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    Edited by C.S. Stewart and H.J. Flint, Rowett Research Institute, Aberdeen, UK
    Publication Date: September 1999
    Number of Pages: 256 Pages
    ISBN: 085199332x
    CABI Publishing
    CONTENTS

    1 Genetics and Molecular Ecology of Escherichia coli O157 (J.R. Saunders, M.J. Sergeant, A.J. McCarthy, K.J. Mobbs, C.A. Hart, T.S. Marks and R.J. Sharp)
    2 Acid Tolerance of Escherichia coli – the Sting in the Tail? (I.R. Booth, F. Thomson-Carter, P. Carter, S. Jordan, S. Park, L. Malcolm and J. Glover)
    3 Escherichia coli O157:H7 and the Rumen Environment (M.A. Rasmussen, T.L. Wickman, W.C. Cray, Jr and T.A. Casey)
    4 Bovine Infection with Escherichia coli O157:H7 (E.A. Dean-Nystrom, B.T. Bosworth, A.D. O’Brien and H.W. Moon)
    5 Faecal Shedding and Rumen Proliferation of Escherichia coli O157:H7 in Calves: an Experimental Model (B.G. Harmon, M.P. Doyle, C.A. Brown, T. Zhao, S. Tkalcic, E. Mueller, A.H. Parks and K. Jacobsen)
    6 Commensal–Pathogen Interactions Involving Escherichia coli O157 and the Prospects for Control (S.H. Duncan, K.P. Scott, H.J. Flint and C.S. Stewart)
    7 Animal Studies in Scotland (B.A. Synge)
    8 Escherichia coli O157: 14 Years’ Experience in Sheffield, UK (P.A. Chapman)
    9 Escherichia coli O157 and Other Types of Verocytotoxigenic E. coli (VTEC) Isolated from Humans, Animals and Food in Germany (L. Beutin)
    10 Human Infection with Verocy totoxigenic Escherichia coli Associated with Exposure to Farms and Rural Environments (R.P. Johnson, J.B. Wilson, P. Michel, K. Rahn, S.A. Renwick, C.L. Gyles and J.S. Spika)
    11 Control of Escherichia coli O157:H7 at Slaughter (V.P.J. Gannon)
    12 The Ecological Cycle of Escherichia coli O157:H7 (J.S. Wallace)
    13 Future Directions, or Where Do We Go from Here? (T.H. Pennington)
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