enteric bacteria

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Synonyms for enteric bacteria

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The aadA gene was conserved among the class 1 and class 2 integrons, which suggests a possible selective mechanism for this cassette in enteric bacteria from natural waters.
Typhi are most likely to have arisen from sensitive isolates by acquisition of resistance plasmids from antibiotic-resistant enteric bacteria.
The efficacy of this recommendation has never been tested, however, against enteric bacteria and viruses.
It was important to evaluate the antimicrobial activities of n-hexane and ethanol seed extracts of Moringa oleifera against enteric bacteria in fish Rastrineobola argentea and Oreochromis niloticus as reported in this paper.
Enteric bacteria are considered important potential pathogens in avian clinical medicine, causing either primary or opportunistic infections.
Her main research interests are epidemiology and anti-microbial drug susceptibility of enteric bacteria.
Although it has become clear that intestinal epithelialmucosal immune interactions and enteric bacteria play a critical role in the development of IBD, the substantial clinical efficacy of probiotics in these disorders is less evident.
National Antimucrobial Resistance Monitoring Systen for Enteric Bacteria (NARMS) Arm Annual Report, 2009 Athens, GA.
In addition to total viable count (TVC) and total coliforms (TC), pathogenic enteric bacteria like faecal coliforms (FC), Faecal streptococci spp (FS), Escherichia coli (EC), shigella spp (SH), Vibrio cholerae (VC) and Vibrio parahaemolyticus were evaluated to assess the water quality.
and ESBL producing enteric bacteria were sensitive to tigecycline by the E-test and disc diffusion methods.
The laboratory's researchers assess the prevalence, diversity, quantity of enteric bacteria associated with produce.
reduce the survival time of enteric bacteria in the environment, as studies elsewhere have consistently demonstrated (Mallin et al.
Three mechanisms have been proposed to explain this association: 1) the integrity of the intestinal mucosa is disrupted, which allows enteric bacteria to enter the bloodstream, 2) enteric pathogens enter the bloodstream attached to Strongyloides larvae, and 3) enteric organisms enter the bloodstream as they are excreted by the parasites already in the circulation.
Previous data have shown that monitoring the response of antibiotic resistant enteric bacteria, rather than the entire assemblage, is a potentially productive approach to the examination of the responses of natural populations of bacteria to anthropogenic disturbances (Halda-Alija et al.
Examples of coordinated bacterial behavior, such as the "swarming" movements of enteric bacteria, have been observed for almost 100 years.