Physiological, biochemical, and histological ...
|Section title||Physiological, biochemical, and histological approaches to examining sea lice-salmon interactions|
|Section author(s)||John F. Burka, Gary A. Conboy, David E. Sims, David J. Speare, A. Mustafa, N. W. Ross|
|Book title||Disease resistance and immune response: symposium proceedings|
|Book editor(s)||Chris Secombes, Anthony E. Ellis, Don MacKinlay, American Fisheries Society, Physiology Section|
|Abstract||Cytokine genes in fish -- Environmental effects on the ontogeny of non-specific and specific defenses in turbot larvae -- Antibacterial proteins in skin mucus from rainbow trout -- Interferon-induced genes in the rainbow trout -- IPN recombinant vaccines -- DNA vaccination during low temperature and partial starvation -- Protective efficacy of VHSV DNA vaccination in rainbow trout -- Use of poly(DL-Lactide-CO-Glycolide) microparticles as adjuvants in Atlantic salmon -- The effect of environmental salinity and host species on the pathogenesis of Loma salmonae -- Effect of food deprivation on BKD and furunculosis -- Comparison of physiological and biochemical parameters in rainbow trout, coho, and Atlantic salmon following infestation with sea lice -- Physiological, biochemical and histological approaches to examining sea lice-salmon interactions.|
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