Different gastric microbiota compositions in two human populations with high and low gastric cancer risk in Colombia

@inproceedings{Yang2016DifferentGM,
  title={Different gastric microbiota compositions in two human populations with high and low gastric cancer risk in Colombia},
  author={Ines Yang and Sabrina Woltemate and maria. b. piazuelo and Luis Eduardo Bravo and Mar{\'i}a Clara Y{\'e}pez and Judith Romero-Gallo and Alberto G. Delgado and Keith T Wilson and Richard M Peek and P. Dom{\'i}nguez Correa and Christine Josenhans and James G Fox and Sebastian Suerbaum},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2016}
}
Inhabitants of Túquerres in the Colombian Andes have a 25-fold higher risk of gastric cancer than inhabitants of the coastal town Tumaco, despite similar H. pylori prevalences. The gastric microbiota was recently shown in animal models to accelerate the development of H. pylori-induced precancerous lesions. 20 individuals from each town, matched for age and sex, were selected, and gastric microbiota analyses were performed by deep sequencing of amplified 16S rDNA. In parallel, analyses of H… CONTINUE READING
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