Table of Contents

Asiatic cholera: mole hills and mountains.
Endemic and epidemic cholera in Africa.
Phenotypic and molecular characteristics of epidemic and non-epidemic vibrio cholerae strains isolated in Russia and certain countries of Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS).
The re-emergence of cholera in the Americas.
The evolution of vibrio cholerae as a pathogen.
Molecular epidemiology of toxigenic vibrio cholerae.
Diversity and genetic basis of polysaccharide biosynthesis in vibrio cholerae.
Significance of the SXT/R391 family of integrating conjugative elements in vibrio cholerae.
Small molecule signaling systems in vibrio cholerae.
Vibrio cholerae flagellar synthesis and virulence.
Filamentous phages of vibrio cholerae O1 and O139.
Pathogenic potential of non-O1, non-O139 vibrio cholerae.
Proteases produced by vibrio cholerae and other pathogenic vibrios: pathogenic roles and expression.
Toxins of vibrio cholerae and their role in inflammation, pathogenesis, and immunomodulation.
Vibrio cholerae hemolysin: an enigmatic pore-forming toxin.
Integrin-mediated antimicrobial resistance in vibrio cholerae.
Aquatic realm and cholera.
Management of cholera.