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After a lapse of 33 months, Vibrio cholerae O139, the new serogroup associated with cholera, has re-emerged in Calcutta, India and has become the dominant serogroup causing cholera from September(More)
Sixty-one clinical strains of Vibrio cholerae O1 El Tor isolated in Calcutta before, during, and after the V. cholerae O139 Bengal outbreak were examined to see if the O1 strains of the post-O139(More)
The disease cholera is an important cause of mortality in many developing countries. Though it can be controlled through improved sanitation, this goal is not easily attainable in many countries.(More)