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coli

and broccoli (ˈbɑk ə li and ˈkɑli)
n. marijuana. (Drugs. From broccoli.) Who got into my stash and took the coli? Don’t forget your broccoli! Love them vegetables!
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coli Reference Center at Pennsylvania State University and with USDA-ARS scientists to confirm the specificity and performance of its new STEC test reagents.
coli were isolated using EasyGel ColiScan plates (Micrology Labs, Inc.
coli based on the bacterium's somatic (O) and flagellar (H) antigens (Fig.
In vivo selection of fluoroquinolone-resistant Escherichia coli isolates expressing plasmid-mediated quinolone resistance and expanded-spectrum [beta]3-lactamase.
coli produces a powerful toxin (poison) in the human body.
coli problem and it gets on the evening news; suddenly, all of your restaurants are in danger.
coli, it goes away by itself within five to 10 days,'' Fielding said, although children and the elderly are at a higher risk of having kidney and blood problems.
coli infection, Dixon and his colleagues wondered whether other bacteria might inject related proteins into cells to carry out similar functions.
coli contamination in foods they bought at 10 Minneapolis--St.
coli preventative for pigs is currently undergoing clinical trials.
coli O157:H7," says AMI Foundation President Jim Hodges.
claims he's found a "green" alternative: vats of Escherichia coli bacteria (single-cell organisms).
The IRS and the Justice Department intend to defend or prosecute all future COLI litigation.
coli 0157:H7 (the most deadly form) at a Sizzler restaurant.