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Helicobacter pylori virulence genes in the five largest islands of Indonesia

Miftahussurur, Muhammad and Syam , Ari Fahrial and Makmun , Dadang and Nusi , Iswan Abbas and Zein, Lukman Hakim and Zulkhair, Zulkhair and Akil, Fardah and Uswan, Willi Brodus and Simanjuntak , David and Uchida, Tomohisa and Adi , Pangestu and Utari, Amanda Pitarini and Rezkitha, Yudith Annisa Ayu and Subsomwong, Phawinee and Nasronudin , Nasronudin and Yamaoka, Yoshio (2015) Helicobacter pylori virulence genes in the five largest islands of Indonesia. Gut Pathogens, 7 (26). pp. 1-10. ISSN 1757-4749

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        Abstract

        Abstract Background: It remains unclear whether the low incidence of gastric cancer in Indonesia is due to low infection rates only or is also related to low Helicobacter pylori pathogenicity. We collected H. pylori strains from the five largest islands in Indonesia and evaluated genetic virulence factors. Methods: The genotypes of H. pylori virulence factors were determined by polymerase chain reaction (PCR)-based sequencing. Histological severity of the gastric mucosa was classified into 4 grades, according to the updated Sydney system. Results: A total of 44 strains were analyzed. Forty-three (97.7 %) were cagA-positive: 26 (60.5 %) were East-Asian-type- cagA, 9 (20.9 %) were Western-type-cagA, and 8 (18.6 %) were novel ABB-type, most of which were obtained from Pap- uan. EPIYT sequences were more prevalent than EPIYA sequences (P = 0.01) in the EPIYA-B motif of all types of cagA. The majority of cagA-positive strains (48.8 %, 21/43) had a 6-bp deletion in the first pre-EPIYA region. Subjects infected with East-Asian-type-cagA strains with a 6-bp deletion had significantly lower inflammation and atrophy scores in the corpus than those infected with Western-type-cagA strains (both P = 0.02). In total, 70.4 % of strains possessed the vacA s1m1 genotype and 29.5 % were m2. All strains from peptic ulcer patients were of the iceA1 genotype, which occurred at a significantly higher proportion in peptic ulcer patients than that in gastritis patients (55.3 %, P = 0.04). The double positive genotype of jhp0562/β-(1,3)galT was predominant (28/44, 63.6 %), and subjects infected with this type had significantly higher inflammation scores in the corpus than those with the jhp0562 negative/β-(1,3)galT posi- tive genotype (mean [median]; 1.43 [1] vs. 0.83 [1], P = 0.04). There were significant differences in cagA and pre-EPIYA cagA type, oipA status, and jhp0562/β-(1,3)galT type among different ethnic groups (P < 0.05). Conclusions: In addition to a low H. pylori infection rate, the low incidence of gastric cancer in Indonesia might be attributed to less virulent genotypes in predominant strains, which are characterized by the East-Asian-type-cagA with a 6-bp deletion and EPIYT motif, a high proportion of m2, dupA negative or short type dupA, and the jhp0562/β-(1,3) galT double positive genotype.

        Item Type: Article
        Uncontrolled Keywords: Helicobacter pylori, Indonesia, Virulence factors
        Subjects: Q Science > QR Microbiology
        R Medicine > R Medicine (General)
        Divisions: Jurnal > Fakultas Kedokteran
        Depositing User: YUDITH ANNISA AYU REZKITHA
        Date Deposited: 14 Aug 2020 11:24
        Last Modified: 18 Nov 2020 11:06
        URI: http://repository.um-surabaya.ac.id/id/eprint/4217

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