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The cell surfaces of several toxigenic and nontoxigenic environmental and clinical isolates of Vibrio cholerae non-Ol have been examined. The environmental strains, irrespective of toxigenicity, are significantly more resistant to antibiotics and detergents than are V. cholerae 01 strains. The clinical isolates of non-Ol vibrios are as sensitive to a wide variety of chemicals as the 01 vibrios. The environmental non-Ol strains are also less susceptible to lysis when treated with proteindoi:10.1128/aem.58.11.3567-3573.1992 fatcat:rqptlk42cnarphz6zntr7h77eq