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Because of its low-moisture properties, flour is an unusual conduit of E coli bacteria.
Surveillance report finds rising incidence of E coli bacteremia, declining antibiotic consumption in England.
Investigators found rising nonsusceptibility in E coli isolates, but decreasing resistance in other gram-negative pathogens.
Transmission chain mapping points to prolonged colistin use in livestock and poultry.
Many nations are following up on last year's pledges, and 85% of nations have action plans in the works or completed.
Litter (bird feces) used as fertilizer may play a key role.
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