The Epidemiology of H. pylori - Associated Gastroduodenal Diseases
Morphological Characterization of the Gastric Mucosa during Infection with H. pylori
Virulence Factors Produced by H. pylori
The Molecular Basis for H. pylori Adherence and Colonization
Structure and Function of H. pylori Urease
VacA and the cag Pathogenicity Island of H. pylori
Inflammatory Responses and Intestinal Disease in Response to Bacterial Infections
Virulence Factors of H. pylori and Their Effect on Chemokine Production
Neutrophil Activation by H. pylori
The Role of the Mononuclear Phagocyte in H. pylori - Associated Infection
T Cell Selection and Epithelial Ligands in the Gastrointestinal Tract
The Role of the Gastric Epithelium in Local T Cell Activation
Aberrant Host Responses to Luminal Bacteria in the Pathogenesis of Chronic Intestinal Inflammation
Regulation of Acid Secretion and Peptic Ulcer Formation by Inflammatory Cytokines
The Role of Nerve-Immune Interactions in the Pathogenesis of Peptic Ulcer
Autoantibodies in the Pathogenesis of Gastric Disease
Gastric T Cells and H. pylori: Regulation of Pathogenesis and Prevention
Oral Immunization Approaches for the Prevention of Gastrointestinal Infections
Animal Models for Vaccine Development
Oral Immunization for the Prevention and Treatment of Infection with Helicobacter
Changes in Immunological Effector Responses after Immunization for H. pylori
Strategies for the Development of Effective H. pylori Vaccines
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