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Escherichia coli

Escherichia coli

(Science: bacteria) The archetypal bacterium for biochemists, used very extensively in experimental work. A rod shaped gram-negative bacillus (0.5 x 3-5 m) abundant in the large intestine (colon) of mammals.

Abbreviation: E. Coli


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