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Helicobacter pylori requires an acidic environment to survive in the presence of urea.

Clyne M, Labigne A, Drumm B.

Infect Immun. 1995 May;63(5):1669-73.

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How Helicobacter pylori urease may affect external pH and influence growth and motility in the mucus environment: evidence from in-vitro studies.

Sidebotham RL, Worku ML, Karim QN, Dhir NK, Baron JH.

Eur J Gastroenterol Hepatol. 2003 Apr;15(4):395-401.

PMID:
12655260
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[Helicobacter pylori and urease activity--comparative study between urease positive and negative mutant strains].

Takahashi S, Igarashi H, Nakamura K, Masubuchi N, Saito S, Aoyagi T, Itoh T, Hirata I.

Nihon Rinsho. 1993 Dec;51(12):3149-53. Japanese.

PMID:
8283623
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Acid resistance of Helicobacter pylori depends on the UreI membrane protein and an inner membrane proton barrier.

Rektorschek M, Buhmann A, Weeks D, Schwan D, Bensch KW, Eskandari S, Scott D, Sachs G, Melchers K.

Mol Microbiol. 2000 Apr;36(1):141-52.

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[UreI: a Helicobacter pylori protein essential for resistance to acidity and for the early steps of murine gastric mucosa infection].

Bury-Moné S, Skouloubris S, Labigne A, De Reuse H.

Gastroenterol Clin Biol. 2001 Jun-Jul;25(6-7):659-63. French.

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Acid survival of Helicobacter pylori: how does urease activity trigger cytoplasmic pH homeostasis?

Stingl K, Altendorf K, Bakker EP.

Trends Microbiol. 2002 Feb;10(2):70-4. Review.

PMID:
11827807
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[Studies on gastric mucosal cell injury induced by Helicobacter pylori].

Mitani-Ehara S.

Hokkaido Igaku Zasshi. 1994 Jul;69(4):836-46. Japanese.

PMID:
7959595
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Acid-responsive gene induction of ammonia-producing enzymes in Helicobacter pylori is mediated via a metal-responsive repressor cascade.

van Vliet AH, Kuipers EJ, Stoof J, Poppelaars SW, Kusters JG.

Infect Immun. 2004 Feb;72(2):766-73.

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Helicobacter pylori-human polymorphonuclear leucocyte interaction in the presence of ammonia.

Mayo K, Held M, Wadström T, Mégraud F.

Eur J Gastroenterol Hepatol. 1997 May;9(5):457-61.

PMID:
9187877
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Genetic complementation of the urease-negative Helicobacter pylori mutant N6ureB::TnKm.

Rokita E, Makristathis A.

FEMS Immunol Med Microbiol. 2001 Mar;30(2):95-102.

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Urease-mediated destruction of bacteria is specific for Helicobacter urease and results in total cellular disruption.

Williams C, Neithercut WD, Hossack M, Hair J, McColl KE.

FEMS Immunol Med Microbiol. 1994 Oct;9(4):273-80.

PMID:
7866348
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Helicobacter pylori utilises urea for amino acid synthesis.

Williams CL, Preston T, Hossack M, Slater C, McColl KE.

FEMS Immunol Med Microbiol. 1996 Jan;13(1):87-94.

PMID:
8821403
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Roles of alpha and beta carbonic anhydrases of Helicobacter pylori in the urease-dependent response to acidity and in colonization of the murine gastric mucosa.

Bury-Moné S, Mendz GL, Ball GE, Thibonnier M, Stingl K, Ecobichon C, Avé P, Huerre M, Labigne A, Thiberge JM, De Reuse H.

Infect Immun. 2008 Feb;76(2):497-509. Epub 2007 Nov 19.

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Identification of the urease operon in Helicobacter pylori and its control by mRNA decay in response to pH.

Akada JK, Shirai M, Takeuchi H, Tsuda M, Nakazawa T.

Mol Microbiol. 2000 Jun;36(5):1071-84.

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Identification and characterization of an aliphatic amidase in Helicobacter pylori.

Skouloubris S, Labigne A, De Reuse H.

Mol Microbiol. 1997 Sep;25(5):989-98.

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Harnessing of urease activity of Helicobacter pylori to induce self-destruction of the bacterium.

Greig MA, Neithercut WD, Hossack M, McColl KE.

J Clin Pathol. 1991 Feb;44(2):157-9.

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