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Bacteria E. coli and Shiga like toxin!

Do both EI Ecoli and EH Ecoli both have shiga like toxin?

I think FA errata says EI Ecoli is similar to shigella, but does not have shiga like toxin?

Please correct me if i am wrong.
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They both have something that is shiga-ish. I think thats all you need to know.
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They both have something that is shiga-ish. I think thats all you need to know.
by telling us shiga like, I think the correlation which should come to our mind is they inactive 60 s subunit..and thats all...
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Man. i need to take a break. I spent around 2 hours researching related stuff.
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by telling us shiga like, I think the correlation which should come to our mind is they inactive 60 s subunit..and thats all...
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Man. i need to take a break. I spent around 2 hours researching related stuff.
yeeaah...take a break...dont worry..stuff happens.
we all are in the same boat..:-)
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