Germany’s E-Coli Outbreak Investigations Indicate ‘The Plague’ DNA

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Nature or nurture?

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Reported in Der Spiegel:

The Hunt for the Source of Germany’s E. Coli Outbreak

 

A Hamburg, Germany patient being treated for e-coli. DPA/HZI/Manfred Rohde

Germany’s E. coli epidemic, which has killed as many as 15 people so far, has alarmed doctors, who have never seen such an aggressive intestinal bacteria before. Epidemiologists are desperately searching for the origin of the deadly bacteria.

The eeriest thing of all, according to Rolf Stahl, is the way patients change. “Their awareness becomes blurred, they have problems finding words and they don’t quite know where they are,” says Stahl. And then there is this surprising aggressiveness. “We are dealing with a completely new clinical picture,” he notes.

Stahl, a 62-year-old kidney specialist, has been the head of the Third Medical Clinic and Polyclinic at the University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf (UKE) for almost 18 years. “But none of us doctors has ever experienced anything quite like this,” he says. His staff has been working around the clock for the last week or so. “We decide at short notice who can go and get some sleep.”

The bacterium that is currently terrifying the country is an enterohemorrhagic strain of the bacterium Escherichia coli (EHEC), a close relative of harmless intestinal bacteria, but one that produces the dangerous Shiga toxin. All it takes is about 100 bacteria — which isn’t much in the world of bacteria, which are normally counted by the millions — to become infected. After an incubation period of two to 10 days, patients experience watery or bloody diarrhea.

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The Washington Examiner reported further:

German E-Coli traced to bean sprouts – bacteria contains Plague DNA

Virulent e-coli bacteria credit to Der Spiegel DPA/HZI/ Manfred Rohde

The Wall Street Journal reported today that the deadly E. coli outbreak in Germany has been located. According to the story, “…tests on bean sprouts from a northern German organic farm showed a match with the bacterial strain responsible for the infection that has rattled European consumers…”

Officials came to that conclusion after a week of equivocating over whether or not bean sprouts were the source. Originally, the contamination was thought to have come from Spanish cucumbers. Authorities then focused on the Spanish slug, a pest that apparently has become widespread in Germany.

Officials now conclude it was sprouts, but what remains to be discovered is how this virulent strain came to be.

h/t: James Simpson

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