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Abstract

Campylobacter-like organisms, isolated from the gastric antrum of Rhesus monkeys, werecompared with and They were similar to by light microscopy, in ultrastructural morphology, in enzymic, fatty-acid-methyl-ester, and protein-profile analysis, and in antigenic reactivity with rabbit antisera to and and with -specific monoclonal antibody. Because this natural infection of the Rhesus monkey is associated with chronic gastritis, resembling the disease in humans colonised with , we recommend the animal as a model for the investigation of human gastritis.

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1988-09-01
2020-01-21
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