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By Brian Austin, Dawn A. Austin

ISBN-10: 9400748841

ISBN-13: 9789400748842

This thoroughly up-to-date 5th variation of Bacterial Fish Pathogens is a complete dialogue of the organic elements of the micro organism which reason affliction in farmed and wild fish. because the 4th variation was once released in 2007, there was an upturn within the program of molecular ways to taxonomy, analysis and vaccine improvement. New pathogens, e.g. Aeromonas schubertii, were defined. additionally, there was the emergence of ailments because of micro organism that have now not been cultured, and which were equated with new taxa, i.e. ‘Candidatus’. attention is given to all of the bacterial fish pathogens, together with basic pathogens and opportunists.

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Xxx RPS rRNA RTFS RTG-2 RT-PCR SBL SD SEM S-layer Sal. SDS Ser. SKDM SSCP SSH Sta. Str. T. TCBS TCID TEM TSA TSB TYES UV V. Vag. VAL VAM vapA VHH VHML Y. Abbreviations relative percent survival ribosomal ribonucleic acid rainbow trout fry syndrome rainbow trout gonad-2 cell line reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction striped bass larvae Dice coefficient scanning electron microscopy surface layer Salmonella sodium docedyl sulphate Serratia selective kidney disease medium single strand conformation polymorphism suppression subtractive hybridisation Staphylococcus Streptococcus Tenacibaculum thiosulphate citrate bile salts sucrose agar tissue culture infectivity dose transmission electron microscopy tryptone soya agar tryptone soya broth tryptone yeast extract salt medium ultra violet Vibrio Vagococcus Vibrio alginolyticus medium Vibrio anguillarum medium virulence array protein gene A Vibrio harveyi haemolysin Vibrio harveyi myovirus like (bacteriophage) Yersinia List of Figures Fig.

Possible Aer. hydrophila................................................................. A crucian carp displaying extensive surface haemorrhaging attributed to infection with Aer. hydrophila ................................... An extensive abscess with associated muscle liquefaction in the musculature of rainbow trout. The aetiological agent was Aer. hydrophila .............................................................. A dissected abscess on a rainbow trout revealing liquefaction of the muscle and haemorrhaging.

However, it is unclear whether fish are the natural hosts for Car. piscicola and other lactobacilli, or if they comprise part of the natural aquatic microflora. p. injection of 105 cells/fish. Dead and moribund fish had swollen kidneys, and ascitic fluid accumulated in the abdominal cavity. However, adverse effects were not recorded following injection of cell-free extracts. This suggests that exotoxins did not exert a significant role in pathogenicity. It remains for further work to elucidate the effect, if any, of endotoxins (Ross and Toth 1974; Cone 1982; Hiu et al.

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