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Response to Abadi and Kusters, World J Gastroenterol 19: 429-430
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Pages: 3711-3712
Year: Issue:  23
Journal: World Journal of Gastroenterology

Keyword:  Inducible nitric oxide synthetaseHelicobacter pyloriGastric cancer;
Abstract: In a recent study, Rafiei et al, reported a link between a C150T polymorphism in the human inducible nitric oxide gene and Helicobacter pylori infection as a risk factor for gastric cancer among an Iranian population. Subsequently, Abadi and Kusters published a letter to the editor questioning the validity of the study because of a supposed flaw in primer design. Here we respond to the claims of Abadi and Kusters and show that the results reported in the original article are valid.
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