Browsing by Subject "V. cholerae"

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    • Comparative genomic analysis reveals evidence of two novel Vibrio species closely related to V. cholerae 

      Haley, Bradd J; Grim, Christopher J; Hasan, Nur A; Choi, Seon-Young; Chun, Jongsik; Brettin, Thomas S; Bruce, David C; Challacombe, Jean F; Detter, J Chris; Han, Cliff S; Huq, Anwar; Colwell, Rita R (2010-05-27)
      Background: In recent years genome sequencing has been used to characterize new bacterial species, a method of analysis available as a result of improved methodology and reduced cost. Included in a constantly expanding ...
    • INTERACTIONS OF VIBRIO CHOLERAE SEROGROUPS O1 AND O139 AND COPEPODS 

      Rawlings, Tonya Kafi (2005-05-26)
      Vibrio cholerae O1 El Tor and O139 Bengal have caused cholera epidemics throughout Bangladesh and elsewhere in the world with a seasonal regularity. This has raised questions about whether clinical presentations of cholera ...
    • Three transmission events of Vibrio cholerae O1 into Lusaka, Zambia 

      Mwaba, John; Debes, Amanda K.; Murt, Kelsey N.; Shea, Patrick; Simuyandi, Michelo; Laban, Natasha; Kazimbaya, Katayi; Chisenga, Caroline; Li, Shan; Almeida, Mathieu; Meisel, Jacquelyn S.; Shibemba, Aaron; Kantenga, Timothy; Mukonka, Victor; Kwenda, Geoffrey; Sack, David A.; Chilengi, Roma; Stine, O. Colin (Springer Nature, 2021-06-14)
      Cholera has been present and recurring in Zambia since 1977. However, there is a paucity of data on genetic relatedness and diversity of the Vibrio cholerae isolates responsible for these outbreaks. Understanding whether ...