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The urease of Helicobacter pylori has been proposed to be one of its pathogenic factors. A kanamycin resistance determinant was inserted in a cloned urease gene, and transformation-mediated allelic exchange mutagenesis was carried out to introduce the disrupted gene into the corresponding wild-type chromosomal region of a clinical isolate of H. pylori, CPY3401. The resulting mutant, HPT73, had the null activity of urease. Nude mouse stomachs were challenged with these two isogenic strains todoi:10.1128/iai.62.8.3586-3589.1994 fatcat:gijvhvgffjgwjmttllvfgoij54