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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BLAST analysis revealed that the partial 16S rDNA of CASKS5 had more than 99% similarity to that of Vibrio fluvialis strain in NCBI.
Caption: Figure 1: Phylogenetic tree constructed from the 16S rRNA gene sequence of Vibrio fluvialis (KM186605) (GenBank accession number KM186605) and closely related organisms using NCBI BLAST.
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.
Species-specific identification of Vibrio fluvialis by PCR targeted to the conserved transcriptional activation and variable membrane tether regions of the toxR gene.
Vibrio fluvialis hemolysin is inhibited by the chlorides of [Cd.sup.2+], [Cu.sup.2+], [Ni.sup.2+] and [Zn.sup.2+] (Han et al.
Purification, characterization and molecular cloning of Vibrio fluvialis hemolysin.
Diarrhea associated with Vibrio fluvialis in the United States.
An exocellular thermolysin-like metalloprotease produced by Vibrio fluvialis: purification, characterization, and gene cloning.
Transferable plasmid-mediated quinolone resistance in association with extended-spectrum p-lactamases and fluoroquinoloneacetylating aminoglycoside-6'-N-acetyltransferase in clinical isolates of Vibrio fluvialis. Int J Antimicrob Agents.
Preliminary studies on the mechanism of Vibrio fluvialis II resistance to antibiotics.