Fragmented CagA Protein is Highly Immunoreactive in Japanese Patients
Helicobacter,

Yamada K et al. – The distinctive 100–kDa protein was a fragment of CagA protein of H. pylori derived from Japanese clinical isolates, and Japanese patients including children are likely to react strongly to the exposed epitopes on fragmented CagA.

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