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Jejuni Y. 5% ) Table 14. 5%) Frequency of association among enteropathogenic agents in a study conducted in Sao Paulo in 1981 Enteropathogenic agent EPEe ETEC EIEC Shigella Salmonella ~. jejuni Rotavirus ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( No. of isolates No. 6%) 34 Table 15. Frequency of EPEC, Shigella and Salmonella in feces of children with acute diarrhea in the cities of Botucatu and Sao Paulo, in 1965-1969 No. of cases City No. 6%) blems of epidemiology, diagnoses, pathogenesis and even treatment. Surprisingly enough, table 14 shows that each of the etiological agent investigated came out with a companion with a high frequency rate.
Coli 0111ab and E. coli 0119 represented about 81 % of all EPEe isolates in the preceding study. Table 3 shows the O:H types within each 0 serogroup. If we consider that the large majority of E. coli 0111ab isolates was non-motile Table 1. 0%) Table 2. 0%) (51. 8%) 81. 2%) 134 (100%) 27 Table 3. Serotypes Serotypes (O:H) of EPEe isolated from children in Sao Paulo between 1977 and 1978 NQ of isolates 026:H026 :H11 026:H32 6 1 1 055:H 055:H6 055:H7 4 3 2 086:H34 4 0111ab:H0111ab:H2 0111:H? 0119:H0119:H6 37 29 3 2 38 0125:H21 0126:H21 0126:H27 2 1 or had H2 antigen, and that out of the 40 E.