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Hall, Robert - - 2011
The 50-year commemoration of S.N. De's seminal 1959 publication in Nature provides an opportunity to reflect on scientific discovery, recognition, and public health. De's paper marked the first major conceptual advance in cholera research since 1884, when Robert Koch definitively identified Der Kommabazillus as the aetiological agent of cholera. unfortunately, ...
Rajendran, K. - - 2011
Background & objectives: Spread of cholera in West Bengal is known to be related to its ecosystem which favours Vibrio cholerae. Incidence of cholera has not been correlated with temperature, relative humidity and rainfall, which may act as favourable factors. The aim of this study was to investigate the relational ...
Mazumdar, Budhaditya - - 2011
Background & objectives: Vibrio cholerae cytolysin/hemolysin (VCC) is a 65 kDa pore-forming toxin (PFT) secreted by O1 El Tor and non-O1 strains. The purified toxin, which contains two C-terminus carbohydrate-binding domains in addition to the cytolytic domain at the core, causes lysis of a wide spectrum of eukaryotic cells at ...
Potter, Polyxeni - - 2011
Gensheimer, Kathleen - - 2011
Dantas-Torres, Filipe - - 2011
Liyanapathirana, Veranja - - 2011
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