Helicobacter pylori

Publication Title: 
International Journal of Antimicrobial Agents

The effect of ether, alcoholic and water extracts of black myrobalan (Teminalia chebula Retz) on Helicobactor pylori were examined using an agar diffusion method on Columbia Agar. Water extracts of black myrobalan showed significant antibacterial activity and had a minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) and minimum bacteriocidal concentration (MBC) of 125 and 150 mg/l, respectively. The extract was active after autoclaving for 30 min at 121 degrees C. Plant powder (incorporated in agar) gave higher MIC and MBC values (150 and 175 mg/l, respectively).

Author(s): 
Malekzadeh, F.
Ehsanifar, H.
Shahamat, M.
Levin, M.
Colwell, R. R.
Publication Title: 
Journal of Ethnopharmacology

ETHNOPHARMACOLOGICAL RELEVANCE: Helicobacter pylori infection is associated with gastritis, peptic ulcer, and gastric cancer. Due to its high global prevalence and uprising resistance to available antibiotics, efforts are now directed to identify alternative source to treat and prevent associated disorders.

Author(s): 
Zaidi, Syed Faisal
Muhammad, Jibran Sualeh
Shahryar, Saeeda
Usmanghani, Khan
Gilani, Anwarul-Hassan
Jafri, Wasim
Sugiyama, Toshiro
Publication Title: 
Cancer Research

C57BL/6J mice carrying the Min allele of Adenomatous polyposis coli (Apc) develop numerous adenomas along the entire length of the intestine and consequently die at an early age. This short lifespan would prevent the accumulation of somatic genetic mutations or epigenetic alterations necessary for tumor progression. To overcome this limitation, we generated F(1) Apc(Min/+) hybrids by crossing C57BR/cdcJ and SWR/J females to C57BL/6J Apc(Min/+) males. These hybrids developed few intestinal tumors and often lived longer than 1 year.

Author(s): 
Halberg, Richard B.
Waggoner, Jesse
Rasmussen, Kristen
White, Alanna
Clipson, Linda
Prunuske, Amy J.
Bacher, Jeffery W.
Sullivan, Ruth
Washington, Mary Kay
Pitot, Henry C.
Petrini, John H. J.
Albertson, Donna G.
Dove, William F.
Publication Title: 
Current Gastroenterology Reports

Functional dyspepsia (FD) is common in children, with as many as 80% of those being evaluated for chronic abdominal pain reporting symptoms of epigastric discomfort, nausea, or fullness. It is known that patients with persistent complaints have increased comorbidities such as depression and anxiety. The interaction with psychopathologic variables has been found to mediate the association between upper abdominal pain and gastric hypersensitivity. These observations suggest that abnormal central nervous system processing of gastric stimuli may be a relevant pathophysiologic mechanism in FD.

Author(s): 
Perez, Maria E.
Youssef, Nader N.
Publication Title: 
BMJ (Clinical research ed.)
Author(s): 
Sharma, Raj L.
Publication Title: 
Expert Opinion on Pharmacotherapy

IMPORTANCE OF THE FIELD: Dyspeptic symptoms are highly prevalent in the population and represent a major burden for healthcare systems. The ROME III criteria address and define two separate entities of functional dyspepsia: epigastric pain syndrome and postprandial distress syndrome. The etiology of dyspeptic symptoms is heterogeneous, underlying mechanisms are poorly understood and symptomatic improvement after drug therapy is often incomplete.

Author(s): 
Kandulski, Arne
Venerito, Marino
Malfertheiner, Peter
Publication Title: 
Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy

The antimalarial drug artemisinin from Artemisia annua demonstrated remarkably strong activity against Helicobacter pylori, the pathogen responsible for peptic ulcer diseases. In an effort to develop a novel antimicrobial chemotherapeutic agent containing such a sesquiterpene lactone endoperoxide, a series of analogues (2 natural and 15 semisynthetic molecules), including eight newly synthesized compounds, were investigated against clinical and standard strains of H. pylori. The antimicrobial spectrum against 10 H.

Author(s): 
Goswami, Suchandra
Bhakuni, Rajendra S.
Chinniah, Annalakshmi
Pal, Anirban
Kar, Sudip K.
Das, Pratap K.
Publication Title: 
Anticancer Research

BACKGROUND: Ginger root (Zingiber officinale) has been used traditionally for the treatment of gastrointestinal ailments such as motion sickness, dyspepsia and hyperemesis gravidarum, and is also reported to have chemopreventative activity in animal models. The gingerols are a group of structurally related polyphenolic compounds isolated from ginger and known to be the active constituents.

Author(s): 
Mahady, Gail B.
Pendland, Susan L.
Yun, Gina S.
Lu, Zhi-Zhen
Stoia, Adina
Publication Title: 
Journal of Immunology (Baltimore, Md.: 1950)

Helicobacter pylori infection of the stomach causes peptic ulcer disease and gastric cancer. Despite eliciting a vigorous immune response, the bacterium persists for the life of the host. An important antimicrobial mechanism is the production of NO derived from inducible NO synthase (iNOS). We have reported that macrophages can kill H. pylori in vitro by an NO-dependent mechanism, but supraphysiologic levels of the iNOS substrate l-arginine are required. Because H.

Author(s): 
Lewis, Nuruddeen D.
Asim, Mohammad
Barry, Daniel P.
Singh, Kshipra
de Sablet, Thibaut
Boucher, Jean-Luc
Gobert, Alain P.
Chaturvedi, Rupesh
Wilson, Keith T.
Publication Title: 
International Journal of Cancer. Journal International Du Cancer

Gene promoter CpG island hypermethylation is associated with Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) infection and may be an important initiator of gastric carcinogenesis. To examine factors influencing methylation, we utilized bisulfite Pyrosequencing® technology for quantitative analysis of promoter DNA methylation in RPRM, APC, MGMT and TWIST1 genes using DNA from 86 gastric biopsies from Colombian residents of areas with high and low incidence of gastric cancer. H. pylori colonies were cultured from the same subjects, and gastric pathology was evaluated.

Author(s): 
Schneider, Barbara G.
Peng, Dun-Fa
Camargo, M. Constanza
Piazuelo, M. Blanca
Sicinschi, Liviu A.
Mera, Robertino
Romero-Gallo, Judith
Delgado, Alberto G.
Bravo, Luis E.
Wilson, Keith T.
Peek, Richard M.
Correa, Pelayo
El-Rifai, Wael

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