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Shigella is a genus of Gram-negative, non-spore forming rod-shaped bacteria closely related to Escherichia coli and Salmonella. The causative agent of human shigellosis, Shigella cause disease in primates, but not in other...
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General information about the bacterium including infection, transmission, immunity and vaccines, incidences, pathogenesis, and Shiga toxin produced by the bacterium.
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General information about the infectious disease caused by a group of bacteria, how it is spread, and how it can be prevented.
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Where and how does Shigella get into drinking water? Shigella is found in every part of the United States and throughout the world. ...
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Comprehensive study of the bacteria including structure, classification, pathology, genetics, and methods to control the spreading of the infection.
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Provides information about the shigellosis disease including prevention, contagiousness, home care, and when to call the doctor.
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Student-edited microbiology resource providing information about the bacterium. Includes history, structure, life functions, and transmission mode.
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Provides information on shigellosis including symptoms, risks, detection, prevention, and other resources.
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Information about shigellosis, an infectious disease caused by a group of bacteria called Shigella. Symptoms include diarrhea, fever, stomach cramps, and dehydration.
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shigella n. , pl. -gellae also -gellas . Any of various nonmotile, rod-shaped bacteria of the genus Shigella, which includes some species that
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Shigella is a bacterium that belongs to a small group of pathogens (including E. coli O157:H7 and ... When ingested, Shigella bacteria penetrate the lining of ...
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Shigella Symptoms, Treatments and Medications ... an infection with shigella (a rod-shaped ... Poor sanitary conditions promote the spread of shigella. ...
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Disease occurs when virulent Shigella organisms are consumed and invade the ... Some Shigella strains produce enterotoxin and Shiga-toxin (very much like the ...
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If you or a loved one experienced Shigella, a foodborne illness as a result of ... Shigella is a genus of bacteria that can cause rapid and severe diarrhea in humans. ...
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Utah Department of Health, Office Of Epidemiology, National Electronic ... People infected with Shigella may have mild to severe diarrhea, fever, nausea, ...
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Shigella dysenteriae is responsible for bacillary dysentery, a disease most ... Laboratory: Shigella can be readily isolated and characterized using standard ...
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