E-coli


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E-coli

[ˌiːˈkəʊlaɪ] N (Med) → E. coli m
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It produced zones of inhibition against E-coli, Staphylococcus aureus and Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
The new system is working well and while this won t be a complete cure to e-coli presence in the water system, we can be confident that it will significantly reduce the occurrences.
UKPRwire, Wed May 07 2014] The E-coli Partnering 2009-2014 provides understanding and access to the e-coli partnering deals and agreements entered into by the worlds leading healthcare companies.
More than 80 per cent of samples in one test were found to contain E-coli, while 60 per cent of samples failed UAE and international standards for levels of potentially harmful bacteria in water.
Twenty are clear at present, but what that doesn't mean is that there won't be other children who develop diarrhoea or other children who become positive for suspected E-Coli.
By SAMUEL HAMILTON CONSUMERS have been warned by the Food Safety Authority not to eat raw bean sprouts over E-coli fears.
city of Lille, when seven children were originally hospitalised with E-Coli
WELSH salad growers affected by the E-coli outbreak in Germany can now apply for emergency compensation.
After the e-coli outbreak that rocked world food markets and led to the death of several people, the ministry has stated that vegetables suspected to be affected with e-coli had been banned and safety certificates from importing countries were necessary, the ADFCA said in a recent statement.
GB Rowing announced on Wednesday they had pulled their team from the second event of the World Cup series due to concerns over the E-coli outbreak in Germany.
GB Rowing announced they had pulled their entire team from the second event of the World Cup series due to concerns over the E-coli outbreak in Germany.
Shadow Public Health Minister Diane Abbott slammed the Coalition for the decline in standards which, she claimed, was increasing the risks of food poisoning and lethal e-coli outbreaks.