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- Zheng, Fengrong; Liu, Hongzhan; Guo, Xiangyun; Wang, Bo
- Aquaculture 2016 v.451 pp. 340-344
- Ranavirus, etc ; fins; phylogeny; freshwater fish; genes; Sebastes schlegelii; Chloriridovirus; Lymphocystivirus; Iridovirus; mouth; viruses; cytoplasm; transmission electron microscopy; pathogens; coat proteins; Megalocytivirus; encapsulation; DNA-directed DNA polymerase; Sebastes melanops; virion; seawater; China; Show all 22 Subjects
- ... Iridoviruses consist of five genera as follows: Ranavirus, Lymphocystivirus, Megalocytivirus, Iridovirus and Chloriridovirus. Lymphocystis disease virus (LCDV) belongs to Lymphocystivirus, and it has been identified as the causative agent of lymphocystis disease (LCD) in more than 100 different species of seawater and freshwater fish. In recent years, the types of Lymphocystivirus-infected fish ha ...
- Zhou, Z.Y.; Geng, Y.; Liu, X.X.; Ren, S.Y.; Zhou, Y.; Wang, K.Y.; Huang, X.L.; Chen, D.F.; Peng, X.; Lai, W.M.
- Aquaculture 2013 v.384-387 pp. 66-73
- Ranavirus, etc ; DNA; DNA-directed DNA polymerase; Iridovirus; Rana; acidity; alkalinity; coat proteins; cytopathogenicity; cytoplasm; electron microscopy; head; necrosis; pH; polymerase chain reaction; salamanders and newts; turtles; virus replication; viruses; China; Show all 20 Subjects
- ... In this study, we confirmed that a novel ranavirus was related to mass die-offs of farmed Chinese giant salamanders (Andrias davidianus) in Leshan, Sichuan Province, China. The farmed Chinese giant salamanders presented typical clinical symptoms that included ecchymoses or swollen areas on the head and limbs, necrosis of the limbs, and skin ulceration. Bacteriological and pathologic examinations f ...