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cereus isolated from diarrhoeal patients was not clonal in this region though the virulence gene profiles and expression of BCET
On the other hand, none of our isolates yielded any amplified product in bceT gene specific PCR using primer BceT1/BceT2 irrespective of annealing temperatures i.
The bceT gene was not been found in any of our isolates.
The bceT gene of Bacillus cereus encodes an enterotoxic protein.
Joan Stehle Werner, DNS, RN, BCETS, FAAETS, is Professor of Adult Health Nursing, College of Nursing and Health Sciences, University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire, WI.
Moore, LPC, NCC, BCETS, CCH, an AMHCA member who owns her own private practice in Virginia, has been selected to participate in the DSM-5 clinical trials and is currently in the first phase.