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Diarrhea and vomiting caused in babies by E.coli bacteria
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What is E. coli?

E. Coli   Escherichia coli , usually abbreviated to E. coli, (coli is latin for "of the colon") discovered by Theodor Escherich, a German pediatrician and bacteriologist, i

How do you get E coli?

By foods like meat, milk, fruits, and vegetables people eat. So BE CAREFUL!

How does E coli poisoning occur?

You can get E. coli poisoning in a few different ways. You can get  it from coming into contact with feces, eating infected meat, or  swallowing infected water from a pool,

How can a woman give E Coli to a baby by breast feeding?

E. coli and other intestinal bacteria could be transmitted if mom has poor hygiene. E. coli is passed by the fecal-oral route and is in the normal intestinal flora. When E. co

How do you get E. coli?

By eating foods that are infected with the virus such as uncooked meats, milk, some fruits and vegetables, juices, etc.

What E stands for in E. coli?

Escherichia, the genus name of E. Coli. It is named after Theodor Escherich, who had discovered the bacterium.

Where is e coli usually found?

Normally, E. coli (Escherichia coli) bacteria can be detected in  the intestines of human beings and animals.   It can be found in the following places:   1. contamin

What food does E coli grow in?

It does not really grow in food. It is found in fecal matter (crap). Food that comes into contact with this crap becomes contaminated. Also, certain types of fertilizer can co
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What is Escherichia coli or E. coli?

Escherichia coli (commonly abbreviated E. coli; pronounced /ˌɛʃɨˈrɪkiə ˈkoʊlaɪ/, named after Theodor Escherich) is a Gram negative rod-shaped bacterium that is commo

What do you do if you have e coli?

Do you mean have E. coli food poisoning or having E. coli in your organism? Everyone has E. coli in their intestines and it makes up a large proportion in your faeces. Howev
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How does Enterohemorrhagic e coli differ from the e coli that is normal flora in the intestinal tract?

E. coli is the abbreviated name of the bacterium in the Family Enterobacteriaceae named Escherichia (Genus) coli (Species). Dave Graham in the Department of Microbiology, Univ

What does e- coli do?

E. coli strains belongs to a group of bacteria known as shiga  toxin-producing E.coli(steg) for short. it infects the digestive  system and the kidneys it causes bloody diar