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Cholera and the ecology of Vibrio cholerae

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        StatementChapman & Hall
        PublishersChapman & Hall
        LC Classifications1996
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 123 p. :
        Number of Pages61
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        ISBN 100412612208

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The organism responsible for this serious diarrheal disease was most likely present in human populations on that subcontinent well before the arrived there. Further laboratory-based research revealed that they could transform into a unique that was able to survive for months in the sediment of the estuary. Two particular animal models have been widely used.

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cholerae 01 biotype El Tor is able to survive without nutrients in warm water with a salinity of 2. This can happen when the bacteria get on food or into water. Left untreated, cholera can be fatal within hours, even in previously healthy people. Interestingly, there is a correlation of cholera outbreaks and the seasonal occurrence of algal blooms [, ]; however, there is no direct evidence that such events lead to an enrichment of toxigenic V. cholerae is a comma-shaped, gram-negative rod with a single polar flagellum that is highly motile.

Singleton F, Attwell R, Jangi M, Colwell R. restlessness or irritability should look for signs of dehydration when examining a patient with profuse watery diarrhea. Still, cases of cholera occur throughout the world. Person washing hands over a bucket of water. In fact, it was shown that toxigenic O1 V.

Cholera-related diarrhea comes on suddenly and can quickly cause dangerous fluid loss — as much as a quart about 1 liter an hour. This apparently is sufficient enough to permit an increase in bacterial cell numbers to a level that enables the organism to encounter copepods of the right species.