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Synonyms for vibrio

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in the MIT-WHOI Joint Program in Oceanography and to follow my interests in studying the copepods relationship with Vibrio and other bacteria.
Conclusion: Multiple drug resistance strains of Vibrio cholera are causing large outbreaks which should be controlled by prevention of the disease and avoiding inappropriate use of antibiotics.
Muchas de las especies de Vibrio han sido reportadas como la causa de serias perdidas economicas en la produccion del camaron de cultivo en diversos paises.
In the present study the isolates were vibrio cholera eltor, ogawa and NAG vibrio.
Elevated antibody and Vibrio inhibitory activities, induction of immune memory and significantly increased survival of experimentally infected fish have been reported (Lin et al.
Vibrio parahaemolyticus is not just a problem in the US as the Canadian Food inspection Agency (CFIA), on 23 April 2014, reminded the mollusk shellfish industry that as water temperature rise so do the risks of Vibrio illnesses (http://www.
Average monthly daytime water temperatures in the region rarely approach the 81 degrees believed to be the threshold that triggers dangerous Vibrio growth.
Vibrio cholerae, the causative organism of cholera, is just one of over 33 species described in the genus Vibrio, among which 12 species, including V.
Keywords: Bioluminescence, Vibrio fischeri, Biosensor, Biocide
Vibrio vulnificus is a bacterium that typically exists in warm seawater requiring salt for survival.
In all European countries, cholera infection due to Vibrio cholerae is a reportable disease, but other Vibrio infections are not reportable in all countries.
On August 20, 2016, the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) was notified of a case of Vibrio cholerae infection.
They particularly were interested in how the bacteria Vibrio responded to the dust that had traveled thousands of miles.