Chronic Helicobacter pylori-assotiated infection in children, paracellular permeability of the gastric mucosa and food allergy
Keywords:Helicobacter pylori, children, food allergy, claudins, tight junctions, paracellular permeability
AbstractCurrently, issues related to tight junction dysfunction, are one of the most relevant and studied in scientific world. In spite of significant achievements, many problems are still open today. This review discusses the molecular structure and regulation of stomach tight junctions, the relationship between Helicobacter pylori and food allergy in children and the possibility of pharmacological regulation of paracellular permeability of the gastric mucosa. To write the article, information was searched using Scopus, Web of Science, MEDLINE, PubMed and Google Scholar databases.
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