KEY WORDS: Yesso scallop, Patinopecten yessoensisis, larvae, bacterial pathogen, Vibrio
In addition to CTB, this vaccine also contains inactivated whole-cell cholera vibrios
and is being registered (Dukoral[R]) in more than 60 countries worldwide (42).
Diseases caused by Vibrio
are considered as a secondary infection that proliferates when shrimp is immunologically weakened (MORIARTY, 1998).
When [the oil from Deepwater Horizon] reaches the estuary, Vibrios
very likely will increase.
Tested on shrimp, tuna, oysters, scallops and crab, the BAX[R] System Vibrio
Assay delivers 100 percent inclusivity for the three target species (42 V.
Of the more than I1 species of Vibrio
known to infect humans, the most common agents of non-cholera Vibrio
gastroenteritis in the United States are Vibrio
parahacmolyticus and Vibrio
vulnificus (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [CDC], 2009; Morris & Black, 1985).
A total of 60 isolated strains of Vibrio
cholerae were selected and subjected to various morphological and biochemical tests followed by serological identification.
KEY WORDS: Africa, Chironomidae, India, Vibrio
are out there, and a cause for concern.
The patient's stool culture grew only Vibrio
fluvialis on TCBS agar, and his diarrhea and profound acidosis completely resolved within 24 hours of initiating antibiotics.
Physicians should notify the laboratory if they suspect Vibrio
infection, because a special growth medium can be Used to increase the diagnostic yield.
Richards also developed a quick and simple enzyme-based assay that will allow vibrios
to be readily detected in food, water, and clinical samples.