Vibrio spp. represents a serious threat to human health. Three species in particular are linked to gastrointestinal issues and can lead to infections and septicemia: V. cholerae (VC), V. parahaemolyticus (VP), and V. vulnificus (VV). These pathogens are most commonly found in raw or undercooked seafood such as fish, squid, oyster, and shrimp. V. cholerae is the main factor that causes cholera, which is an important public health problem worldwide.
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