ETEC


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ETEC

ETEC

Enterotoxic Escherichia coli, see there.

ETEC

Abbreviation for enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli.
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coli (DEC) pathotypes were more prevalent, with ETEC (30.8%) and EAEC (26.1%) being detected at high rates.
The group examined how ETEC behaved inside humans during infection compared to how it behaved in the laboratory.
With the completed acquisition of Etec, the company expects that its strengthened presence in the region will allow it to provide New Zealand customers with a broader range of products tailored to the unique needs of growers in this attractive market.
reuteri LR1 (1 x [10.sup.8] CFU for 6h) before exposure to ETEC K88 (1 x 107CFU for 1h), then IPEC-1 cells were collected for Western blotting analysis.
The genes belonging to ETEC were the most detected with a frequency of 74% and 55% of the cases for the genes "est" and "elt," respectively.
(1992) reported that all piglets developed mild to severe diarrhea within 12 h of ETEC infection.
Enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli and Shigella infecting agents were previously identified by using a combination of culture with hybridization of DIG-labeled probe (ETEC) and Shigella serotyping.
coli (EAEC, tEPEC, and ETEC) were conducted at each site as described by Panchalingham et al.
The acquisition encompasses Crucell Sweden's assets, licences and privileges related to Dukoral, a vaccine against cholera and traveler's diarrhea caused by ETEC, as well as Crucell Holland's vaccine distribution business in the Nordic region.
Professor Gordon Dougan, senior author from the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, said: "This research strengthens our belief that it is possible to target a broad range of enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli (ETEC) groups with one vaccine.