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- Francis S. Legario; Casiano H. Choresca Jr.; Jimmy F. Turnbull; Margaret Crumlish
- Journal of fish diseases 2020 v.43 no.11 pp. 1431-1442
- Oreochromis niloticus; Streptococcus agalactiae; Streptococcus iniae; antibiotics; ascites; cages; developing countries; disease control; disease outbreaks; eyes; farmed fish; fish culture; fish diseases; hatcheries; hemorrhage; histopathology; meningoencephalitis; opacity; oxolinic acid; ponds; septicemia; serotypes; signs and symptoms (animals and humans); swimming; virulence; Philippines
- ... Streptococcosis cause severe losses for global tilapia farming, especially in developing countries. The aim of this study was to identify and characterize streptococci recovered from Nile tilapia farmed in the Philippines. Moribund and apparently healthy fish were sampled from grow‐out cages, ponds and hatcheries. Clinical signs observed included exophthalmia, eye opacity, ascites, lethargy, errat ...
- Xiaojuan Yang; Qingping Wu; Jiahui Huang; Shi Wu; Jumei Zhang; Ling Chen; Xianhu Wei; Yingwang Ye; Yu Li; Juan Wang; Tao Lei; Liang Xue; Rui Pang; Youxiong Zhang
- Food control 2020 v.109 pp. 106915
- Coriandrum sativum; Salmonella; antibiotics; disease outbreaks; humans; lettuce; monitoring; multilocus sequence typing; multiple drug resistance; nalidixic acid; public health; raw vegetables; serotypes; China
- ... Raw vegetables have been associated with numerous foodborne Salmonella outbreaks; however, there is little epidemiological or molecular data on Salmonella contaminants of raw vegetables in China. Here, we investigated the prevalence and molecular characteristics of Salmonella isolates from raw vegetables in China. In total, 406 raw vegetable samples were collected covering most provincial capitals ...