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Jun 14, 2011

Jun 14, 2011

E coli cases slow as more details on pathogen emerge

(CIDRAP News) – German authorities investigating the nation's biggest Escherichia coli outbreak said today that the number of new cases has dropped significantly, as European scientists released the latest results from a genetic analysis of the unusual strain, which they say might have a human reservoir.

Feb 24, 2004

Feb 24, 2004

Y pseudotuberculosis infections traced to lettuce

(CIDRAP News) – An unusual intestinal infection that is often mistaken for appendicitis has been traced to a specific food source, iceberg lettuce, for the first time, according to a report in the Mar 1 Journal of Infectious Diseases (JID).

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