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- Liu, Chun-Cheng; Ho, Li-Ping; Yang, Cin-Hang; Kao, Tsung-Yu; Chou, Hsin-Yiu; Pai, Tun-Wen
- Fish & shellfish immunology 2017 v.71 pp. 264-274
- Ranavirus, etc ; Iridovirus; Megalocytivirus; aquaculture; data collection; databases; gene expression regulation; genes; gluconeogenesis; glycolysis; grouper; models; mortality; pathogens; spliceosomes; taxonomy; transcriptomics; vaccines; viruses; Taiwan; Show all 20 Subjects
- ... Due to high-density aquafarming in Taiwan, groupers are commonly infected with two different iridoviruses: Megalocytivirus (grouper iridovirus of Taiwan, TGIV) and Ranavirus (grouper iridovirus, GIV). Iridoviral diseases cause mass mortality, and surviving fish retain these pathogens, which can then be horizontally transferred. These viruses have therefore become a major challenge for grouper aqua ...
- Kayansamruaj, P; Rangsichol, A; Dong, H T; Rodkhum, C; Maita, M; Katagiri, T; Pirarat, N
- Journal of fish diseases 2017 v.40 no.10 pp. 1341-1350
- Santee-Cooper ranavirus, etc ; Micropterus salmoides; Scortum barcoo; coat proteins; farms; fish; genes; hemorrhage; inclusion bodies; kidneys; mortality; muscles; necrosis; nucleotide sequences; polymerase chain reaction; skin lesions; spleen; viruses; Thailand; Show all 19 Subjects
- ... In 2013, an outbreak of ulcerative disease associated with ranavirus infection occurred in barcoo grunter, Scortum barcoo (McCulloch & Waite), farms in Thailand. Affected fish exhibited extensive haemorrhage and ulceration on skin and muscle. Microscopically, the widespread haemorrhagic ulceration and necrosis were noted in gill, spleen and kidney with the presence of intracytoplasmic eosinophilic ...
- Sivasankar, P.; John, K.Riji; George, M.Rosalind; Mageshkumar, P.; Manzoor, M.Mohamed; Jeyaseelan, M.J. Prince
- Virusdisease 2017 v.28 no.4 pp. 373-382
- Santee-Cooper ranavirus, etc ; DNA; Lates calcarifer; Pomacentrus; blood serum; cell culture; cell lines; chloroform; coat proteins; fingerlings; freshwater fish; genes; heat treatment; host range; koi; marine fish; mortality; neutralization; ornamental fish; pellets; polymerase chain reaction; sequence homology; structural proteins; transmission electron microscopy; virion; virulence; India; Show all 27 Subjects
- ... A viral agent implicated in the mortality of marine ornamental “Similar Damselfish” (Pomacentrus similis Allen, 1991) was isolated and characterized. The virus grew well in marine and freshwater fish cell lines from seabass and snakehead. The virus was sensitive to chloroform, acidic pH (3.0) and heat treatment at 56 °C. Biochemical characterisation indicated that the virus had double stranded DNA ...
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