Vibrio fluvialis

Vib·ri·o flu·vi·a·'lis

a bacterial species similar to strains of Aeromonas, associated with diarrheal disease in humans.

Vib·ri·o flu·vi·al·is

(vib'rē-ō flū-vī-ā'lis)
A bacterial species similar to strains of Aeromonas, associated with diarrheal disease in humans.
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Fatal gastroenteritis due to vibrio fluvialis and nonfatal bacteremia due to vibrio mimicus: unusual vibrio infections in two patients.
Vibrio fluvialis in patients with diarrhea, Kolkata, India.
The virulence phenotypes and molecular epidemiological characteristics of Vibrio fluvialis in China.
Vibrio fluvialis hemolysin is inhibited by the chlorides of [Cd.
Purification, characterization and molecular cloning of Vibrio fluvialis hemolysin.
This epidemic was preceded by a focal outbreak of watery diarrhoea (with or without presence of blood in stool) caused by Vibrio fluvialis in February 2009 in Pakhirala village of Gosaba block in the Sundarbans.
Cytotoxic and cell vacuolating activity of Vibrio fluvialis isolated from paediatric patients with diarrhea.
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.
Vibrio fluvialis is a halophilic, polarly-flagellated, Gram negative rod that has been implicated in both outbreaks and sporadic cases of acute gastroenteritis in humans.
Transferable plasmid-mediated quinolone resistance in association with extended-spectrum p-lactamases and fluoroquinoloneacetylating aminoglycoside-6'-N-acetyltransferase in clinical isolates of Vibrio fluvialis.
Preliminary studies on the mechanism of Vibrio fluvialis II resistance to antibiotics.