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Escherichia coli a Reliable Indicator of Waterborne Illness Potential

Ercumen A, Arnold BF, Naser AM, Unicomb L, Colford JM Jr. Potential sources of bias in the use of Escherichia coli to measure waterborne diarrhea risk in low-income settings. 257 more words

Microbial Contaminants

Evaluation of the microbiological quality of the leaves of Solanum macrocarpum L. cultivated with the chicken’s droppings and water of marsh in Cotonou (Republic of Benin)

Victorien T. Dougnon, Honoré S. Bankolé, Patrick A. Edorh, Jacques T. Dougnon, Modeste Gouissi, Armelle Hounkpatin, Sabine Montcho, Hervé Azonhè, Jean-Robert Klotoé, Michel Boko

Interfaculty Center of Formation and Research in Environment for the Sustainable Development, Laboratory of Toxicology and Environmental Health, University of Abomey-Calavi (UAC), 01 BP 1463 Cotonou, Benin… 349 more words

Biology

Mycofiltration Trials

Since my last post on June 18th, we (friends and student volunteers with Lewis Ginter) have run through two days of bench-scale testing of our bucket mycofilters (which are buckets filled with wood chips that were colonized with… 764 more words

Projects

PREVALENCE AND INTENSITY OF URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS / SCHISTOSOMIASIS AMONG SCHOOL CHILDREN IN IJEBU NORTH L.G.A. OGUN STATE

Author: Poopola Omolara Dorcas
Department: Applied Microbiology
Affiliation: Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka

This study was aimed at determining the prevalence and intensity of urinary schistosomiasis and other urinary tract infections among school children in Ijebu North L.G.A, Ogun State, Nigeria. 258 more words

Nnamdi Azikiwe University

Donor-patient compatibility may play important role in stool transplant

A study published in Science shows new strains of microbes from the donor were more likely to colonize the patient’s intestines if that particular species exists in the patient’s gut. 200 more words

SNIPPETS

6 in 60: Number 43 - E Coli

Another Tuesday, another bug! This ones pretty famous but here’s 6 things to know about E. Coli.

  1. Escherichia coli is a rod-shaped bacterium. Each bacterium measures approximately 0.5 μm in width by 2 μm in length.
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