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Table 2 Prevalence of antibodies to H. pylori proteins by HP serostatus

From: Helicobacter pylori antibody patterns in Germany: a cross-sectional population study

    Seroprevalence (%)
Protein Nameb Cut-off [MFI] All (n= 1797) Hp-a(n= 933) Hp+a(n= 864) Pc
HP0547 CagA 3091 33 5 63 < 0.0001
HP0010 GroEL 100 47 10 86 < 0.0001
HP1564 Omp 342 54 23 88 < 0.0001
HP0887 VacA 292 46 12 83 < 0.0001
HP0305 HP0305 100 26 2 52 < 0.0001
HP0410 HpaA 100 25 8 43 < 0.0001
HP0522 Cagδ 107 35 13 60 < 0.0001
HP0695 HyuA 274 27 5 50 < 0.0001
HP1104 Cad 100 15 5 26 < 0.0001
HP0537 CagM 178 30 7 56 < 0.0001
HP0875 Catalase 487 31 9 56 < 0.0001
HP0231 HP0231 100 28 4 53 < 0.0001
HP1098 HcpC 158 34 2 69 < 0.0001
HP0243 NapA 100 27 5 51 < 0.0001
HP0073 UreA 216 33 16 51 < 0.0001
  1. aclassification of H. pylori seropositivity as antibody reactivity with at least 4 antigens; bsee Materials and Methods for protein full names; cFisher’s exact test, comparison of Hp- and Hp + sera.