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did transmission of helicobacter pylori from humans cause a disease outbreak in a colony of stripe-faced dunnarts (sminthopsis macroura)?abstract: since the discovery that helicobacter pylori causes a range of pathologies in the stomachs of infected humans, it has become apparent that helicobacters are found in a diverse range of animal species where they are frequently associated with disease. in 2003 and 2004, there were two outbreaks of increased mortality associated with gastric bleeding and weight-loss in a captive colony of the australian marsupial, the stripe-faced dunnart (sminthopsis macroura). the presence of gastric pa ...201121314909
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