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1

Vibrio is said to be halophilic.. what does that mean?

It grows in high salt concentrations

2

What are the characteristics of the Haiti out break currently happening?

3

Describe the Laboratory diagnosis of V. cholera.

4

What are the characteristics of V. parahaemolyticus?

5

What are the characteristics of V. vulnificus?

6

What are the characteristics of Aeromonas?

7

What are the characteristics of Plesiomonas?

8

Describe the characteristics of C. fetus.

9

Lesions in C. jejuni tend to resemble what two diseases?

Ulcerative colitis or Crohn's 

10

What are the virulence factors associated with C. jejuni? How does this lead to a potential sequelae of this bacterium?

11

What techniques can be used to make a laboratory diagnosis of Campylobacter?

12

Describe the motility virulence factors for Helicobacter.

13

Describe the T4SS in Helicobacter.

14

What laboratory techniques can be used to make a diagnosis of Helicobacter.