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Volume 85, Number 1, February 2002

Free Content Helicobacter: a paradigm shift in peptic ulcer disease and more?
pp. 13-31(19)
Authors: Basset, Christelle; Holton, John; Vaira, Dino

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Free Content Inflammatory bowel disease: is the intestine a Trojan horse?
pp. 33-56(24)
Authors: Basset, Christelle; Holton, John

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Free Content Methicillin resistance in Staphylococcus aureus: mechanisms and modulation
pp. 57-72(16)
Authors: Stapleton, Paul D.; Taylor, Peter W.

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Free Content Prospects for generating new Antibiotics
pp. 73-88(16)
Authors: Waugh, Alastair C. W.; Long, Paul F.

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