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Article Dans Une Revue Gut Pathogens Année : 2018

High carriage of adherent invasive E. coli in wildlife and healthy individuals

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BACKGROUND: Adherent invasive Escherichia coliE. coliE. coli METHODS: The adhesion, invasion and intramacrophage replication capabilities (AIEC phenotype) of 61 intestinal E. coliE. coliE. coli RESULTS: Out of 61 intestinal strains, 13 (21%) exhibit the AIEC phenotype, 7 are from human origin and 6 are from animal origin. Prevalence of AIEC strains is about 24 and 19% in healthy humans and animals respectively. These strains are highly genetically diverse as they are distributed among the main described phylogroups. Among E. coli CONCLUSIONS: Our study described for the first time AIEC strains isolated from the feces of healthy humans and animals.
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Oumaira Rahmouni, Cecile Vignal, Marie Titecat, Benoit Foligne, Benjamin Pariente, et al.. High carriage of adherent invasive E. coli in wildlife and healthy individuals. Gut Pathogens, 2018, Gut Pathogens, 10, pp.23. ⟨10.1186/s13099-018-0248-7⟩. ⟨hal-04429524⟩

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