M R Heredia Navarrete

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Enteroinvasive Escherichia coli (EIEC) share important features with Shigella spp., but EIEC strains are difficult to identify because their biochemical reactions are variable, and Sereny tests or other biological and molecular assays are expensive or hard to perform. The aim of this work was to detect probable enteroinvasive E. coli strains by using four(More)
30 children were followed up during their first three months of life, in order to determinate the moment for Salmonella excretion through feces. Five samples were taken during first month, and 3 samples in the next 2 months each. S. enteritidis was isolated in 10 children (33.3%), 4 of which were positive in 1 sample, and the others in more than one. From(More)
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