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Escherichia coli

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     Have you ever heard of Escherichia coli?  I can almost guarantee that you have.  However, when you think of E. coli, what you probably assume is that E. coli can cause you to feel very ill.  This is true, but the organism that you are probably thinking about is only a specific strain of the E. coli bacteria, E. coli O157:H7.  What you may not know is that you have millions of E. coli bacteria living inside of you right now, and they are all virtually harmless.  There is a lot more to these little guys than you may think!  Feel free to explore my webpage and learn a whole lot more about E. coli! 


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