Enterococcus faecalis

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Enterococcus faecalis

a bacterial species found in human feces and in the intestines of many warm-blooded animals; occasionally found in urinary infections and in blood and heart lesions in cases of subacute endocarditis; a major cause of nosocomial infection, especially in association with gram-negative pathogens.

En·ter·o·coc·cus fae·ca·lis

(en'tĕr-ō-kok'ŭs fē-kā'lis)
A bacterial species found in human feces and in the intestines of many warm-blooded animals; occasionally found in urinary infections and in blood and heart lesions in subacute endocarditis; a major cause of nosocomial infection, especially in association with gram-negative pathogens.
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In the present study although three of the investigated roof water tanks contained higher Streptococci counts the SASO (2000) allows Streptococcus fecalis were detected only in one sample collected from one tank.
coli 0 Lactobacillus fermentum 2 Streptococcus fecalis 12 Bacteriodes fragilis 0 Clostridium perfringens 12 IgM % Positive E.
In dysbiosis, there is an imbalance of the normal microbial environment of the intestinal flora resulting in the overgrowth of yeast/fungi (Candida albicans), bacteria (Clostridium perfringens, Bacteroides fragilis, Streptococcus fecalis, E.

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