J-Western forms of helicobacter pylori caga constitute a distinct phylogenetic group with a widespread geographic distribution

Stacy S. Duncan, Pieter L. Valk, Carrie L. Shaffer, Seth R. Bordenstein, Timothy L. Cover

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