Number Serotype * Virulence marker Resistance marker 1 O103:H7 hemL
, lpfA, tsh, iroN, iss 2 On.d.:H19 blaTEM 3 O103:H7 hemL
, lpfA, tsh, iroN, iss 4 O103:H7 IpfA, tsh, iroN, iss 5 On.d.:H38 stx2 (subtype 2a or 2c or 2d), ehxA, espI, espP, saa, iha, subA, iss 6 On.d.:H2 cba, cdtB, cma, cnf1, f17-G, IpfA, iroN, iss 7 On.d.:H31 IpfA, cdtB, cnf1, f17-A, f17-G 8 O103:H7 hemL
, lpfA, tsh, tetA iroN, iss 9 On.d.:H49 hemL
, lpfA 10 On.d.:H2 IpfA, cba, cdtB, cma, cnf1, f17-G, iro, iss 11 O103:H7 hemL
, lpfA, tsh, tetA iroN, iss 12 On.d.:Hn.d.
(https://heml.is/) Heml.is , which means "secret" in Swedish," is an app that's being developed by Sunde, Leif HA[paragraph]gberg and Linus Olsson.
According to the Heml.is website, "What we don't love though is that private communication has more or less turned into an open stream for companies and governments to listen into," they continue, "Companies like Facebook, Twitter, Apple and Google have been forced to open up their systems and hand out information about their users."
The Heml.is app is in response to the recent PRISM scandal that uncovered widespread monitoring of user data by the National Security Agency.
There will not be any way for someone without access to your phone to read anything, but with access to your phone they can of course read the messages." If a user's phone is stolen or lost, messages sent and received from Heml.is can be accessed but there will be no third-party access to the messages.