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Animal and public health implications of gastric colonization of cats by Helicobacter-like organisms
Journal of Clinical Microbiology
The bacterial genus Helicobacter contains a number of species which colonize the gastric mucosa of mammals. Natural and/or experimental gastric pathology has been correlated with colonization in humans and a wide variety of animal species. Historical reports in the literature suggest that a high percentage of cats are colonized by large, spiral, gastric helicobacter-like organisms (GHLOs). One of these bacteria (Helicobacter felis) has been isolated on artificial media and has experimentallydoi:10.1128/jcm.32.4.1043-1049.1994 fatcat:jxcwpgreibf57ng4gdx6eu32hm