Dartmouth Electron Microscope Facility Date: Thu 15-Sep-2011 Time: 10:34
01_A3INT-05LMag-1.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Vibrio cholerae infection in mouse intestine. In order to get the disease cholera, the bacteria must be able to colonize in the small intestine and a critical factor necessary for this colonization is the toxin-co-regulated pilus(TCP). Some samples are immuno-labeled to prove the bacteria is V. cholerae.

For more information see:
S.J. Krebs and R.K. Taylor (2011) Protection and Attachment of Vibrio cholerae Mediated by the Toxin-Coregulated Pilus in the Infant Mouse Model  J Bacteriol. 2011 Oct;193(19):5260-70. Epub 2011 Jul 29.
02_6-28-05PL1A1-3.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Vibrio cholerae infection in mouse intestine. In order to get the disease cholera, the bacteria must be able to colonize in the small intestine and a critical factor necessary for this colonization is the toxin-co-regulated pilus(TCP). Some samples are immuno-labeled to prove the bacteria is V. cholerae.

For more information see:
S.J. Krebs and R.K. Taylor (2011) Protection and Attachment of Vibrio cholerae Mediated by the Toxin-Coregulated Pilus in the Infant Mouse Model  J Bacteriol. 2011 Oct;193(19):5260-70. Epub 2011 Jul 29.
03_A1Sept13-06-2.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Vibrio cholerae infection in mouse intestine. In order to get the disease cholera, the bacteria must be able to colonize in the small intestine and a critical factor necessary for this colonization is the toxin-co-regulated pilus(TCP). Some samples are immuno-labeled to prove the bacteria is V. cholerae.

For more information see:
S.J. Krebs and R.K. Taylor (2011) Protection and Attachment of Vibrio cholerae Mediated by the Toxin-Coregulated Pilus in the Infant Mouse Model  J Bacteriol. 2011 Oct;193(19):5260-70. Epub 2011 Jul 29.
04_8-2-05-A3-23.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Vibrio cholerae infection in mouse intestine. In order to get the disease cholera, the bacteria must be able to colonize in the small intestine and a critical factor necessary for this colonization is the toxin-co-regulated pilus(TCP). Some samples are immuno-labeled to prove the bacteria is V. cholerae.

For more information see:
S.J. Krebs and R.K. Taylor (2011) Protection and Attachment of Vibrio cholerae Mediated by the Toxin-Coregulated Pilus in the Infant Mouse Model  J Bacteriol. 2011 Oct;193(19):5260-70. Epub 2011 Jul 29.
05_A1Sept13-06-6.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Vibrio cholerae infection in mouse intestine. In order to get the disease cholera, the bacteria must be able to colonize in the small intestine and a critical factor necessary for this colonization is the toxin-co-regulated pilus(TCP). Some samples are immuno-labeled to prove the bacteria is V. cholerae.

For more information see:
S.J. Krebs and R.K. Taylor (2011) Protection and Attachment of Vibrio cholerae Mediated by the Toxin-Coregulated Pilus in the Infant Mouse Model  J Bacteriol. 2011 Oct;193(19):5260-70. Epub 2011 Jul 29.
06_6-28-05PL1A1-2.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Vibrio cholerae infection in mouse intestine. In order to get the disease cholera, the bacteria must be able to colonize in the small intestine and a critical factor necessary for this colonization is the toxin-co-regulated pilus(TCP). Some samples are immuno-labeled to prove the bacteria is V. cholerae.

For more information see:
S.J. Krebs and R.K. Taylor (2011) Protection and Attachment of Vibrio cholerae Mediated by the Toxin-Coregulated Pilus in the Infant Mouse Model  J Bacteriol. 2011 Oct;193(19):5260-70. Epub 2011 Jul 29.
07_A1Sept13-06-4.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Vibrio cholerae infection in mouse intestine. In order to get the disease cholera, the bacteria must be able to colonize in the small intestine and a critical factor necessary for this colonization is the toxin-co-regulated pilus(TCP). Some samples are immuno-labeled to prove the bacteria is V. cholerae.

For more information see:
S.J. Krebs and R.K. Taylor (2011) Protection and Attachment of Vibrio cholerae Mediated by the Toxin-Coregulated Pilus in the Infant Mouse Model  J Bacteriol. 2011 Oct;193(19):5260-70. Epub 2011 Jul 29.
08_A3INT_2008-1.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Vibrio cholerae infection in mouse intestine. In order to get the disease cholera, the bacteria must be able to colonize in the small intestine and a critical factor necessary for this colonization is the toxin-co-regulated pilus(TCP). Some samples are immuno-labeled to prove the bacteria is V. cholerae.

For more information see:
S.J. Krebs and R.K. Taylor (2011) Protection and Attachment of Vibrio cholerae Mediated by the Toxin-Coregulated Pilus in the Infant Mouse Model  J Bacteriol. 2011 Oct;193(19):5260-70. Epub 2011 Jul 29.
09_8-2-05-A3-19.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Vibrio cholerae infection in mouse intestine. In order to get the disease cholera, the bacteria must be able to colonize in the small intestine and a critical factor necessary for this colonization is the toxin-co-regulated pilus(TCP). Some samples are immuno-labeled to prove the bacteria is V. cholerae.

For more information see:
S.J. Krebs and R.K. Taylor (2011) Protection and Attachment of Vibrio cholerae Mediated by the Toxin-Coregulated Pilus in the Infant Mouse Model  J Bacteriol. 2011 Oct;193(19):5260-70. Epub 2011 Jul 29.
10_8-2-05-A3-01.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Vibrio cholerae infection in mouse intestine. In order to get the disease cholera, the bacteria must be able to colonize in the small intestine and a critical factor necessary for this colonization is the toxin-co-regulated pilus(TCP). Some samples are immuno-labeled to prove the bacteria is V. cholerae.

For more information see:
S.J. Krebs and R.K. Taylor (2011) Protection and Attachment of Vibrio cholerae Mediated by the Toxin-Coregulated Pilus in the Infant Mouse Model  J Bacteriol. 2011 Oct;193(19):5260-70. Epub 2011 Jul 29.
11_8-2-05-A3-03.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Vibrio cholerae infection in mouse intestine. In order to get the disease cholera, the bacteria must be able to colonize in the small intestine and a critical factor necessary for this colonization is the toxin-co-regulated pilus(TCP). Some samples are immuno-labeled to prove the bacteria is V. cholerae.

For more information see:
S.J. Krebs and R.K. Taylor (2011) Protection and Attachment of Vibrio cholerae Mediated by the Toxin-Coregulated Pilus in the Infant Mouse Model  J Bacteriol. 2011 Oct;193(19):5260-70. Epub 2011 Jul 29.
12_8-2-05-A3-08.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Vibrio cholerae infection in mouse intestine. In order to get the disease cholera, the bacteria must be able to colonize in the small intestine and a critical factor necessary for this colonization is the toxin-co-regulated pilus(TCP). Some samples are immuno-labeled to prove the bacteria is V. cholerae.

For more information see:
S.J. Krebs and R.K. Taylor (2011) Protection and Attachment of Vibrio cholerae Mediated by the Toxin-Coregulated Pilus in the Infant Mouse Model  J Bacteriol. 2011 Oct;193(19):5260-70. Epub 2011 Jul 29.
13_8-2-05-A3-10.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Vibrio cholerae infection in mouse intestine. In order to get the disease cholera, the bacteria must be able to colonize in the small intestine and a critical factor necessary for this colonization is the toxin-co-regulated pilus(TCP). Some samples are immuno-labeled to prove the bacteria is V. cholerae.

For more information see:
S.J. Krebs and R.K. Taylor (2011) Protection and Attachment of Vibrio cholerae Mediated by the Toxin-Coregulated Pilus in the Infant Mouse Model  J Bacteriol. 2011 Oct;193(19):5260-70. Epub 2011 Jul 29.
14_8-2-05-A3-06.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Vibrio cholerae infection in mouse intestine. In order to get the disease cholera, the bacteria must be able to colonize in the small intestine and a critical factor necessary for this colonization is the toxin-co-regulated pilus(TCP). Some samples are immuno-labeled to prove the bacteria is V. cholerae.

For more information see:
S.J. Krebs and R.K. Taylor (2011) Protection and Attachment of Vibrio cholerae Mediated by the Toxin-Coregulated Pilus in the Infant Mouse Model  J Bacteriol. 2011 Oct;193(19):5260-70. Epub 2011 Jul 29.
15_8-2-05-A3-15.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Vibrio cholerae infection in mouse intestine. In order to get the disease cholera, the bacteria must be able to colonize in the small intestine and a critical factor necessary for this colonization is the toxin-co-regulated pilus(TCP). Some samples are immuno-labeled to prove the bacteria is V. cholerae.

For more information see:
S.J. Krebs and R.K. Taylor (2011) Protection and Attachment of Vibrio cholerae Mediated by the Toxin-Coregulated Pilus in the Infant Mouse Model  J Bacteriol. 2011 Oct;193(19):5260-70. Epub 2011 Jul 29.
16_A3INT_2008-6.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Vibrio cholerae infection in mouse intestine. In order to get the disease cholera, the bacteria must be able to colonize in the small intestine and a critical factor necessary for this colonization is the toxin-co-regulated pilus(TCP). Some samples are immuno-labeled to prove the bacteria is V. cholerae. Note the presence of red blood cells.

For more information see:
S.J. Krebs and R.K. Taylor (2011) Protection and Attachment of Vibrio cholerae Mediated by the Toxin-Coregulated Pilus in the Infant Mouse Model  J Bacteriol. 2011 Oct;193(19):5260-70. Epub 2011 Jul 29.
17_A3INT_2008-2.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Vibrio cholerae infection in mouse intestine. Some samples are immuno-labeled to prove the bacteria is V. cholerae. Note the presence of red blood cells.

For more information see:
S.J. Krebs and R.K. Taylor (2011) Protection and Attachment of Vibrio cholerae Mediated by the Toxin-Coregulated Pilus in the Infant Mouse Model  J Bacteriol. 2011 Oct;193(19):5260-70. Epub 2011 Jul 29.

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