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E. coli lives in lower intestine. But exactly where can we find E. coli, and where is there none (or a really small amount) of it? I need the exact names of parts of the lower intestine where we can find E. coli.

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In Gastrointestinal Tract Location of Escherichia coli O157:H7 in Ruminants (Grauke et al. 2002):

in the lower GIT digesta, specifically the cecum, colon

It's about O157:H7, but I think the standard act a same.

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