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Atomic-resolution view of a receptor reveals how stomach bacterium avoids acid


, : Atomic-resolution view of a receptor reveals how stomach bacterium avoids acid.

University of Oregon scientists have discovered how the bacterium Helicobacter pylori navigates through the acidic stomach, opening up new possibilities to inactivate its disease-causing ability without using current strategies that often fail or are discontinued because of side effects.

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