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Attaching and effacing bacteria in the intestines of calves and cats with diarrhea



Attaching and effacing bacteria in the intestines of calves and cats with diarrhea



Veterinary Pathology 24(4): 330-334



Histopathological and electron microscopic examination of intestines of three calves and two cats revealed attaching effacing bacteria characteristic of enteropathogenic Escherichia coli (EPEC) in ileum, caecum and colon. The bacteria in one of the calves contained bacteriophages, and an E. coli isolate from that calf produced Shiga-like toxin.

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