Helicobacter heilmannii

Helicobacter heilmannii

species observed in gastric mucosa. This agent has a low prevalence (less than 1% in patients), has not been cultured in vitro, and is of unknown pathogenic significance.
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Hel·i·co·bac·ter heil·man·ni·i

(hel'i-kō-bak'tĕr hīl-mahn'nē-ī)
A bacterial species observed in gastric mucosa. This agent has a low prevalence (less than 1% of patients), has not been cultured in vitro, and is of unknown pathogenic significance.
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We compared the characteristics of a cultured human "Helicobacter heilmannii" isolate with those of other helicobacters found in animals.
Presence of multiple "Helicobacter heilmannii" strains in an individual suffering from ulcers and in his two cats.
Characterization of a culturable "Gastrospirillum hominis" (Helicobacter heilmannii) strain isolated from human gastric mucosa.
Helicobacter heilmannii (formerly Gastrospirillum hominis) gastritis: an infection transmitted by animals?