RoC Review of Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori): Chronic Infection
Primary Uses or Exposures
- A gram negative, multi-flagellated bacterium that colonizes the stomach and causes peptic ulcer.
- Spread by person-to-person contact especially among family members or in crowded living conditions or poor sanitation/hygiene.
- Routes of exposure include: oral-oral, fecal-oral and possibly from contaminated water. The bacterium has been detected in surface, ground, and well water in the United States.
- Approximately 36% of the total population are infected with H. pylori.
|Jan 19, 2012||Federal Register notice requesting public comment on nominated substances|
|Mar 15, 2016||RoC Concept|
|May 01, 2018||RoC Monograph - Peer review draft
|May 11, 2018||Federal Register notice requesting public comment on the draft monograph|
|Sep 12, 2018||RoC Monograph - Revised draft|
|Oct 26, 2018||RoC Monograph - Final|
Meetings & Events
|Apr 11, 2016||NTP Board of Scientific Counselors Meeting||Board of Scientific Counselors||
|Oct 09, 2018||NTP Board of Scientific Counselors Meeting||Board of Scientific Counselors||
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