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    • Colonization of the gut of the blue crab (Callinectes sapidus) by Vibrio cholerae 

      Huq, A.; Huq, S.A.; Crimes, D.J.; O'Brien, M.; Chu, K.H.; Capuzzo, J.M.; Colwell, R.R. (American Society for Microbiology, 1986)
      Attachment of Vibrio cholerae to the mucosal surface of the intestine is considered to be an important virulence characteristic. Vibrio cholerae, an autochthonous member of brackish water and estuarine bacterial communities, ...