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Escherichia Coli

EC,Escherichia Coli,Escherichiae coli,Escherichia coliS

Escherichia Coli - EC
Publications: 117,178| Citation Count: 1,329,031
Stemming Variations: Escherichiae coli, Escherichia coliS
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    • Escherichia coli is a zoonotic bacterium that is important to both public health and livestock economics. To date, most studies of zoonotic E. coli transmission have been conducted in developed nations with industrialized agricultural economies. In this study, E. coli bacteria were collected from people and livestock in two communities in rural western Uganda in order to investigate patterns of interspecific bacterial transmission in a developing rural economy characterized by very close human-livestock associations...

    Innocent B. Rwegoet al. High Rates of Escherichia coli Transmission between Livestock and Huma...

    • Escherichia coli is a zoonotic bacterium that is important to both public health and livestock economics. To date, most studies of zoonotic E. coli transmission have been conducted in developed nations with industrialized agricultural economies. In this study, E. coli bacteria were collected from people and livestock in two communities in rural western Uganda in order to investigate patterns of interspecific bacterial transmission in a developing rural economy characterized by very close human-livestock associations...

    Innocent B. Rwegoet al. High Rates of Escherichia coli Transmission between Livestock and Huma...

    • Escherichia coli is a remarkable and diverse organism. This normally harmless commensal needs only to acquire a combination of mobile genetic elements to become a highly adapted pathogen capable of causing a range of diseases, from gastroenteritis to extraintestinal infections of the urinary tract, bloodstream and central nervous system. The worldwide burden of these diseases is staggering, with hundreds of millions of people affected annually...

    Matthew A. Croxenet al. Molecular mechanisms of Escherichia coli pathogenicity

    • Escherichia coli is an important pathogen that shows increasing antimicrobial resistance in isolates from both animals and humans. Our laboratory recently described Salmonella isolates from food animals and humans that expressed an identical plasmid-mediated, AmpC-like -lactamase, CMY-2. In the present study, 59 of 377 E. coli isolates from cattle and swine (15.6%) and 6 of 1,017 (0.6%) isolates of human E. coli from the same geographic region were resistant to both cephamycins and extended-spectrum cephalosporins...

    P. L. Winokuret al. Evidence for Transfer of CMY-2 AmpC  Lactamase Plasmids between Escher...

    • Escherichia coli is a common host for recombinant protein production for biotechnology applications. Secretion to the extracellular media has the potential to reduce protein aggregation and to simplify downstream purification. However, the complexity of the mechanisms of protein secretion has confounded prior attempts to engineer enhanced secretion phenotypes...

    Pat S. Leeet al. Engineering HlyA Hypersecretion in Escherichia coli Based on Proteomic...

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