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Table 3 Thirty-six adherent/invasive E. coli isolates were able to persist and to replicate within J774 macrophages

From: Adherent-invasive Escherichia coli (AIEC) in pediatric Crohn’s disease patients: phenotypic and genetic pathogenic features

Sample origin N of isolates aPercentage of survival/replication in J744 macrophages
CD1 14 403 ± 102
CD2 9 638 ± 113
CD3 8 417 ± 133
Control 1 4 376 ± 67
Control 2 1 340 ± 110
Controls strains E. coli LF82 580 ± 120
E. coli DH5α 7.3 ± 4.0
  1. aPercentage of intracellular bacteria at 24 hours post infection relative to the number of bacteria after 1 h of gentamicin treatment, defined as 100%. CD1-3, CD patients; Control 1-2; non-IBD patients. Data represent mean and standard errors of three independent experiments made in duplicate.