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Escherichia coli

Definitions

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  • proper n. A taxonomic species within the genus Escherichia — the bacteria E. coli.

Etymologies

From Escherichia + Latin coli, genitive of colon, from Ancient Greek κῶλον (kōlon, "limb, leg, arm"). (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Coli every year in the United States, and about 36 percent of them come from the strain known as Escherichia coli 0157:H7 that Oregon officials blame for this latest outbreak, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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  • The most common bacteria that make this enzyme are Gram negative such as Escherichia coli and

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  • FRANKFURT—German officials said late Sunday that domestically grown bean sprouts may be the source of the Escherichia coli outbreak that has killed 22 people and sickened at least 1,600.

    Bean Sprouts Are New E. Coli Suspect

  • World-Wide German agricultural authorities said bean sprouts might have caused the Escherichia coli bacterial scare, saying a bean-sprout farm tested positive and deliveries had been tied to restaurants where diners suffered infections.

    What's News—

  • But weeks into the severe Escherichia coli bacterial outbreak that appears to have emanated in or near this port city, the mystery infection has taken an economic toll here as many worried consumers swear off eating these foods.

    Hamburg Restaurants Just Say No to Vegetables

  • World-Wide German authorities were still hunting for the origin of the deadly Escherichia coli outbreak after early tests failed to confirm that a bean-sprout farm in northern Germany was the source.

    What's News—

  • FRANKFURT—German authorities on Monday were still hunting for the origin of the deadly Escherichia coli outbreak after early tests failed to confirm that a bean-sprout farm in northern Germany was the source.

    E. coli's Trigger Remains a Mystery

  • The culprit behind Europe's deadly Escherichia coli outbreak appears to be an evolved and extremely toxic version of a bug first identified in Münster, Germany, in 2001, according to genetic analyses done by two separate teams of scientists.

    Gene Probe Yields E. coli Clue

  • But that reaction pales in comparison to what's happening in Europe, where consumers are coping first-hand with the sudden outbreak of a highly toxic strain of a known bacteria, Escherichia coli , more commonly known as E. coli.

    E. coli and the Fear Factor

  • The import ban followed Europe's deadly Escherichia coli outbreak earlier this month and has proved a controversial move.

    Locked Out

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