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Survival of enteric bacteria in seawater

The Rate of Adaptive Evolution in Enteric Bacteria

Multidrug resistance in enteric and other Gram-negative bacteria

Nitrate reduction to ammonia by enteric bacteria: redundancy, or a strategy for survival during oxygen starvation?

Unresolved sources, sinks, and pathways for the recovery of enteric bacteria from nitrosative stress

Conserved regulatory elements of the promoter sequence of the gene rpoH of enteric bacteria

Effect of heating and aging of poultry litter on the persistence of enteric bacteria

High rate of resistance to locally used antibiotics among enteric bacteria from children in Northern Ghana

Phenotypic variability of β-glucoside utilization and its correlation to pathogenesis process in a few enteric bacteria

Homologs of the small RNA SgrS are broadly distributed in enteric bacteria but have diverged in size and sequence

Sepsis From the Gut: The Enteric Habitat of Bacteria That Cause Late-Onset Neonatal Bloodstream Infections

Substrate specificity of the OqxAB multidrug resistance pump in Escherichia coli and selected enteric bacteria

Occurrence and diversity of the tetracycline resistance gene tet(M) in enteric bacteria of Antarctic Adélie penguins

Pan-European monitoring of susceptibility to human-use antimicrobial agents in enteric bacteria isolated from healthy food-producing animals

Curli synthesis and biofilm formation in enteric bacteria are controlled by a dynamic small RNA module made up of a pseudoknot assisted by an RNA chaperone


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Bacteria that originate in the intestines of warm‐blooded animals.

Subjects: Environmental Science.

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