Figure 1.

Fluorescence microscopy of E. coli gfp + strain cultured in urines of volunteers collected after cranberry powder consumption and loaded on T24 epithelial cells. A. E. coli cultured in urines collected after placebo consumption; B. E. coli cultured in urines collected 6 h after consumption of cranberry powder containing 18 mg proanthocyanidins (PAC); C. E. coli cultured in urines collected 6 h after consumption of cranberry powder containing 36 mg PAC; D. E. coli cultured in urines collected 6 h after consumption of cranberry powder containing 72 mg PAC.

Howell et al. BMC Infectious Diseases 2010 10:94   doi:10.1186/1471-2334-10-94
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