Serological assays for identification of human gastric colonization by Helicobacter pylori strains expressing VacA m1 or m2.

Abstract

The Helicobacter pylori vacA gene encodes a secreted protein (VacA) that alters the function of gastric epithelial cells and T lymphocytes. H. pylori strains containing particular vacA alleles are associated with differential risk of disease. Because the VacA midregion may exist as one of two major types, m1 or m2, serologic responses may potentially be… (More)

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