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Bericht über den Workshop "Pathogene Vibrionen in der marinen Umwelt" - Bundesanstalt für Gewässerkunde (BfG) am 14./15. April 2010

@inproceedings{Brennholt2010BerichtD,
  title={Bericht {\"u}ber den Workshop "Pathogene Vibrionen in der marinen Umwelt" - Bundesanstalt f{\"u}r Gew{\"a}sserkunde (BfG) am 14./15. April 2010},
  author={Nicole Brennholt and E. Bartelt and G. Gerdts and G. Hauk and K. Luden and S. Oberbeckmann and S. Ramdohr and G. Reifferscheid and E. Strauch and A. Wehrmann and S. I. B{\"o}er},
  year={2010}
}
Conference proceedings of the workshop"Pathogenic Vibrio spp. in the marine environment" – Federal Institute of Hydrology on April 14/15, 2010 Human pathogenic Vibrios naturally occur in sea water and represent a particular problem in tropic and subtropic estuaries. They are associated with gastroenteritis, ear and wound infections that are induced by ingestion of or contact with contaminated sea water and fish-catch. The increasing import of fish products could cause an increase of infection… Expand

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