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Vol 55, Issue 3 (2006)

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  • GL Saunders, NC Bodonaik
    Enterococcus faecalis isolates were examined by an automated system. Almost all isolates were ampicillin susceptible and tetracycline resistant. About a third showed high lever aminoglycoside resistance and these isolates were usually ciprofloxacin, resistance. Seven isolates were vancomycin resistant.
  • M Gossell-Williams, J Benjamin
    Choline is an essential nutrient; the authors therefore examined the dietary intake of choline among medical and biochemistry students at the Mona Campus of the University of the West Indies. Students were asked to make detailed records of all that they consumed for three days. It was found that most, student, had diets that delivered less than the daily adequate intake of choline (425─550 mg/day).

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