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helicobacter pylori infection in gastroenterology clinic personnel. 19947963465
the characterization of helicobacter pylori dna associated with ancient human remains recovered from a canadian glacier.helicobacter pylori is a gram-negative bacterium that colonizes the stomach of nearly half of the world's population. genotypic characterization of h. pylori strains involves the analysis of virulence-associated genes, such as vaca, which has multiple alleles. previous phylogenetic analyses have revealed a connection between modern h. pylori strains and the movement of ancient human populations. in this study, h. pylori dna was amplified from the stomach tissue of the kwäday dän ts'ìnchi individ ...201121359221
early results of a canadian laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy experience.sleeve gastrectomy (sg) is a relatively new bariatric procedure with a number of advantages compared with roux-en-y gastric bypass. however, sg also has a number of disadvantages and associated risks. we sought to examine perioperative complications and outcomes of laparoscopic sg (lsg) in a single major canadian bariatric surgery centre (victoria, bc).201121251414
helicobacter pylori infection and the risk for open-angle glaucoma.to determine the frequency of exposure to helicobacter pylori infection in glaucoma patients.200312750090
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