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The Escherichia coli strain causing a large outbreak of haemolytic uraemic syndrome and bloody diarrhoea in Germany in May and June 2011 possesses an unusual combination of pathogenic features(More)
Two temporary Escherichia coli O group strains OX3 and OX7 are given permanent status as O174 and O175, respectively. Both these test strains were originally isolated from cases of human diarrhoea.(More)