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Figure 1 | Gut Pathogens

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From: Adhesion patterns of commensal and pathogenic Escherichia coli from humans and wild animals on human and porcine epithelial cell lines

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E. coli adhesion patterns of commensal E. coli and tEPEC. Fluorescent images of epithelial cells and adherent bacteria which were stained with propidium iodide are depicted. A) E. coli isolate from a domestic pig adhering diffusely distributed to IPEC-J2 cells. B) E. coli isolate from a European hare forming microcolonies on Caco-2 cells. C) E. coli isolate from a human forming clumps on 5637 cells. D) E. coli isolate from a common blackbird forming microcolonies on 5637 cells. E) E. coli isolate from a wild boar forming chains on PK-15 cells. F) tEPEC isolate from a European hedgehog forming microcolonies on 5637 cells. Scale: 10 μm.

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