Affiliation: South China Sea Institute of Oceanology
- Phenotypic and genetic differences between opaque and translucent colonies of Vibrio alginolyticusChen Chang
LMB and LAMB of the South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, The Chinese Academy of Sciences, Guangzhou, China
Biofouling 25:525-31. 2009..These results suggest that colony phase variation might affect the virulence and survival ability in the stressful environment inhabited by V. alginolyticus...
- Deletion of valR, a homolog of Vibrio harveyiś luxR generates an intermediate colony phenotype between opaque/rugose and translucent/smooth in Vibrio alginolyticusChen Chang
LMB and LAMB of the South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, CAS, Guangzhou, China
Biofouling 26:595-601. 2010..This suggests that ValR may control biofilm formation by regulating flagellar biosynthesis and affect the expression of the genes involved in colony phase variation in V. alginolyticus...
- Characterization of role of the toxR gene in the physiology and pathogenicity of Vibrio alginolyticusChang Chen
the Key Laboratory of Marine Bio resources Sustainable Utilization, South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, West Xingang Road 164, Guangzhou, 510301, China
Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek 101:281-8. 2012..alginolyticus to colonize on the surface of the fish intestine which is crucial for the initiation of the infection, though it may not be involved in the proliferation of the bacteria in the host tissue...
- SYBR Green I-based real-time PCR targeting the rpoX gene for sensitive and rapid detection of Vibrio alginolyticusZhao Jing-Jing
Key Laboratory of Marine Bio resources Sustainable Utilization, The South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, 164 Xingangxi Road, CAS, 510301 Guangzhou, China
Mol Cell Probes 25:137-41. 2011..The specificity of the detection was confirmed in different samples. The minimum level of detection was 10(3) cells from pure culture and 10(2) cells from seawater...