EPEC


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EPEC

EPEC

abbreviation for enteropathic Escherichia coli.

EPEC

Enteropathic Escherichia coli, see there.

EPEC

Abbreviation for enteropathogenic Escherichia coli.

EPEC

enteropathogenic Escherichia coli.
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The World Health Organization recognized that EPEC comprises strains of 12 O serogroups: O26, O55, O86, O111, O114, O119, O125, O126, O127, O128, O142 and O158, (24) also known as the classical EPEC serogroups.
EPEC and CSW would not negotiate a sale of the local distribution system.
Among the 104 calf EPEC isolates, O80:H2 was frequently found (40% were PCR positive) and, thus, could be considered emerging.
Los brotes importantes de diarrea causada por EPEC han desaparecido en la mayoria de paises desarrollados, pero se mantienen como caus a importante de diarreas fatales en ninos de paises en desarrollo, focalizandose en grupos sociales de bajo nivel economico; asi, O72 y O42 han sido reportados en cuadros de diarreas en ninos en Brasil (Ghilardi et al, 2003), O55, O111 y O119 en Uruguay (Trabulsi et al.
flexneri 2a IDH 02196 533 [+ or -] 28 No growth Not detected ETEC IDH 01254 513 [+ or -] 23 No growth Not detected EPEC E2347 506 [+ or -] 11 No growth Not detected S.
coli EPEC, isoladas das alfaces, foram cultivados em Caldo BHI (37[degrees]C/24 horas) e, apos o periodo de incubacao, foram realizadas diluicoes sucessivas para a obtencao da turbidez de 0,5 na escala de MacFarland ([10.
The EPEC is expected to have eight full-time employees by 2010, four of whom will be posted by the EIB.
The intimin allele [alpha] is common in EPEC, while [gamma], [epsilon] alleles are reported in majority of the EHEC strains.
As EPEC do not exhibit either of these properties, however, their pathogenicity was brought into question.
The EPEC-O curriculum was developed by the EPEC Project at Northwestern University with major funding from NCI and supplemental funding from the Lance Armstrong Foundation.
New curricula for medical and nursing education have been developed and implemented; a major educational program of the American Medical Association, known as EPEC, trains physicians throughout the country in order to encourage better advance care planning with patients and palliative care skills, and the American Nurse's Association offers a parallel program called ELNEC.