In situ grazing resistance of Vibrio cholerae in the marine environment.

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Previous laboratory experiments revealed that Vibrio cholerae A1552 biofilms secrete an antiprotozoal factor that prevents Rhynchomonas nasuta from growing and thus prevents grazing losses. The antiprotozoal factor is regulated by the quorum-sensing response regulator, HapR. Here, we investigate whether the antiprotozoal activity is ecologically relevant… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1574-6941.2011.01067.x

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@article{Erken2011InSG, title={In situ grazing resistance of Vibrio cholerae in the marine environment.}, author={Martina Erken and Markus Weitere and Staffan J. Kjelleberg and Diane McDougald}, journal={FEMS microbiology ecology}, year={2011}, volume={76 3}, pages={504-12} }