The cholera bacterium can hitchhike amoebas to avoid danger

V.cholerae_Amoebae_EMEPFL scientists have discovered that the cholera bacterium can hitchhike aquatic amoebas, which might allow it to bypass threats in the surrounding water as well as the human stomach. The finding could have major implications for cholera transmission to humans. Read more

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