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Deadly E.coli Arrived to Russia
28.06.2011 22:11
Deadly E.coli Arrived to Russia
E. coli

Russian researchers will study a deadly strain of Escherichia coli, which is responsible for sickness and death of many people in Europe.

The strain arrived from European scientists and is expected to reveal some of its secret to Russian researchers. Escherichia coli is a common dweller of intestinal tract of human beings, however, some of its strains are able to produce toxins, which lead to severe health disorders, and even death.

Russian government promises to call off embargo on importing European vegetables due to infection outbreak, when a source of this bacterum will be indentified.

Source: RIA Novosti 


Author: Anna Kizilova

Tags: health medicine E.coli international cooperation  

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