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By F. Mégraud (auth.), Professor Dr. H. Menge, Privat-Dozent Dr. M. Gregor, Professor Dr. G. N. J. Tytgat, Dr. B. J. Marshall (eds.)

Campy/o/meler pylori was once defined for the 1st time in 1983. during the past greater than a hundred papers were released facing its microbiological homes and its scientific implications. The lime has come to survey the sphere, to guage the hith­ erto amassed details, and 10 talk about the questions thai could be replied within the ruture. It used to be for those reasons that the 1st overseas Symposium on Campy/abaeter pylori used to be held. bringing jointly experts from various discipl ines, together with easy scientists in addition to clinicians. This publication relies on papers given on the symposium. we're very thankful 10 Rohm-Pharma for venture to sponsor this assembly, and to Mrs. C. 1. Klein and her starr for the impeccable business enterprise which permillcd us to paintings in the sort of friendly setting, within the curiosity of rapidity of booklet, we've lowered the volume of modifying to a minimal and feature now not, in any experience, "re­ fereed" the discussions, which have been written by way of the participants on the time of the question-and-answer consultation. They have been additionally veiled by means of their authors on the facts degree, and we have now performed our greatest to continue their unique spontaneous flavour. we are hoping, during this method. 10 have produced a passable checklist of the occasions and an up-Io-dale review of analysis on Campylobacrer pylori.

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Pylori 63 sera were tested for IgG, IgA, and IgM antibody-recognizing C. pylori pro- Protein Antigens of CampyloMeler pylor; 1 2 21 345678 kd -120 94 - - 67 _ 88 _ ", 62 - - 59 - ' 56 45 43 _ 30 _ - 29 - 25 20 Fig. I. Protei n pro liles of e. pylor; strains, isolated from different patients, and analyzed by SDS·PAGE. Lanes 1-8: CP 123, CP 124, CP 128, CP 132, CP 133, CP 138, CP 139, CP 141. Arrows indicate major protein bands IgA IgG kd . -=: - 75_ 62 _ _ 59::= 4542/"""" 33- 1 2 3 - - 67 -43 - 25- 1 2 3 ..

I b). Urea has been found to ameliorate these effects of acid on C. pylori, presumably by virtue of the powerful urease of C. pylori which results in the organism being surrounded by a protective ;'cloud" of ammonia. 32 C. S, Goodwin et al. Fig. 2. A Sectioned C. pylori organisms in vitro after B·h e:tposure to CBS (De- Nol, 1000 mg/ I). Discret plaque-like deposits of particulate bismuth complex (arrows) have penetrated under the cell walls of the apparently intact bacteria (section viewed without staining).

Pylori in vitro; but in the first 8 h after exposure to CBS C. pylori showed no loss of viability. A marked fall in viable count did however occur during the period from 8 to 24 h after exposure to CBS (Fig. 4). Thus the rapid-onset antibacterial effect of bismuth against C. pylori in vivo (Fig. I b) is not reproduced by either the ultrastructural appearances or the viability counts in vitro. However, if the initial effect of bismuth against C. pylori in vivo is not one of bacterial kill ing, but rather of enzymic inactivation leading to detachment from the mucosal surfaces (possibly Differences Between in Vitro and in Vivo Sensitivity of CampyloOOCler pylori 33 , A B • Fig.

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