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  • n. a genus of enteric bacteria


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  • Some examples include staphylococcus, salmonella, escherichia coli, shigella, or listeria monocytogenes - just to name a few.

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  • The report lists types of bacteria that might be found in raw milk, including campylobacter, escherichia, listeria, salmonella, yersina and brucella.

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  • Scanning electron micrograph of escherichia coli, strain 0157: H7

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  • A wide range of genera was detected - with escherichia and Enterobacter most often present compared to other Enterobacteriaceae, said the study.

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  • Ganoderma mushrooms are reported to exhibit direct anti-microbial properties with the following organisms; aspergillus niger, bacillus cereus, candida albicans, and escherichia coli.

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