The effect of the repeated subcultures of Helicobacter pylori on adhesion, motility, cytotoxicity, and gastric inflammation.

@article{Kim2002TheEO,
  title={The effect of the repeated subcultures of Helicobacter pylori on adhesion, motility, cytotoxicity, and gastric inflammation.},
  author={Sung Soo Kim and Hak Sung Lee and Young Seok Cho and Youn Soo Lee and Choon Sang Bhang and Hiun Suk Chae and Sok Won Han and In Sik Chung and Doo Ho Park},
  journal={Journal of Korean Medical Science},
  year={2002},
  volume={17},
  pages={302 - 306}
}
In vitro subcultures of bacteria can lead to genetic and phenotypic changes. This study aimed at investigating the effect of repeated subcultures on the adhesion, motility, cytotoxicity, and gastric inflammation caused by Helicobacter pylori. H.pylori SS1 strain was subcultured 64 times on agar plates containing Brucella broth and 5% bovine calf serum. The adhesion, motility, cytotoxicity, and gastric inflammation produced in Mongolian gerbils were compared between the first and 64th… CONTINUE READING

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