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Research Article

Clonality Analysis of Helicobacter pylori in Patients Isolated from Several Biopsy Specimens and Gastric Juice in a Japanese Urban Population by Random Amplified Polymorphic DNA Fingerprinting

Table 1

Characteristics of patients from whom plural isolates, which were thought to be originated from the same clone, were obtained from different specimens.

Isolates derived fromNumber of patientsPatients (gender, years of age, and disease)*

Antrum and corpus7F 14, CG (a); F 44, CG (b); F 46, CG (c);
F 46, CG (d); M 11 CG (e); M 12, CG (f);
M 13, CG (g)
Gastric juice and mucosa10F 11, CG (h); F 18, CG (i); F 38, CG (j);
F 39, CG (k); F 42, GU (l); F 44, CG (m);
F 47, GU (n); F 54, CG (o); M 8Y, DU (p);
M 14, DU (q)
Antrum, corpus, and gastric juice1F 34, GU (r)
Corpus and duodenum1M 48, CG (s)
Antrum, corpus, and duodenum1M 28, DU (t)

M: male, F: female, CG: chronic gastritis, GU: gastric ulcer, and DU: duodenal ulcer.
( ): RAPD fingerprinting patterns of these patients that are shown in Figure 1.

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