STEC


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AcronymDefinition
STECShiga Toxin-Producing Escherichia Coli
STECSouth Texas Electric Cooperative
STECSpace Technology Education Conference
STECSuzuka Circuit Traffic Education Center (Japan)
STECSurgical Technique (course)
STECSlant Total Electron Content
STECScience Team Executive Committee (US Department of Energy)
STECSolar Thermal Electric Components
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"STEC's EnhanceIO software, which is also sampling to early access customers, is likely to have a bigger impact than the PCIe cards because it will work with hardware from many vendors," Peters said.
In Germany, a total number of 1,169 STEC cases have been recorded, Sweden
The haemolytic pattern in 10 per cent sheep blood agar showed narrow zone of haemolysis, typical for the STEC. A total of 42 isolates of E.
With CellCare technology, the disadvantages can be negated and the 5-year enterprise endurance threshold can be met, according to STEC. In addition, S.A.F.E.
"Right now, STEC bacteria is the number one cause of renal (kidney) failure in children around the world.
Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli (STEC) causes sporadic outbreaks of non-bloody and bloody diarrhea, and hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS).
coli que pertenecen al grupo STEC, el serotipo enterohemorragico O157:H7 ha sido el que ha recibido mayor atencion debido a su especial virulencia que se ve reflejada por el elevado numero de afectados en cada uno de los brotes (5).
STEC is scheduled to commence commercial operations by September.
STEC has entered into a partnership with Tablas Island Electric Cooperative, which hopes to see an end to brownouts on the island.
Located in a 9-hectare property in Tablas, STEC's solar facility is committed to provide clean, green and reliable energy to the entire island.
Stec said her 2-month-old sister, brother, mother and grandparents were among the family members.
Alex Parr, Tom Beesley, Jared Skelton and Patryk Stec