Authors:Ralf Ignatius, Christiane Berg, Chris Weiland, Angela Darmer, Thilo Wenzel, Marion Lorenz, Jörg Fuhrmann and Michael Müller
consist of invasive tests, i.e., culture, histology, rapid urease test (RUT), and PCR, as well as non-invasive tests, such as urea breath test (UBT), serological assays for the detection of serum antibodies, and stoolantigentests (SATs) [ 1 , 2
Authors:Ayat Moradipour, Afra Khosravi and Fatemeh Piri
negative ones in terms of the presence of the gene in the stool DNA specimen, suggesting importance of the role of these genes in stimulating the immune system.
In the previous studies, the stoolantigentest was introduced as a low-cost and rapid
Authors:Reza Ranjbar, Payam Behzadi and Shohreh Farshad
-invasive direct tests
The SAT or fecal antigen test (FAT) is known as rapid, simple, and facilitated technique which is based on fecal antigen detection of H. pylori . In new format of the SAT or