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- Gómez, Daniela; Bartholomew, Jerri; Sunyer, J. Oriol
- Developmental and comparative immunology 2014 v.43 no.2 pp. 243-256
- parasitism, etc ; Annelida; Ceratomyxa; fish; gills; habitats; hosts; immune response; immunoglobulin A; intestines; invertebrates; mammals; models; mucosal immunity; parasites; pathogens; skin (animal); Show all 17 Subjects
- ... Myxozoans are among the most abundant parasites in nature. Their life cycles involve two hosts: an invertebrate, usually an annelid, and a vertebrate, usually a fish. They affect fish species in their natural habitats but also constitute a menace for fish aquaculture. Using different strategies they are able to parasitize and cause damage in multiple organs, including mucosal tissues, which they u ...
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