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The prevalence of Escherichia coli carrying resistance factors (R factors) was examined in meat-consuming individuals and in those not consuming meat (vegetarians and babies below the age of 6 months). Assuming that the transport of resistant E. coli from animals through meat and meat products to the human consumer is most important, with regard to the(More)
Samples of faeces were obtained at weekly intervals from 12 patients in a traumatology ward. Each time 20 colonies ofE.coli were typed. The results were compared with those of similar investigations in 10 healthy adults. No difference was found between the two groups as regards changes in the residentE. coli flora, nor in the frequency of occurrence of(More)
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