Volume 11, Issue 3 (vol- 3 2005)                   Intern Med Today 2005, 11(3): 16-20 | Back to browse issues page

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Halako A, Amirmozffari N, forohesh T H. The distribution of Vibrio spp in Caspian sea. Intern Med Today. 2005; 11 (3) :16-20
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Background and Aim: Vibrio spp are halophilic bacteria that predominantly reside in lakes and marines. Some species are responsible intestinal diseases and extra – intestinal complications. In this study, the occurance of Vibrio spp in the sea waters of Golestan province was investigated. Materials and Methods:For primary isolation, sea water samples were transfered into APW and TCBS agar media. Following primary isolation, species identification was performed by biochemical tests. Results: A total of 7 different vibrio species were isolated from sea water which included V.vulnificus, V.Parahaemolyticus, V.alginolyticus, V.fischeri. V.natriegens, V.harveyi and V.damsela. Conclusion: The reason of different isolated vibrio to isolated selective samples was more than one and sometimes more colony on TCBS environment. Actually one sea water sample from each culture, several vibrio species were selected by biochemical tests.
     
Type of Study: Original | Subject: Internal Medicine
Received: 2008/07/19 | Published: 2005/10/15

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