E. coli

Pustule glum at ozemail.com.au
Tue Aug 20 04:48:56 EST 1996

You're both correct (well sort of).  Escherichia coli is part of your
normal flora.  However, under certain circumstances it can become a
pathogen with a spectrum ranging from wound infection or diarrhoea,
right to septicaemia/death or renal failure/death.

I've attached a Word for Windows document which consists of some old
study notes.  Maybe some bits and pieces from it will help you.




Microbiologists do it with Culture and Sensitivity
Meet me at my Home page http://www.ozemail.com.au/~glum/index.html
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