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en·ter·o·bac·te·ri·a

(en'tĕr-ō-bak-tēr'ē-ă),
Plural of enterobacterium.

enterobacteria

BACTERIA in the family Enterobacteriaceae. Such organisms are Gram negative (see GRAM'S STAIN and are facultative ANAEROBES. They may be found in SOIL, WATER or the human or animal INTESTINE. An example is ESCHERICHIA COLI .
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In summary, probiotic consumption may be capable of influencing the prevalence of enterobacteria in the oral cavity.
La susceptibilidad de los reptiles a patologias causadas por enterobacterias especialmente del genero Salmonella sp, se relacionan con estados de inmunodepresion en el animal, lo que se puede producir a causa del estres por cautiverio, a la alteracion en temperaturas medioambientales, al numero de microorganismos presentes, la edad y el estado nutricional del animal entre otras (2-5).
Emergence of CTX-M-15-producing enterobacteria in Cameroon and characterization of a blaCTXM-15-carrying element.
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Los pacientes en quienes se aislaron enterobacteria y Pseudomonas aeruginosa resistentes a cefalosporina de amplio espectro se ubicaron en el grupo de los casos, mientras que los pacientes con germenes sensibles fueron rotulados como controles; lo anterior en una proporcion uno a uno (1:1).
Most reported cases concern bacterial contamination, particularly by enterobacteria (salmonella spp, E.
According to one study, out of 186 dishcloths investigated, 13% were contaminated with Escherichia coli, 11.9% with another Enterobacteria, Citrobacter freundii and 21.1% with Pseudomonas spp.
Levy of Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston and his colleagues reported that some enterobacteria pump out tetracycline.
Taiwan argues that WHO observer status would help the government further improve public health, and that access to its programs and research data could help deal with diseases such as an enterobacteria epidemic that claimed the lives of dozens of children last summer.
"This is true of enterobacteria, like Salmonella, which originate in a living animal's gastrointestinal tract."