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extraintestinal pathogenic E. coli
(219 times)
(91 times)
APEC (45 times)
UPEC (26 times)
ESBL (20 times)
2001 Phylogenetic and pathotypic similarities between Escherichia coli isolates from urinary tract infections in dogs and extraintestinal infections in humans.
extraintestinal pathogenic Escherichia coli
(211 times)
(81 times)
APEC (14 times)
ESBL (12 times)
UPEC (11 times)
2000 Evidence of commonality between canine and human extraintestinal pathogenic Escherichia coli strains that express papG allele III.
extraintestinal pathogenic
(9 times)
(4 times)
APEC (3 times)
PFGE (2 times)
AAF/V (1 time)
2005 Transcriptional regulation through RfaH contributes to intestinal colonization by Escherichia coli.
extraintestinal pathogenic strain of E. coli
(2 times)
Pulmonary Medicine
(1 time)
APEC (1 time)
CNF (1 time)
Hly (1 time)
2005 E. coli virulence factor hemolysin induces neutrophil apoptosis and necrosis/lysis in vitro and necrosis/lysis and lung injury in a rat pneumonia model.
extra-enteric pathogenicity of E. coli
(1 time)
Veterinary Medicine
(1 time)
VF (1 time)
2020 Short communication: Investigation of extra-intestinal pathogenic Escherichia coli virulence genes, bacterial motility, and multidrug resistance pattern of strains isolated from dairy cows with different severity scores of clinical mastitis.
Extracellular pathogenic Escherichia coli
(1 time)
Allergy and Immunology
(1 time)
--- 2007 Extraintestinal pathogenic Escherichia coli survives within neutrophils.
extraintestinal pathogenic categories
(1 time)
Digestive System Diseases
(1 time)
CD (1 time)
DEC (1 time)
ECOR (1 time)
2015 Escherichia coli from Crohn's disease patient displays virulence features of enteroinvasive (EIEC), enterohemorragic (EHEC), and enteroaggregative (EAEC) pathotypes.