Phytoplankton-linked viable non-culturable Vibrio cholerae O1 (VNC) from rivers in Tucumán, Argentina

@article{Seeligmann2008PhytoplanktonlinkedVN,
  title={Phytoplankton-linked viable non-culturable Vibrio cholerae O1 (VNC) from rivers in Tucum{\'a}n, Argentina},
  author={Claudia T. Seeligmann and V. Mirande and B. Tracanna and Clara Silva and O. Aulet and M. Cecilia and N. Binsztein},
  journal={Journal of Plankton Research},
  year={2008},
  volume={30},
  pages={367-377}
}
Plankton-linked Vibrio cholerae has been detected in aquatic environments since the first decades of the 20th century. Several mechanisms have been proposed to explain the survival of V. cholerae during inter-epidemic periods, one of which is through existence in its viable non-culturable (VNC) form in biological reservoirs. This latent form of V. cholerae (VNC) would explain the seasonal outbreaks and the way the pathogen survives in the environment. The objectives of this study were to assay… Expand
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