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E.coli

Gram - Rods, Facultative Anaerobes

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Gram - Rods, Facultative Anaerobes E. coli: ETEC, EAgEC, EPEC, EICEC, EHEC, UPEC
E. coli: Labs Lactose fermenting
E. coli: Toxins Type I fimbriae
E. coli: Diseases Hemolytic uremic syndrome, Cystitis, Pyelonephritis, UTI with indwelling catheter, Neonatal Meningitis
ETEC: Diseases Watery, secretory diarrhea known as Traveler's Diarrhea
ETEC: Sources Salads, fruits, vegetables
ETEC: Toxins CFA pili, LT Toxin (cholera-like), ST Toxin; Non-Invasive
EAgEC: Diseases Secretory Diarrhea
EPEC: Diseases Secretory and Mucoid Diarrhea
EPEC: Toxins No enterotoxins
ETEC, EAgEC, EPEC: Treatment Fluid and electrolyte replacement
EIEC: Diseases Blood, pus, and mucous in diarrhea
EIEC: Toxins Shigella-like Toxin
EHEC:Type O157: H7
EHEC: Diseases Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome, Hemorrhagic Colitis
EHEC: Toxins Bfp Pilus, Shiga toxin
EHEC: Sources Beef, Apple juice, Radishes
UPEC: Diseases Cystitis, Neonatal Meningitis, UTI, Pyelonephritis
UPEC: Treatment Ampicillin, Bactrim, Ampicillin + Gentamycin
Created by: vmed