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Enterotoxigenic E coli in a piglet; H&E stain. Note the numerous coccobacilli, typical of E coli, adhering closely to the jejunal epithelial surface (arrowheads). Scale bar = 100 mcm.
Courtesy of Dr. Eric R. Burrough.