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enteric

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intestinal
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His research interests are in epidemiologic and genetic characterization of enteric bacteria and antibiotic resistance.
EPA and WHO requirements based on reduction of enteric bacteria and viruses.
This study reports a comparison of the antimicrobial activities of brine salting, chlorinated solution and Moringa oleifera plant extracts treatment on enteric bacteria in Rastrineobola argentea and Oreochromis niloticus fish collected from beaches and markets in Lake Victoria Basin of western Kenya.
Thus, tigecycline was sensitive against all isolates of MDR Gram positive and Gram negative enteric bacteria by the E-test and disk diffusion method in the first part of this study.
As mentioned, the survival time of enteric bacteria is reduced by high pH (Carlucci & Pramer 1960) and high salinity (Goyal et al.
4) Death, usually due to sepsis from Gram negative and Gram positive enteric bacteria, such as Escherichia coli, Klebsiella pneumoniae, and Enterococcus species, occurs in greater than 80% of immunosuppressed patients with hyperinfection syndrome.
API 20E test kits were used for identification of enteric bacteria and API 20NE for aeromonads.
Scientists have discovered that some enteric bacteria recognize when they are in a human host and respond by activating a particular set of virulence genes that enable the organism to colonize the host and contribute to the disease process.
Because of its high pH, Cary-Blair is the medium of choice for transport and preservation of enteric bacteria.
The National Reference laboratory has introduced new technology in testing for enteric bacteria pathogens in a bid to improve diagnostics.
Fecal specimens collected from both food handlers were negative for enteric bacteria but were not tested for viral pathogens.