Enterobacteriaceae

Enterobacteriaceae

(Science: bacteria) a large family of gram-negative bacilli that inhabit the large intestine of mammals. Commonest is escherichia coli, most are harmless commensals but others can cause intestinal disease (salmonella, Shigella).


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