Helminth co-infection in Helicobacter pylori infected INS-GAS mice attenuates gastric premalignant lesions of epithelial dysplasia and glandular atrophy and preserves colonization resistance of the stomach to lower bowel microbiota.

Whary MT, Muthupalani S, Ge Z, Feng Y, Lofgren J, Shi HN, Taylor NS, Correa P, Versalovic J, Wang TC, Fox JG
Microbes Infect. 2014 16 (4): 345-55

PMID: 24513446 · PMCID: PMC4030519 · DOI:10.1016/j.micinf.2014.01.005

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Animals Atrophy Coinfection Disease Models, Animal Drug Resistance, Bacterial Gastric Mucosa Helicobacter Infections Helminthiasis Male Mice Mice, Transgenic Microbiota

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