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vibrios (vib´rēōs´),

n.pl bacteria belonging to the genus
Vibrio found in plaque after 1 to 2 weeks of no flossing or brushing.
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For massive mortalities of different bivalves both in the hatchery (for larval and postlarval stages) and in the worldwide (for juveniles and adults) field, Vibrio has been reported as the primary pathogen (Nicolas et al.
ToxR regulon of Vibrio cholerae and its expression in vibrios shed by cholera patients.
Vibrio proliferation has been controlled by prophylaxis and chemical products in commercial shrimp farms (GATESOUPE et al.
Colwell warns of risk of bacterial infection in the Gulf from Vibrio fish pathogens and other species that commonly infect shellfish and may infect humans too.
This next-day test for Vibrio will be of great benefit to seafood companies, allowing them to improve operational efficiencies and make product release decisions more quickly and with confidence.
CDC estimates that as many as 4,500 cases of Vibrio parahaemolyticus occur every year, of which an average of 215 culture-confirmed cases, 30 hospitalizations, and one to two deaths are reported (CDC, 2008b).
Antibiotic sensitivity test was carried out for 15 selected Vibrio cholerae isolates after being confirmed through biochemical and serological tests.
The fatal effects of the disease are mainly due to the cholera toxin produced by specific strains of Vibrio cholerae.
Their goal is to figure out the conditions that favor the transformation of benign vibrios into virulent ones.
Stool samples before antibiotics were positive for occult blood and fecal leukocytes, and culture ultimately identified Vibrio fluvialis as the sole pathogen on TCBS agar.
At least 11 species of Vibrio bacteria cause diseases in humans, but Vibrio vulnificus accounts for most of the deaths associated with raw oyster consumption during the past 15 years.
From a food-safety standpoint, three groups of pathogens are of greatest concern to the molluscan shellfish trade: The noroviruses (formerly known as the Norwalk-like viruses), hepatitis A virus, and Vibrio bacteria.