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What is the IMViC reaction of E.coli? A/A, ++--
What is the strain serotype of enterohemorrhagic E.coli, and what toxins cause it to be so deadly? E.coli O157:H7 - Verotoxins I and II
What are the two tests that test for EHEC, and what are the positive results? MacConkey Agar - clear and colorless Latex agglutination for antigen O157 - positive agglutination
Which four E.coli strains can cause enteritis or gastroenteritis syndromes? enterotoxigenic strain, enteropathogenic strain, enteroinvasive strain, and enterohemorrhagic strain.
How often is E.coli recovered in the lab? The most commonly recovered species.
Created by: cfchang