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Table 2 Frequency of E. coli pathotypes isolated from fecal samples of children with and without diarrhea

From: Prevalence of multi drug resistant enteropathogenic and enteroinvasive Escherichia coli isolated from children with and without diarrhea in Northeast Indian population

S. no E. coli pathotypes E. coli isolates from non-diarrheic patients E. coli isolates from diarrheic patients Total
(n = 334)
1. EPEC 12 (3.59) 38 (11.38) 50 (14.97)
a-EPEC 07 (2.10) 22 (6.59) 29 (8.68)
t-EPEC 05 (1.50) 16 (4.79) 21 (6.29)
2. EIEC 02 (0.59) 06 (1.80) 08 (2.33)
Total 14 (4.07) 44 (13.17) 58 (17.37)
  1. Figures in parenthesis denotes the % of the samples
  2. a-EPEC atypical enteropathogenic E. coli, t-EPEC typical enteropathogenic E. coli