A rarely destructive counterpart of Enter hemorrhagic Escherichia coli (EHEC) 026 has emerged in Europe, according to new investigate published in Clinical Infectious Diseases.

A 17-member group led by analogous author Dr. Martina Bielaszewska during a Institute for Hygiene in Munster, Germany published a investigate in a subscriber-only journal.

The researchers says a Shiga-toxin encoding gene is now rising in a E. coli O26:H11/H that is mostly compared with causing

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