evidence against the fecal-oral route of transmission for helicobacter pylori infection in childhood.acquisition of helicobacter pylori (h. pylori) occurs mainly in childhood. however, little is known about the mode of transmission. in such developing countries as turkey, where the hygienic situation facilitates the transmission of hepatitis a virus (hav), infection with hav is mainly transmitted via the enteral route. therefore, it seemed advisable to evaluate the role of fecal-oral transmission in the spread of h. pylori.200314586275
clarithromycin resistance and 23s rrna gene point mutations of helicobacter pylori infection in children.this study aims to evaluate helicobacter pylori with clarithromycin resistant genotypes in manisa region, turkey. two hundred patients, who received diagnosis of helicobacter pylori infection histopathologically, were included. the sex, age and endoscopy indications of the patients were recorded. polymerase chain reaction method was applied to determine the clarithromycin resistance rate and resistance genotypes at the histologic sections prepared from gastric biopsies that had been embedded in ...201628276208
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