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BEPBrevet d’Études Professionnelles (French: Professional Patent Studies)
BEPBlack Eyed Peas (band)
BEPBoard of Environmental Protection (various locations)
BEPBusiness English Pod
BEPBreak-Even Point
BEPBasic Education Policy (various organizations)
BEPBack End Processor
BEPBilingual Emac Speak Project
BEPBusiness Enterprise Program
BEPBit Error Probability
BEPBasic Education Programme (various locations)
BEPBuilding Entrance Protector (electrical engineering)
BEPBest Efficiency Point (centrifugal pumps)
BEPBusiness Entry Point
BEPBlackeyed Peas
BEPBureau of Engraving & Printing
BEPBrevet d'Enseignement Professionnel (French: Professional Teaching Certificate)
BEPBusiness Event Processing (software)
BEPBureau of Employment Programs (West Virginia)
BEPBiomedical Engineering Program (various schools)
BEPBench End Play (roller bearings)
BEPBachelier en Éducation Physique (Bachelor of Physical Education)
BEPBuilding Emergency Plan
BEPBlack Employment Program
BEPParty for Brotherhood and Unity in Politics (Suriname)
BEPBeam Equivalent Pressure
BEPBusiness-Education-Psychology (Kentucky)
BEPBasic Engineering Package
BEPBorder Ecology Project (Bisbee, AZ)
BEPBiosecurity Engagement Program (US Department of State)
BEPBis 2-Ethylhexyl phthalate
BEPBusiness Enterprise Priority
BEPBiomolecular Engineering Programme
BEPBuilding Envelopes Program (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
BEPBio-Energetic Practitioner
BEPBenefits Equalization Plan
BEPBoiler External Piping
BEPBusiness Enterprise Program Act
BEPBest Environmental Practise
BEPBoth Ends Plain
BEPBiologie et Evolution des Plantes (French: Biology and Evolution of Plants; University of Montpellier; France)
BEPBudget Execution Plan
BEPBasic Execution Plan
BEPBachelor of Engineering Physics
BEPBusiness Express Program (Canada)
BEPBureau of Energy Programs (Massachusetts)
BEPBio-Energy Partners
BEPBest Estimated Position
BEPBusiness Engineering Partnership
BEPBacterial Enteric Pathogen
BEPBalanced Electrode Plane (electronics)
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Culturing of organisms has been the mainstay of clinical diagnostic testing for bacterial enteric pathogens. Currently, isolates obtained from culture are forwarded from clinical laboratories to public health laboratories, where additional testing is performed, including antimicrobial susceptibility testing, serotyping, pulsed-field gel electrophoresis, and whole genome sequencing.
In conclusion, bacterial enteric pathogens induced pro-inflammatory gene expression in intestinal epithelial cell lines leading to secretion of IL-8, a potent chemoattractant of neutrophils.
pneumoniae and no other bacterial enteric pathogens. None of these seven participants was diagnosed with pseudomembranous colitis.
Rotavirus was detected in 37% of the 538 children tested, while bacterial enteric pathogens (BEP) were identified in 4.4% of the 408 stool cultures, including Shigella in 8 patients, Salmonella in 6, and Campylobacter in 4.
Stool specimens were tested for norovirus and bacterial enteric pathogens at the North Carolina State Laboratory for Public Health.
coil O157:H7 is not usually detected by the methods used to isolate and identify other bacterial enteric pathogens ( 1 ).