronic proliferative hepatitis in A/JCr mice associated with persistent Helicobacter hepaticus infection: a model of helicobacter-induced carcinogenesis.},
  author={J. G. C. Fox and Xiaoman Li and Lin Jun Yan and R J Cahill and Rosalinde Hurley and Russell F Lewis and jennifer. murphy},
  journal={Infection and immunity},
  year={1996},
  volume={64 5},
  pages={1548-58}
}
Helicobacter hepaticus causes hepatitis in selected strains of mice and in A/JCr mice is linked to liver cancer. To analyze whether H. hepaticus persists in specified ecological niches, to determine whether biomarkers of infection exist, and to analyze the influence of H. hepaticus on hepatocyte proliferation, a longitudinal study of H. hepaticus-infected A/JCr mice was undertaken. A/JCr mice were serially euthanatized from 3 through 18 months and surveyed by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay… CONTINUE READING

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