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Atomic-resolution View of a Receptor Reveals How Stomach Bacterium Avoids Acid


June 14, 2012

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University of Oregon scientists have discovered how the bacterium Helicobacter pylori navigates through the acidic stomach, opening up new possibilities to inactivate its disease-causing ability without using current strategies that often fail or are discontinued because of side effects. Full Story

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