Effects of orally administered epidermal growth factor on enteropathogenic
Escherichia coli infection in rabbits.
Enteritis due to enteropathogenic
Characterization of monkey enteropathogenic
Escherichia coli (EPEC) and human typical and atypical EPEC serotype isolates from neotropical nonhuman primates.
In this study, 5 of 12 cases of adenovirus colitis had coinfections: 2 with CMV alone and 1 each with CMV plus Mycobacterium avium complex, CMV plus enteropathogenic
bacterial infection, and CMV plus spirochetosis.
In a similar study in which ampicillin-resistant enteropathogenic
An outbreak of enteropathogenic
Escherichia coli foodborne disease traced to imported French cheese.
They are generally recognized as the normal flora of the intestine of humans and animals, although some coliforms, including Salmonellae, Shigellae, and enteropathogenic
Escherichia coli, are notable enteric pathogens.
bacteria in water are responsible for a variety of diseases like cholera, typhoid, dysenteries, bacillary dysentery, etc.
The RIL developed by De was used in several laboratories for the study of enteropathogenic
serotypes of E.
Supplemental antibiotics improve growth performance and feed efficiency by decreasing enteropathogenic
bacteria (Kim and Kim, 1992).
In one study, facultatively enteropathogenic
organisms such as Klebsiella spp.
Microbial quality and persistence of enteropathogenic
Shigella in fresh water environments.