Frequency of Helicobacter pylori virulence genes in water resources of western Iran by direct PCR

Manouchehr Ahmadi Hedayati ©, Afra Hosseinpanahi

Frequency of Helicobacter pylori virulence genes in water resources of western Iran by direct PCR

کد: G-67298

نویسندگان: Manouchehr Ahmadi Hedayati ©, Afra Hosseinpanahi

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برچسب: باکتری شناسی پزشکی

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Background and Aim

Helicobacter pylori causes the most common human bacterial chronic infection worldwide. The seroepidemiological studies show that up to 80% of people in the developing countries have an H. pylori infection history. Previous studies indicate the vigorous relationship between H. pylori infection prevalence and water hygiene status. This study aimed to detect the H. pylori virulence genes by direct PCR on water samples of Sanandaj city, located in the west of Iran.

Methods

Two hundred and fifty water samples were collected from water resources, including wells, Municipal water, river, and dam in Sanandaj city during 6 months from April to September 2019. The preparing stages of water samples was including primary centrifuge, filtration and final centrifuge. To extract potential bacterial DNA, the sediment of water samples were treated by using PowerSoil DNA Isolation Kit (Qiagen Co.). H. pylori virulence genes were detected by using direct PCR and specific primers. The H. pylori 16s rDNA gene sequence of water samples were aligned and compared with other H. pylori 16s rDNA gene sequences registered in GenBank by using mega7 software.

Results

The frequency of H. pylori genome in water samples was 23%, including 20%, 19%, 30%, and 36%, into tap, well, dam, and river water samples, respectively. The highest and lowest frequency rates belonged to well (62.5%, September) and dam water samples (0.0%, August), respectively.

Conclusion

The frequency of H. pylori virulence genes in Sanandaj city water samples was remarkable by using direct PCR method.

Keywords

Helicobacter pylori; Sanandaj; Virulence genes; Water resources

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