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Immunoblot Assay in Determination of Serum Antibody Profile of Helicobacter Pylori Infec- tion

@article{Saffari2003ImmunoblotAI,
  title={Immunoblot Assay in Determination of Serum Antibody Profile of Helicobacter Pylori Infec- tion},
  author={Mahmood Saffari and Ma. Motavalii and A Fazeli},
  journal={Iranian Journal of Medical Sciences},
  year={2003},
  volume={28},
  pages={90-92}
}
A high prevalence of antibody to cag A has been observed in H. pylori seropositive patients (HP + ) living in developed countries. This is felt to be correlated with the development of serious sequelae of this infection. We examined the sero-prevalence of antibody to cag A and other specific H. pylori antigens in symptomatic and asymptomatic individuals living in Kashan. Sera from 37 patients whose HP status was determined by culture, histology, RUT, and ELISA were enrolled in this study. The… 

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