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Volume 7, Number 6—December 2001

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A Cultured Strain of "Helicobacter heilmannii," a Human Gastric Pathogen, Identified as H. bizzozeronii: Evidence for Zoonotic Potential of Helicobacter

Katri Jalava*Comments to Author , Stephen L.W. On†, Clare S. Harrington†, Leif P. Andersen‡, Marja-Liisa Hänninen*, and Peter Vandamme§
Author affiliations: *Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Helsinki, Finland;; †Danish Veterinary Laboratory, Copenhagen, Denmark;; ‡Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen, Denmark;; §University of Ghent, Ghent, Belgium

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Dot-blot DNA-DNA hybridization assay with R-53 as a probe. A-F Helicobacter bizzozeronii strains: A. R-53, B. CCUG 35545T, C. CCUG 35546, D. 12A, E. 10, F. Poju; G-M H. felis strains: G. CS1T, H. DS3, I. CCUG 37471, J. 15/390, K. Dog 1, L. Dog 3, M. CS2; N-P H. pylori strains: N. Tx30, O. 26695, P. CCUG 17874T; Q. H. mustelae CCUG 25715T; R. H. acinonychis CCUG 29263T; S-X H. salomonis strains: S. 06A, T. CCUG 37845T, U. Vilho, V. Mini, W. Remu, X. Ko.K. III.

Figure 2. Dot-blot DNA-DNA hybridization assay with R-53 as a probe. A-F Helicobacter bizzozeronii strains: A. R-53, B. CCUG 35545T, C. CCUG 35546, D. 12A, E. 10, F. Poju; G-M H. felis strains: G. CS1T, H. DS3, I. CCUG 37471, J. 15/390, K. Dog 1, L. Dog 3, M. CS2; N-P H. pylori strains: N. Tx30, O. 26695, P. CCUG 17874T; Q. H. mustelae CCUG 25715T; R. H. acinonychis CCUG 29263T; S-X H. salomonis strains: S. 06A, T. CCUG 37845T, U. Vilho, V. Mini, W. Remu, X. Ko.K. III.

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