Persistent hepatitis and enterocolitis in germfree mice infected with Helicobacter hepaticus.

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Helicobacter hepaticus has been associated with naturally occurring hepatitis in certain inbred strains of mice, and in A/JCr mice it has been linked to the development of hepatic adenomas and adenocarcinomas. H. hepaticus was orally inoculated into 30 axenic, outbred female mice, and the mice were studied longitudinally to fulfill Koch's postulates and to… (More)

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@article{Fox1996PersistentHA, title={Persistent hepatitis and enterocolitis in germfree mice infected with Helicobacter hepaticus.}, author={J. G. Fox and L. Yan and Brian D. Shames and J. Campbell and J. C. Murphy and X. Li}, journal={Infection and immunity}, year={1996}, volume={64 9}, pages={3673-81} }