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Approximately 8 weeks after a chlorine insult associated with the city water supply, shortnose sturgeon, Acipenser brevirostrum (L.), from one group presented with small (3-4 mm) irregular foci of cutaneous pallor that involved the dorsocranial integument with progressive ulceration of the nascent l...
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Differentiating salient histopathologic changes from normal anatomic features or tissue artifacts can be decidedly challenging, especially for the novice fish pathologist. As a consequence, findings of questionable accuracy may be reported inadvertently, and the potential negative impacts of publish...
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Abnormal mortality rates ranging from 4-5 individuals/day were reported for abalone cultured in fibreglass tanks at the hatchery facility of the Fisheries Research Institute, Penang, Malaysia. Previously, mortality was only in the range of 1-3 abalone/month. Histological and bacteriological examinat...
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In this study the involvement of several humoral immune parameters of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua L.) were studied in granuloma formed as a result of infection by Aeromonas salmonicida ssp. achomogenes. The results showed a clear association of immune parameters within the granuloma, in particular th...
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A PCR for the specific detection of the salmon brain parasite Myxobolus arcticus (Pugachev and Khokhlov, 1979) was developed using primers designed to amplify a 1363 base pair fragment of the small subunit rDNA. The assay did not amplify DNA from 5 other Myxobolus species or from 7 other myxozoan sp...
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Filamentous black yeasts from the genus Exophiala are ubiquitous, opportunistic pathogens causing both superficial and systemic mycoses in warm- and cold-blooded animals. Infections by black yeasts have been reported relatively frequently in a variety of captive and farmed freshwater and marine fish...
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Lepeophtheirus salmonis infections in Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar, have been characterized by little to no hyperplastic response and a biphasic immune response that results in chronic inflammation with tissue repair as the infection progresses. We hypothesized that CpG administration with prior lic...