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Could pathogen infection really lead to Alzheimer’s?

Could pathogen infection really lead to Alzheimer’s?

Scientists use pluripotent stem cells to generate human stomach tissues in laboratory

Scientists use pluripotent stem cells to generate human stomach tissues in laboratory

Research sheds light on key genes essential to pathogenesis of Helicobacter pylori

Research sheds light on key genes essential to pathogenesis of Helicobacter pylori

Researchers identify promising prospect for new medications to fight against H. pylori

Researchers identify promising prospect for new medications to fight against H. pylori

Oral cavity bacterium linked to development and progression of esophageal cancer

Oral cavity bacterium linked to development and progression of esophageal cancer

Identifying foods that trigger IBS: an interview with Dr Bill Chey

Identifying foods that trigger IBS: an interview with Dr Bill Chey

Scientists discover new receptors for stomach bacterium Helicobacter pylori

Scientists discover new receptors for stomach bacterium Helicobacter pylori

Researchers discover new approach to preventing H. pylori linked to stomach infections

Researchers discover new approach to preventing H. pylori linked to stomach infections

Study on common bacterium presents new pathway to combat gastric cancers

Study on common bacterium presents new pathway to combat gastric cancers

New device may enable painless, effective diagnosis of Helicobacter in exhaled air

New device may enable painless, effective diagnosis of Helicobacter in exhaled air

Portable breath sensor to detect lifestyle diseases? An interview with Osamu Tsuboi, Fujitsu Laboratories

Portable breath sensor to detect lifestyle diseases? An interview with Osamu Tsuboi, Fujitsu Laboratories

Chronic use of antacid drugs may speed up aging of blood vessels

Chronic use of antacid drugs may speed up aging of blood vessels

Fujitsu develops portable breath sensor that can quickly measure concentration of gas components in people's breath

Fujitsu develops portable breath sensor that can quickly measure concentration of gas components in people's breath

RedHill Biopharma initiates phase II study of BEKINDA for irritable bowel syndrome

RedHill Biopharma initiates phase II study of BEKINDA for irritable bowel syndrome

New study suggests that Neanderthals across Europe may have diseases carried out of Africa

New study suggests that Neanderthals across Europe may have diseases carried out of Africa

Seaweed extract shows promise in treating H. pylori-related diseases, gastric cancer

Seaweed extract shows promise in treating H. pylori-related diseases, gastric cancer

Microbiome researcher Martin J. Blaser earns GUMC's Cura Personalis Award

Microbiome researcher Martin J. Blaser earns GUMC's Cura Personalis Award

Philip Chapper & Co to showcase new partner products at Europe’s largest pharmaceutical trade fair

Philip Chapper & Co to showcase new partner products at Europe’s largest pharmaceutical trade fair

Depressive symptoms remain high in coastal areas affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake

Depressive symptoms remain high in coastal areas affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake

Researchers help explain how malaria infection increases children's risk of developing Burkitt's lymphoma

Researchers help explain how malaria infection increases children's risk of developing Burkitt's lymphoma