Dec 1, 1991

Cholera phages from open reservoirs of the Lake Issyk-Kul basin and their taxonomy

Zhurnal mikrobiologii, epidemiologii, i immunobiologii
Iu I ArutiunovL V Bevz


In the water of open water bodies in the basin of Lake Issyk-Kul the presence of Vibrio cholerae belonging to group O1 and other groups and V. cholerae phages of known serotypes, as well as phages of a new type having no serological and morphological analogs in the current classification of V. cholerae phages, has been established. On the basis of analysis of inaccuracies appearing in the determination of the specificity of V. cholerae phages their systematization within the adequate unified classification of vibriophages is proposed.

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Vibrio cholerae
Electron Microscopy
Analogs & derivatives
Vibrio cholera antigen
Water Microbiology

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