Drug response and genetic properties of Vibrio cholerae associated with endemic cholera in north-eastern Thailand, 2003-2011.

@article{Chomvarin2013DrugRA,
  title={Drug response and genetic properties of Vibrio cholerae associated with endemic cholera in north-eastern Thailand, 2003-2011.},
  author={Chariya Chomvarin and Fatema-tuz Johura and Shahnewaj B. Mannan and Warin Jumroenjit and Boonnapa Kanoktippornchai and Waraluk Tangkanakul and Napaporn Tantisuwichwong and Sriwanna Huttayananont and Haruo Watanabe and Nur A. Hasan and Anwar Huq and Alejandro Cravioto and Rita R. Colwell and Munirul Alam},
  journal={Journal of medical microbiology},
  year={2013},
  volume={62 Pt 4},
  pages={
          599-609
        }
}
Cholera, caused by Vibrio cholerae, results in significant morbidity and mortality worldwide, including Thailand. Representative V. cholerae strains associated with endemic cholera (n = 32), including strains (n = 3) from surface water sources, in Khon Kaen, Thailand (2003-2011), were subjected to microbiological, molecular and phylogenetic analyses. According to phenotypic and related genetic data, all tested V. cholerae strains belonged to serogroup O1, biotype El Tor (ET), Inaba (IN) or… CONTINUE READING

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