Vibrio cholerae persisted in microcosm for 700 days inhibits motility but promotes biofilm formation in nutrient-poor lake water microcosms

Mohammad Jubair, Kalina R. Atanasova, Mustafizur Rahman, Karl E. Klose, Mahmuda Yasmin, Özlem Yilmaz, J. Glenn Morris, Afsar Ali

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