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Researchers have decoded the deadly 2011 E. coli outbreak in Germany, which killed 54 people and sickened more than 3,800, tracing it to a particularly virulent strain.
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Germany`s federal disease control institute declared on Tuesday that an E. coli outbreak is now over.
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The procedure looks for genetic disorders in embryos before they are implanted in the womb.
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Fifty thousand yoga fans braved rain to take part in the yoga camp organised by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar.
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German authorities have reported another death in the European E coli outbreak bringing the total to 50.
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The number of reported infections in Germany, the epicenter of the outbreak, is now up to 3,408.
The BGI researchers found that the Shiga-toxin-encoding genes were likely encoded by a viral prophage that integrated in the bacterial chromosome.
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So far, one strain from a German patient has been sequenced by Chinese and German scientists.