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Some enteric organisms, such as Escherichia coli, are part of the normal microbiota and incidentally cause disease, but others, the salmonellae and shigellae, are regularly pathogenic for humans. The Enterobacteriaceae are facultative anaerobes or aerobes, ferment a wide range of carbohydrates, possess a complex antigenic structure, and produce a variety of toxins and other virulence factors. Enterobacteriaceae, enteric gram-negative rods, and enteric bacteria are the terms used in this chapter, but these bacteria may also be called coliforms. The taxonomy of the Enterobacteriaceae is complex and rapidly changing since the introduction of techniques that measure evolutionary distance, such as nucleic acid hybridization and nucleic acid sequencing. In this chapter, taxonomic refinements will be minimized, and the names commonly used in the medical literature are generally used. A comprehensive approach to identification of the Enterobacteriaceae is presented in Chapters 33 , 37 , and 38 of Jorgensen et al, They can be differentiated to species level by a vast array of biochemical tests. In the United States, commercially prepared kits or automated systems are used to a large extent for this purpose. However, these are largely being replaced by other methods. The implementation of matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization time of flight mass spectroscopy MALDI-TOF MS for identification of culture isolates is replacing the more traditional panels of biochemicals currently in use in most clinical microbiology laboratories. This new technology seems to work quite well for identification of most of the common Enterobacteriaceae encountered in clinical material except for Shigella species. This technology is unable to differentiate Shigella from E coli.