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Rising Replikin Counts in E. Coli in Germany Since 2005 Preceded Current E. Coli Outbreak
Date:6/20/2011

likin Count (p<0.001) are consistently followed by or co-temporal with outbreaks. In a recent confirmation of reliability, the increases in Replikin Count were submitted for independent examination for the years 2002 to 2008, the years on which the 2008 prediction of the outbreak of the 2009 H1N1 pandemic had been based. The Replikin Count increases were found to be highly significant, namely, p values a) by t-test = 1/10130, b) by linear regression = 1/1024 and 1/1029, c) by Spearman correlation < 2/1016, d) by Wilcoxon rank sum<1/1016, and e) by multiple regression adjusting for correlation between consecutive years = 2/1022.

E. Coli now joins the group of pathogens in which outbreaks and/or increased lethality were found to be preceded by significant Replikin Count increases (p<0.001) in the pathogen one year or more in advance (Replikins Press <replikins.com>). These pathogenic outbreaks include influenza H5N1 (1997-2011), the influenza H1N1 pandemic (2002-2009), and its recurrence (2010), West Nile Virus outbreaks (2000-2008), Foot and Mouth Disease outbreaks (2009-2011), and the SARS outbreak (2002-2003). Rising E. Coli Replikin Counts also preceded rising mortality rates. This relationship has been found previously in malaria (Pl. Falciparum), in Taura Syndrome shrimp virus, where it predicted lethality, in H1N1 influenza, and in H5N1, where together with the increased lethality, the geographic localization was correctly predicted to be Indonesia (2006-2008).

The clinical significance of having a Replikin Count advanced warning is that such advanced warning will give health authorities more time to organize public health efforts and formulate vaccines even under old vaccine technology methods. Replikins vaccine and therapeutic technology (consisting of solid phase synthesis in seven days) dramatically reduces the time and cost of production and accelerates distribution to a larger percent of the world's population as the solid
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