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Genome Sequencing Reveals Unique Mutations in Characteristic Metabolic Pathways and the Transfer of Virulence Genes between V. mimicus and V. cholerae

Vibrio mimicus occasionally causes sporadic diarrhea and extraintestinal infections. Although it was previously recognized as a biotype of V. cholerae, it has now been reclassified as an independent species because of differences in a number of biochemical characteristics; e.g., V. mimicus is negative for sucrose fermentation, Voges-Proskauer, lipase (corn oil) activity, and Jordan tartrate reactions.

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Genome Sequencing Reveals Unique Mutations in Characteristic Metabolic Pathways and the Transfer of Virulence Genes between V. mimicus and V. cholerae

Vibrio mimicus occasionally causes sporadic diarrhea and extraintestinal infections. Although it was previously recognized as a biotype of V. cholerae, it has now been reclassified as an independent species because of differences in a number of biochemical characteristics; e.g., V. mimicus is negative for sucrose fermentation, Voges-Proskauer, lipase (corn oil) activity, and Jordan tartrate reactions.

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Genome Sequencing Reveals Unique Mutations in Characteristic Metabolic Pathways and the Transfer of Virulence Genes between V. mimicus and V. cholerae

Vibrio mimicus occasionally causes sporadic diarrhea and extraintestinal infections. Although it was previously recognized as a biotype of V. cholerae, it has now been reclassified as an independent species because of differences in a number of biochemical characteristics; e.g., V. mimicus is negative for sucrose fermentation, Voges-Proskauer, lipase (corn oil) activity, and Jordan tartrate reactions.

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