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- Mishra, A; Nam, G‐H; Gim, J‐A; Lee, H‐E; Jo, A; Yoon, D; Oh, S; Kim, S; Kim, A; Kim, D‐H; Kim, Y C; Jeong, H D; Cha, H‐J; Choi, Y H; Kim, H‐S
- Journal of fish diseases 2018 v.41 no.1 pp. 105-116
- Ranavirus, etc ; DNA primers; Iridovirus; Megalocytivirus; capsid; coat proteins; etiological agents; financial economics; fish; genes; mortality; phenotype; sequence analysis; viruses; Show all 14 Subjects
- ... Members of the Iridoviridae family have been considered as aetiological agents of iridovirus diseases, causing fish mortalities and economic losses all over the world. Virus identification based on candidate gene sequencing is faster, more accurate and more reliable than other traditional phenotype methodologies. Iridoviridae viruses are covered by a protein shell (capsid) encoded by the important ...
- Mu, W.H.; Geng, Y.; Yu, Z.H.; Wang, K.Y.; Huang, X.L.; Ou, Y.P.; Chen, D.F.; He, C.L.; Zhong, Z.J.; Yang, Z.X.; Lai, W.M.
- Microbial pathogenesis 2018 v.123 pp. 111-114
- Ranavirus, etc ; Pelophylax nigromaculatus; abdomen; aquaculture; ascites; cytopathogenicity; cytoplasm; electrophoresis; frogs; genes; hemorrhage; liver; mortality; signs and symptoms (animals and humans); tadpoles; transmission electron microscopy; viral load; virion; viruses; China; Show all 20 Subjects
- ... In April 2016, an outbreak emerged in a cultured population of black-spotted pond frog tadpoles in Shuangliu County, China, whereas tadpoles were suffering from substantial mortality (90%). Principal clinical signs of diseased tadpoles were comprised haemorrhage on their body surface, swollen abdomen with yellow ascites, congestion and swelling of the liver. The diseased tadpole's homogenates tiss ...