H Chung / M Lee J (@1.53) vs S Fukuda / O Kwon (@2.38)
17-10-2019

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pylori infection in Korea. pylori eradication has decreased to an unacceptable level. Proton pump inhibitor (PPI)-based triple therapy consisting of PPI, amoxicillin, and clarithromycin, is the recommended first-line treatment for Helicobacter pylori infection. The available data suggest that the effectiveness of standard triple therapy for H. Adverse events were reported in 41 studies with 8,018 subjects with an overall incidence rate of 20.4% (95% CI, 19.6%-21.3%). A comprehensive literature search was performed up to August 2013 of 104 relevant studies comprising 42,124 patients. However, the eradication rate of triple therapy has declined over the past few decades. We analyzed the eradication rate and adverse events of triple therapy to evaluate current practices in Korea. The overall eradication rate was 74.6% (95% confidence interval [CI], 72.1%-77.2%) by intention-to-treat analysis and 82.0% (95% CI, 80.8%-83.2%) by per-protocol analysis. The eradication rate decreased significantly from 1998 to 2013 (P < 0.001 for both intention-to-treat and per-protocol analyses). A novel therapeutic strategy is warranted to improve the effectiveness of first-line treatment for H.

The presence of cagA in gastric cancer specimens correlates with subcellular coimmunoprecipitation of MUC1 and -catenin. CagA positive samples also show nuclear colocalisation of -catenin and overexpressed cyclin D1. pylori virulence factor, can be injected into host cells where it undergoes tyrosine phosphorylation (Figure 2). As discussed, in gastric cancer, MUC1 acts as an oncoprotein by binding -catenin and modulating the wnt signaling pathway, leading to the upregulation of cyclin D1. Taken together, this suggests that cagA is a regulator of the wnt signaling cascade [23]. CagA, a H.

E., Kang, H. K., Choi, I., Oh, K., Kim, J. D., and Ahn, C. S., Yi, K., Lee, J. Hydrogen peroxide increases human leukocyte adhesion to porcine aortic endothelial cells via NFkappaB-dependent upregulation of vascular cell adhesion molecule-1 (VCAM-1): The functional significance of H2O2-induced porcine VCAM-1. Lee, S., Chung, J., Ha, I. 2007. International Immunology. Y., Surh, C.

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On 31 March 2013, he came back to the K-league after 1381 days with Incheon United in a game against Daejeon Citizen.[4] After a slow start, he finally got an assist against Ulsan Hyundai on 20 April 2013.[5] On 25 May 2013, he scored his first goal since his comeback against Busan IPark.

pylori eradication in Korea; however, there are several limitations. pylori. Therefore, there may be other factors not included in our analysis that influence the eradication rate of H. Second, we could not assess the antibiotic resistance rates and precise compliance rates in each study population. First, although we tried to include data from all over Korea, our data may not be representative of the entire Korean population. Our present study is the largest study to date examining H.

The eradication rate showed a decreasing tendency from the years 1998 to 2013 based on ITT and PP analysis (P

Abstracts presented through August 2013 at the following congresses were also hand-searched: Digestive Disease Week, the United European Gastroenterology Week, the Korean Society of Gastroenterology, the Korean College of Helicobacter and Upper Gastrointestinal Research, and the Korean Association of Internal Medicine. pylori or H. pylori and eradication, triple, first-line, proton pump inhibitor, PPI, amoxicillin, clarithromycin, or metronidazole. Care was taken to avoid obtaining duplicate data by examining the authors' names and affiliations for each publication. Abstracts of articles in each of these multiple searches were reviewed, and those meeting the inclusion criteria were included. Abstracts and full papers from relevant studies were reviewed, and those meeting the defined selection criteria were considered for further evaluation. A comprehensive literature search was performed to identify relevant studies through August 2013 using computer-assisted bibliographic searches of PubMed, KoreaMed, and KMBASE. Combinations of the following terms were used: H. Overlapping articles and articles unrelated to our analysis were excluded.

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We therefore performed a meta-analysis to evaluate the eradication rate and adverse events of first-line triple therapy to verify the effectiveness of current practice in Korea. In contrast, other studies reported that the eradication rate remained constant over 5-11 yr, although the eradication rate was found to be below 90% in a per-protocol (PP) analysis (18, 19, 20). This discrepancy may be due to geographical differences in antibiotic resistance and to different methods used for determining eradication. Several observational studies assessing trends in H. pylori eradication over a number of years have been performed in Korea. In some reports, the eradication rate of standard triple therapy was shown to have decreased to 77.5% in recent years (15, 17).

MUC2 expression is progressively lost with increasing tumor stage. MUC1 is strongly expressed in two thirds (18/27) of well-differentiated localized tumors but only 41% (38/92) of poorly differentiated tumors. MUC1 expression similarly decreases with higher tumor stage. MUC5AC expression progressively decreases with loss of tumor differentiation, and is more often seen in intestinal-type (105/217, 48%) compared to diffuse-type (4/40, 10%) cancers [12]. MUC2 expression, although not a feature of normal gastric mucosa, is expressed in 98% (39/40) of diffuse-type and 90% (194/217) of intestinal-type gastric neoplasms.

This highlights the physiological role of wild-type MUC1 in mucosal protection on the one hand, and its potential to act as an oncoprotein, on the other. There are currently no widely accepted guidelines for screening individuals with a family history of gastric cancer or those with exposure to established environmental risk factors. The SNP with greatest significance, rs4072037, confers a 1.66-fold risk, and in the presence of a SNP in Prostate Stem Cell Ag, confers a 8.38-fold risk for developing diffuse-type gastric cancer [28]. Traditionally, the magnitude of these subjects risk has been difficult to quantify, the modality and frequency of screening tests remains unclear, and there are no practical interventions available to treat precursor lesions, if identified. However, in a landmark study attempting to shed light on the problem of risk stratification in high-risk subjects, two single-nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) in the MUC1 gene were identified [27]. Another group demonstrated that A/G polymorphism at the 568 site of exon 2 correlates with gastric cancer risk, and that the AA polymorphism leads to decreased MUC1 expression and increased cancer risk [29].

In Korea, the rate of resistance to clarithromycin was 5.9% before 2000, but has rapidly increased to 38.5% in the period of 2007 to 2009 (9, 16, 66, 67, 68). Whereas an eradication rate higher than 75% is still achieved despite metronidazole resistance, clarithromycin resistance lowers the eradication rate by 20%, making it difficult to achieve an 80% eradication rate (71, 72). There are several known factors that affect the eradication of H. In clinical practice, such antibiotics are usually prescribed for respiratory infections and are widely used for H. Among these factors, the main cause of the low eradication rate is presumed to be clarithromycin resistance. In addition, antibiotic treatment interruption due to gastrointestinal adverse events, such as diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, and abdominal discomfort, may be another reason for increased antibiotic resistance. These rates are much higher than in other countries, such as Italy, and the main reason for this discrepancy may be the wide national and regional variations in the prevalence of antibiotic resistance (69). Potential approaches to overcome this resistance problem include patient-tailored, sequential, or concomitant therapies. pylori, such as antibiotic resistance, geographical area, patient age, smoking status, compliance, duration of therapy, bacterial density, Cag A, gastric acid concentration, individual response to PPI, and the presence of CYP2C19 polymorphism (10, 37, 64, 65). Clarithromycin resistance has been associated with cross-resistance caused by previous treatment with macrolides (70). pylori eradication treatment.