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EHEC - enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli

Opinion

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23.11.2011
BfR Opinion No. 049/2011
EHEC Outbreak 2011: Updated Analysis as a Basis for Recommended Measures 166.6 KB
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26.07.2011
Updated BfR Opinion No. 031/2011
Relevance of EHEC O104:H4 in fenugreek seeds which are processed into other foods than sprouts and germ buds 114.4 KB
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05.07.2011
Updated BfR Opinion No. 023/2011
Relevance of sprouts and germ buds as well as seeds for sprouts production in the current EHEC O104:H4 outbreak event in May and June 2011 433.4 KB
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01.07.2011
BfR Opinion No. 022/2011
High probability of responsibility of fenugreek seeds for EHEC O104:H4 outbreak 37.0 KB
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18.06.2011
Opinion No. 021/2011 of BfR
EHEC: Observance of general hygiene rules is particularly important for the protection against infections 43.3 KB
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07.06.2011
Opinion No. 019/2011 of BfR
Enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli (EHEC) O104:H4: a brief bacteriological intro-ductory profile 25.5 KB
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06.06.2011
Opinion No. 020/2011 of BfR
EHEC: What is the role of BfR in the current EHEC outbreak event? 42.6 KB
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06.06.2011
Opinion No. 018/2011 of BfR
Sprouts and germ buds as possible cause for the EHEC infections: BfR supports Lower Saxony at the clarification 36.5 KB
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31.05.2011
Opinion No. 016/2011 of BfR
EHEC pathogen not yet typed: tomatoes, cucumbers and salads should nonetheless continue not to be consumed raw 29.2 KB
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28.05.2011
BfR Opinion No. 015/2011, 26 May 2011
EHEC: Consumers to continue to refrain from eating tomatoes, cucumbers and green salads raw 29.1 KB
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25.05.2011
Joint Opinion No. 014/2011 of BfR and RKI
Preliminary results of the EHEC/HUS Study 27.1 KB
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FAQs

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05.07.2011 Frequently Asked Questions on EHEC infections caused by vegetable foods

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Press releases

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07.08.2015
20/2015
Civil courts assess the recommendations made by the BfR in the EHEC crisis in 2011 as lawful
07.04.2015
10/2015
Pathogens in food: Improvements required to protect against Campylobacter, EHEC and Listeria
24.07.2014
20/2014
EHEC, salmonella etc: new method helps to identify the causes of disease outbreaks
12.09.2012
25/2012
EHEC and other crises know no boundaries
13.06.2012
20/2012
Protection from EHEC: careful handling of raw milk, raw meat and sprouts necessary
25.01.2012
03/2012
Dioxin and EHEC yesterday, antimicrobials today - what next?
23.12.2011
45/2011
EHEC outbreak 2011: summary from a risk assessment perspective
29.11.2011
41/2011
EHEC outbreak 2011: Recommendations on the handling of sprouts
21.07.2011
23/2011
EHEC: BfR, BVL and RKI issue specified consumption recommendations for uncooked sprouts and shoots (germ buds)
05.07.2011
21/2011
EHEC O104:H4 outbreak event in Germany clarified: sprouts of fenugreek seeds imported from Egypt as underlying cause
12.06.2011
18/2011
EHEC outbreak: BfR also advises against the consumption of home-grown raw sprouts and germ buds
11.06.2011
17/2011
EHEC outbreak: BfR confirms contamination of sprouts with O104:H4
10.06.2011
16/2011
EHEC: Current State of Knowledge Concerning Illnesses in Humans
09.06.2011
15/2011
Consumption Recommendations to protect consumers from EHEC
01.06.2011
13/2011
EHEC germs on Spanish cucumbers do not correspond to the pathogen type of the patients concerned
31.05.2011
12/2011
BfR and ANSES develop test system for the identification of EHEC contaminations in foods
14.01.2011
02/2011
EHEC infections can have serious consequences for children
21.08.2007
16/2007
Meat from wild-living animals underestimated as source of EHEC infections

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