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enterobacteriaceae

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  • A study done by renowned microbiologist Dr. Anthony C Hilton concluded that 25% of men, and 15% of women have a harmful bacteria called enterobacteriaceae living under their nails.

    Thomas P. Connelly, D.D.S.: Biting Your Nails, Part 2

  • Some species of a group of bacteria called enterobacteriaceae, after the Greek word enteron, which means ā€œintestine,ā€ are capable of making us a little sick or very sick depending on the circumstances.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • The bacteria involved are a group known as enterobacteriaceae, which can cause serious infections such as septicaemia, pneumonia and abscesses.

    Daily Express

  • The most common were enterobacteriaceae (found on 86 cloths) E coli (21), Staphylococcus aureus (six) and listeria (five).

    Restaurant cleaning cloths pose health risk, says study

  • My cousin P. rettgeri and I are Gram negative enterobacteriaceae.

    Archive 2006-06-01

  • I'm part of the enterobacteriaceae, from tribe 3, Salmonellae.

    Salmonella enteritidis

  • I'm a Gram negative bacteria, family enterobacteriaceae.

    Klebsiella rhinoscleromatis

  • I'm a Gram negative bacteria in the enterobacteriaceae family.

    Archive 2006-06-01

  • Enteroviruses, like enterobacteriaceae, enter the home through fecal contamination.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • A consignment of whitefish sent to Spain in June was rejected after it "was found to have a level of enterobacteriaceae higher than the level acceptable under Spanish law," the Namibian trade ministry said.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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