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  • Another pathogen oysters can carry is called Vibrio, which is related to cholera and is very dangerous - for immuno-compromised people, Vibrio poisoning can cause an infection of the bloodstream, which is fatal in about 50% of cases.

    mental_floss Blog

  • Cholera is caused by a bacterium called Vibrio cholerae, which travels through water and escapes its host by causing diarrhea.

    Parasite Rex

  • Cholera is caused by a bacterium called Vibrio cholerae, which travels through water and escapes its host by causing diarrhea.

    Parasite Rex

  • The clue to this came from another marine bacterium, and it's a bacterium called Vibrio fischeri.

    Bonnie Bassler on how bacteria "talk"

  • The clue to this came from another marine bacterium, and it's a bacterium called Vibrio fischeri.

    Bonnie Bassler on how bacteria "talk"

  • Cholera is caused by a bacterium called Vibrio cholerae, which travels through water and escapes its host by causing diarrhea.

    Parasite Rex

  • The clue to this came from another marine bacterium, and it's a bacterium called Vibrio fischeri.

    Bonnie Bassler on how bacteria "talk"

  • Except this bacteria in the water caused a major infection; it's called Vibrio vulnificus.

    sierrazen Diary Entry

  • And so, as I was thinking about this I focused on this organism, which is the El Tor biotype of the organism called Vibrio choleri.

    Paul Ewald asks, Can we domesticate germs?

  • And so, as I was thinking about this I focused on this organism, which is the El Tor biotype of the organism called Vibrio choleri.

    Paul Ewald asks, Can we domesticate germs?

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