• Author Q&A Series: H pylori-associated Gastric Cancer

Author Q&A Series: H pylori-associated Gastric Cancer

Gastric tumors and tissues from humans and mice accumulate somatic mutations in various genes in the gastric mucosa upon Helicobacter pylori infection, researchers report in the August issue of Gastroenterology. In the study, Takahiro Shimizu et al. show that increased cytidine deaminase activity in these tissues promotes the accumulation of these mutations and might

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Video: Gastric to Esophageal Mucosal Transplantation

In the April issue of Gastroenterology, researchers report transplantation of mucosa from a patient’s stomach to esophagus, to prevent stricture formation after circumferential endoscopic mucosal dissection of early-stage esophageal cancer. Endoscopic submucosal resection and dissection are used to remove areas of dysplasia and cancer from the esophagus. However, stricture formation is a major drawback

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