TITLE

Direct Determination of Helicobacter pylori vacA Genotypes and cagA Gene in Gastric Biopsies and Relationship to Gastrointestinal Diseases

AUTHOR(S)
Rudi, Jochen; Rudy, Andreas; Maiwald, Matthias; Kuck, Dirk; Sieg, Andreas; Stremmel, Wolfgang
PUB. DATE
June 1999
SOURCE
American Journal of Gastroenterology;Jun1999, Vol. 94 Issue 6, p1525
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
OBJECTIVE: Our aim was to detect Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) from gastric biopsies of 248 patients using a novel, polymerase chain reaction (PCR)-based methodology, which simultaneously facilitates the determination of H. pylori vacA genotypes and cagA gene. METHODS: A simple methodology for sample preparation was established and PCR was performed with primer systems for the 16S rRNA, vacA, and cagA genes, thus circumventing the need to culture H. pylori and to extract DNA from biopsy samples. RESULTS: Infection with H. pylori was detected in 147 (59.3%) of 248 patients. The vacA signal sequence genotype s1 was present in 104 (81.3%) of 128 H. pylori-positive patients, and 24 (18.8%) patients had the genotype s2. The vacA middle region types m1 and m2 were detected in 46 (35.9%) and 79 (61.7%) patients, respectively. The combinations s1/m2 (43%) and s1/m1 (35.9%) were found more frequently than s2/m2 (18.8%). The cagA gene was detected in 75 (72.1%) of 104 H. pylori-positive biopsies with the vacA genotype s1. All 24 biopsies with the type s2 were cagA negative. Strains of the type vacA s1 were found in 97% of H. pylori-positive patients with peptic ulcer disease and were associated with the presence of the cagA gene, whereas 96% of the strains of the type vacA s2 were detected in patients who only had nonulcer dyspepsia. CONCLUSIONS: Using a novel PCR-based methodology, H. pylori 16S rRNA gene, vacA genotypes, and cagA gene can now be rapidly detected directly in gastric biopsies with high accuracy. These data demonstrate that infection with H. pylori strains of the vacA s1 genotype and the cagA gene are more likely to result in peptic ulcer disease. Determination of vacA genotypes and cagA gene may contribute...
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16444812

 

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