Table 2.

Strains used in this study

StrainCountryIsolation yrDisease stateReference
J99United States1994Duodenal ulcer 4
26695United Kingdom1986a Gastritis 20
AH244Sweden1993Duodenal ulcerThis study
SS1Australia1995a Dyspepsia 37
UA861Canada1991Duodenal ulcer 54
ARHp210Sweden1997AsymptomaticThis study
ARHp12United States1993a Natural rhesus monkey isolateThis study
ARHp18Canada1989a b This study
ARHp25Australia1989a 33
ARHp64Argentina1996a Nonulcer dyspepsiaThis study
ARHp65Argentina1996a Nonulcer dyspepsiaThis study
ARHp55United States1996a Duodenal ulcerThis study
ARHp124Bangladesh1996a Hiatus hernia and gastritisThis study
ARHp54United States1996a Duodenal ulcerThis study
CCUG 17874c Australia1984 41
ARHp221United States1998Cat isolate 26
ARHp246Kuala Lumpur1998Duodenal ulcer, gastritisThis study
ARHp245France1998Pernicious anemiaThis study
ARHp241Kuala Lumpur1998Duodenal ulcer, erosive gastritisThis study
ARHp243France1998Duodenal ulcerThis study
ARHp244France1998Nonulcer dyspepsiaThis study
  • a Strain isolated prior to this date.

  • b —, Exact clinical presentation was not recorded.

  • c Reported to be identical to the H. pylori type strain 11637 (46), although it has been reported that two versions of 11637 exist (1). The strain used here was the same as that used by O'Toole et al. (46).