Distinct time courses of increase in cytochromes P450 1A2, 2A5 and glutathione S-transferases during the progressive hepatitis associated with Helicobacter hepaticus.


Mice naturally infected by Helicobacter hepaticus develop a chronic active hepatitis leading to hepatocellular carcinoma. This mouse model of liver cancer was used to examine the impact of bacterial infection on the hepatic expression and activity of enzymes involved in carcinogen bioactivation (phase I enzymes) and detoxification (phase II enzymes). No… (More)


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