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Vibrio cholerae; genomics and molecular biology.


Vibrio cholerae; genomics and molecular biology.

Ed. by Shah M. Faruque and G. Balakrish Nair.

Caister Academic Press


218 pages




The bacteria that causes cholera was first identified in 1854, and has continued to be investigated since then. Here biologists from the US, India, and other tropical countries share what has been learned about it since the molecular and genomic transformations in science. They discuss such matters as the genetics and evolution of filamentous bacteriophages, evolutionary relationships of pathogenic clones, and antibiotic resistance. Distributed in the US by ISBS.

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