pullorum is poorly studied but bears sufficient similarity to diarrheogenic
6) Fine and colleagues (7) defined a concentration of magnesium above 50 mMol as diarrheogenic
Many of the Guadalajara sauces had diarrheogenic
strains of E.
bacterial enteritis in acquired immunodeficiency syndrome: a light and electron microscopy study of 52 cases.
Coli, Other Diarrheogenic
79,420 2,090 Listeria monocytogenes 2,518 1,259 373 Salmonella Typhi [b] 824 412 Salmonella, Nontyphoidal 1,412,498 37,171 37,842 Shigella spp.
To the Editor: Enteropathogenic Escherichia coli (EPEC), 1 of the 6 pathotypes of diarrheogenic
To reduce the cost of the investigation, diarrheogenic
strains of E.
This communication also illustrates 2 principles that should be recognized more generally with regard to diarrheogenic
The best characterized diarrheogenic
Escherichia coli (DE) groups include enterotoxigenic (ETEC), enteropathogenic (EPEC), enteroinvasive (EIEC), enteroaggregative (EAEC), and Shiga toxin-producing (STEC) E.
DNA probes identifying diarrheogenic
Escherichia coli pathotypes (a) E.
In 1995, during the Second International Symposium on EPEC in Sao Paulo, most participants accepted the following EPEC definition: "EPEC are diarrheogenic
Escherichia coli that produce a characteristic histopathology known as attaching and effacing (A/E) on intestinal cells and that do not produce Shiga, Shiga-like, or verocytotoxins.
All samples were examined for STEC and other enteric pathogens such as other diarrheogenic