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Escherichia coli is commonly found in intestine of human, and any changes in their adaptation or evolution may affect the human body. The relationship between E. coli and food additives is less studied as compared to antibiotics. E. coli within our human gut are consistently interacting with the food additives; thus, it is important to investigate this(More)
Identity at the major histocompatibility complex (MHC) of primed T cells and macrophages was essential for the development of a T cell proliferative response to Purified Protein Derivative of tuberculin (PPD) in the presence of macrophage-associated antigen and potential allogeneic effects were eliminated by the use of one-way fetal liver chimeras as a T(More)
BACKGROUND Escherichia coli is a widely studied prokaryotic system. A recent study had demonstrated that reduced growth of E. coli after extended culture in Luria-Bertani broth is a result of depletion of fermentable sugars but able to sustain extended cell culture due to the presence of amino acids, which can be utilized as a carbon source. However, this(More)
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