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Table 2 Blast results of Egyptian H. pylori 16s rRNA partial sequence with Gene bank nucleotide consensus sequences

From: A variety of Helicobacter pylori strains colonize the stomach of non-bleeding Egyptian patients with upper gastrointestinal disorders

Endoscopic diagnosisStrainNo. of patientsIdentityaccession number
Non-ulcerative lesions (no.11)H. pylori SouthAfrica20597–99%CP006691.1
H. pylori SouthAfrica7197%CP002336.1
H. pylori oki828 (Japan)299%CP006826.1
H. pylori oki898 (Japan)196%CP006826.1
H. pylori oki128 (Japan)199%CP006822.1
H. pylori strain BM012B (USA)197%CP007605.1
Ulcerative lesions (no. 15)H. pylori SouthAfrica20296%CP006691.1
H. pylori SouthAfrica7197%CP002336.1
H. pylori oki828 (Japan)598–99%CP006826.1
H. pylori oki128 (Japan)199%CP006822.1
H. pylori MKM6 (Japan)198–99%AP017362
H. pylori strain BM012B (USA)297–98%CP007605.1
H. pylori strain BM013B (USA)199%CP007606.1
H. pylori J166 (USA)188%CP007603.1
H. pylori J99 (USA)199%CP011330.1
Neoplastic lesions (no. 7)H. pylori SouthAfrica20296%CP006691.1
H. pylori Gambia94/24 (Gambia)388–93%CP002332.1
H. pylori NY40 DNA (Japan)194%CP002332.
H.pylori USU-102 (USA)198%EU544226