Case Study Pathogenic Bacteriology 2009. Case 26 Tsung-Han Hsieh Omar Ahmed Rochelle Songco. Case Summary. Patient: 80-year-old female had a cystocele repair performed. She was give a 7-day course of oral cephalexin but stopped the course after 3days.
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(A) Shows the degree of E. coli binding to
porcine intestinal epithelial cells.
(B) The confocal image showed GFP-
transformed bacterial (ETEC strain B41)
attachment to IPEC-J2 cells.
(C) ETEC F18 strain 2134 intensively bound
binding affinity to different cell lines. Fig. 1. Adherence of E. coli strains to IPEC-J2 and IPEC-1 cells
used as in vitro study of pathogenesis of ETEC.