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THE ROLE OF EPSILONPROTEOBACTERIA IN CHILDREN WITH GASTROENTERITIS

Abstract

A polymerase chain reaction–denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis method was used to examine 50 stool samples from children in Belgium with gastroenteritis for an extensive range of Epsilonproteobacteria species. During the 3-month study period, Campylobacter concisus was the most common species. Our observations suggest that C. concisus displays similar microbiologic and clinical features as Campylobacter jejuni.

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