Yaovi M.G. Hounmanou
, Brandon Sit, Bolutife Fakoya, Matthew K. Waldor, and Anders Dalsgaard
Figure 2. Intestinal colonization of 5-day-old infant mice by Vibrio cholerae O141. Pups were orally inoculated with the indicated amount of the indicated strain, and CFUs in the small intestine were enumerated at 20 hours postinoculation. Dots indicate individual animals, and horizontal bars indicate geometric means of each group. HWT, V. cholerae O1 isolate from the recent cholera epidemic in Haiti used as a positive control; AD, V. cholerae O141 strains analyzed in this study.