Gastric injury and invasion of parietal cells by spiral bacteria in rhesus monkeys. Are gastritis and hyperchlorhydria infectious diseases?

@article{DuBois1991GastricIA,
  title={Gastric injury and invasion of parietal cells by spiral bacteria in rhesus monkeys. Are gastritis and hyperchlorhydria infectious diseases?},
  author={Andr{\'e} DuBois and Andrzej S. Tarnawski and D G Newell and Nancy Fiala and Wojciech Dąbroś and Jerzy Stachura and H C Krivan and Lillie M. Heman-Ackah},
  journal={Gastroenterology},
  year={1991},
  volume={100 4},
  pages={884-91}
}
The possibility of using the rhesus monkey as a model for studying gastric function in the presence of infection with spiral bacteria was studied. Endoscopic evaluation of the gastric mucosa was performed under general anesthesia in 29 colony-bred rhesus monkeys, and gastric pinch biopsy specimens were obtained from each animal. On a separate day, gastric emptying and acid output were determined using a 99mTc dilution technique. Biopsy samples were fixed for light microscopy (H&E, Gram, and… CONTINUE READING
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