Anima Mohanty

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Aeromonas species are ubiquitous water borne organisms and cause gastrointestinal infection in humans (Horneman et al., 2007). Aeromonas species comprises of mesophillic motile and psychrophilic nonmotile gram negative bacterium. Three distinctive gastroenteritis are caused by Aeromonas spp. (a) acute watery diarrhoea, (b) dysentery and (c) sub acute or(More)
The large outbreak of cholera reported during July to September 2014 in the Narla block of Kalahandi district, India, was investigated to determine the causative organism. Rectal swabs collected from patients with diarrhea and environmental water samples were cultured following standard techniques. The causative organism was identified as Vibrio cholerae O1(More)
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