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Correction: Comparing the genomes of Helicobacter pylori clinical strain UM032 and mice-adapted derivatives Khosravi, Yalda; Rehvathy, Vellaya; Wee, Wei Yee; Wang, Susana; Baybayan, Primo; Singh, Siddarth; Ashby, Meredith; Ong, Junxian; Amoyo, Arlaine Anne; Seow, Shih Wee; Choo, Siew Woh; Perkins, Tim; Chua, Eng Guan; Tay, Alfred; Marshall, Barry James; Loke, Mun Fai; Goh, Khean Lee; Pettersson, Sven; Vadivelu, Jamuna (2014)Abstract is not available in fulltext.
Helicobacter pylori infection can affect energy modulating hormones and body weight in germ free mice Khosravi, Yalda; Seow, Shih Wee; Amoyo, Arlaine Anne; Chiow, Kher Hsin; Tan, Tuan Lin; Wong, Whye Yen; Poh, Qian Hui; Sentosa, Ignatius Mario Doli; Bunte, Ralph M.; Pettersson, Sven; Loke, Mun Fai; Vadivelu, Jamuna (2015)Helicobacter pylori, is an invariably commensal resident of the gut microbiome associated with gastric ulcer in adults. In addition, these patients also suffered from a low grade inflammation that activates the immune ...
Chua, Eng-Guan; Wise, Michael J.; Khosravi, Yalda; Seow, Shih-Wee; Amoyo, Arlaine A.; Pettersson, Sven; Peters, Fanny; Tay, Chin-Yen; Perkins, Timothy T.; Loke, Mun-Fai; Marshall, Barry J.; Vadivelu, Jamuna (2016)Helicobacter pylori is a highly successful gastric pathogen. High genomic plasticity allows its adaptation to changing host environments. Complete genomes of H. pylori clinical isolate UM032 and its mice-adapted serial ...