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Furthermore, the TBX agar method complies with the ISO/DIS Standard 16649 for the enumeration of E. coli in food and animal foodstuffs (Anon, 2001). In addition, different chromogenic media such as Chromocult Coliform agar (CC agar), and coli ID agar have been developed for the simultaneous detection of total coliforms and E. , 2000). , 2003). , 2006). The results obtained with the combination of the two media, Tergitol agar and TBX agar, for the enumeration of total coliforms and E. , 2006). , 2006).

Genes such as hfq appear to play a major role in exponential phase regulatory cascades of L. , 2005; Solomon and Isberg, 2000). Globally, potable water supplies which harbour L. pneumophila are important sources of community acquired LD (Stout et al. 1992). , 2007). g. via bathing, but can also become infected by the oral route through drinking water or via traumatized skin or mucous membranes (Stojek and Dutkiewicz, 2006). , 2007). M. , 2006). Infection with M. avium, commonly occurs through the gastrointestinal tract and has been linked to bacterial colonization of domestic water supplies, where A.

24 William J. Snelling, Catherine D. Carrillo, Colm J. Lowery et al. FLA feed on bacteria, fungi and algae and as such are ubiquitous predators that control microbial communities while at the same time acting as reservoirs for many human pathogens. , 2005). Dictyostelium discoideum is an established host model for several pathogens including, P. , and L. , 2006). , 2006). , 2006). FLA provide habitats for the environmental survival of L. , 1984). , 1984). Legionella pneumophila are fastidious bacteria which develop mostly in water, causing legionnaires‘disease [(LD), legionellosis, or atypical pneumonia/flu-like illness] in humans (Stout et al.

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