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Title: Comparing the genomes of Helicobacter pylori clinical strain UM032 and Mice-adapted derivatives
Authors: Khosravi, Yalda 
Rehvathy, Vellaya 
Wee, Wei Y. 
Wang, Susana 
Baybayan, Primo 
Singh, Siddarth 
Ashby, Meredith 
Ong, Junxian 
Amoyo, Arlaine A. 
Seow, Shih W. 
Choo, Siew W. 
Perkins, Tim 
Chua, Eng G. 
Tay, Alfred 
Marshall, Barry J. 
Loke, Mun F. 
Goh, Khean L. 
Pettersson, Sven 
Vadivelu, Jamuna 
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: Springer Nature
Source: Khosravi, Y., Rehvathy, V., Wee, W. Y., Wang, S., Baybayan, P., Singh, S., ... & Choo, S. W. (2013). Comparing the genomes of Helicobacter pylori clinical strain UM032 and Mice-adapted derivatives. Gut Pathogens, 5(1), 25.
Journal: Gut Pathogens 
Abstract: Background: Helicobacter pylori is a Gram-negative bacterium that persistently infects the human stomach inducing chronic inflammation. The exact mechanisms of pathogenesis are still not completely understood. Although not a natural host for H. pylori, mouse infection models play an important role in establishing the immunology and pathogenicity of H. pylori. In this study, for the first time, the genome sequences of clinical H. pylori strain UM032 and mice-adapted derivatives, 298 and 299, were sequenced using the PacBio Single Molecule, Real-Time (SMRT) technology.
DOI: 10.1186/1757-4749-5-25
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