Human Intestinal Microflora in Health and Disease by David J. Hentges

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Daughter cells of adherent bacteria are assumed to occupy adhesion sites in the wall area preferentially and to spill over into the lumen in significant numbers only when an increasing number of the sites become filled. The total number of adherent residents can then be described as M r = aNrW - M rX + Q (3a) and the total number of adherent invaders as M- = o/V-W - M{\ + R (3b) The terms Q and R in Eqs. (3a) and (3b) represent the number of daughter cells of adherent E. coli that find new adhesion sites in the same wall area.

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