Escherichia coli

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Synonyms for Escherichia coli

a species of bacterium normally present in intestinal tract of humans and other animals


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This was the first confirmed outbreak of EIEC in the United States in 47 years, and the first report of EIEC serotype O8:H19.
DEC distribution was as follows: aEPEC (eae+, bfp-, and stx-) in 13 children, EIEC (ipaH+) in 3, and STEC (eae+, stx2+) in one child.
Detected coinfections included the following: EAEC + Norovirus, EAEC + Rotavirus, EIEC + Norovirus, E.
Identification of diarrheagenic Escherichia coli disease, shigellosis, and EIEC causative agent by culture can take days to weeks.
However, no STEC strain was isolated while the incidence of EHEC, EIEC and EPEC was 3 (7.1%), 3 (7.1%) and 6 (14.3%), respectively.
The strategic value creation by EIEC is in sustaining engineering, product development, application engineering and advanced technology through cutting edge innovation.
To detection of bacteria and viruses there was applied the test of system AmplySence [R] (Moscow): "Shigella species, EIEC", "Salmonella species", "Campylobacter species",
EX = <[e.sub.1], [e.sub.2], ..., [e.sub.n]> eiEC [union] ES, i = 1, 2, ..., n
coli), causing diarrhea in infants and travelers; (2) EIEC (enteroinvasive E.
coli responsaveis predominantemente por disturbios entericos sao agrupadas em seis tipos: enterotoxigenicas (ETEC), enteroinvasoras (EIEC), enteropatogenicas (EPEC), enterohemorragicas (EHEC), enteroagregativas (EAEC) e de aderencia difusa (DAEC) (15).
** EIEC cause a dysentery-like diarrhea with fever.
coli (EIEC) and causes dysentery that is indistinguishable from that due to Shigella species, with which it shares a large number of virulence determinants.