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E. coli
used in Turtles All the Way Down

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Definition
a species of bacterium normally present in intestinal tract of humans and other animals; can be a threat to food safety
  • I thought about the E. coli and campylobacter and Clostridium difficile that were very likely an ongoing part of Davis's microbiota.
    p. 180.8
  • ...fine you're fine just kiss him you need to check something it's fine just be fucking normal check to see if his microbes stay in you billions of people kiss and don't die just make sure his microbes aren't going to permanently colonize you come on please stop this he could have campylobacter he could be a nonsymptomatic E. coli carrier get that and you'll need antibiotics and then you'll get C. diff and boom dead in four days please fucking stop just kiss him JUST CHECK TO MAKE SURE.
    p. 153.1

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