Table 1.

EPEC strains used in this study

StrainSerotypeIsolation:Reference(s)Source
YrLocationCircumstances
10O119:H+1986Santiago, ChileHealth center-based study 36, 46 CVDa
009-271082O111:NM1982Lima, PeruInfant cohort study 44 CVD
010-311082O128:H+1982Lima, PeruInfant cohort study 44 CVD
012-050982O142:H+1982Lima, PeruInfant cohort study 44 CVD
0659-79O119:H61979FloridaInfant diarrhea 18, 20, 35, 47 CDCb
2309-77O111ab:H21977CaliforniaInfant stool 47 CDC
BetaO55:H61947Aberdeen, ScotlandInfant diarrhea outbreak 17, 57 R. M. Robins-Browne
C771O142:H6Pre-1960Djakarta, IndonesiaInfant diarrhea 51, 57 R. M. Robins-Browne
CA89-4221NTc:H+1989Montreal, Quebec, CanadaCanine diarrhea 4, 14 J. Harel
DIF043256O111:H21986Morelos, MexicoAcute infant diarrhea 9 A. Cravioto
E56/54O128ab:H21953EnglandInfant diarrhea outbreak 57, 69 R. M. Robins-Browne
E851/71O142:H61971Glasgow, ScotlandInfant diarrhea outbreak 7, 29, 34, 35, 47 B. Rowe
E990O86:NM1950EnglandInfant diarrhea outbreak 57, 68 R. M. Robins-Browne
E2348/69O127:H61969Taunton, EnglandInfant diarrhea outbreak 7, 11, 34, 35, 47 CVD
HSP19/4O86:H+1995São Paulo, BrazilAcute infant diarrheaI. C. A. Scaletsky
MA551/1O55:NM1998São Luiz, BrazilAcute infant diarrheaI. C. A. Scaletsky
RN191/1O111:H+1996Natal, BrazilAcute infant diarrheaI. C. A. Scaletsky
RN410/1O119:H+1998Natal, BrazilPediatric controlI. C. A. Scaletsky
Stoke WO111ab:NM1947Aberdeen, ScotlandPediatric control 17, 57 R. M. Robins-Browne
Z188-930110:H61993GermanyAvian diarrhea 60 J. E. Lohr
  • a CVD, Center for Vaccine Development, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore.

  • b CDC, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Ga.

  • c NT, nontypeable.