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Gill disorders in marine-farmed salmon: investigating the role of hydrozoan jellyfish
(Inter-Research Science Center, 2011-06-10)
Jellyfish have been implicitly linked to a number of fish kill events in marine-farmed finfish over recent decades. However, due to insufficient data, it is difficult to identify small hydrozoan jellyfish as the causative ...
Detection of salmonid alphavirus rna in celtic and irish sea flatfish
(Inter-Research Science Center, 2014-04-23)
Pancreas disease (PD) caused by the salmonid alphavirus (SAV) has been the most significant cause of mortalities in Irish farmed salmon Salmo salar L. over the past decade. SAV is a single-strand positive-sense RNA virus, ...
Molecular differentiation of infectious pancreatic necrosis virus isolates from farmed and wild salmonids in ireland
This study investigated the genotypes and sub-groups of infectious pancreatic necrosis virus (IPNV) present in farmed and wild salmonid fish in Ireland. An 1100-bp portion of the VP2 region of segment A from each of 55 ...
A longitudinal study of amoebic gill disease on a marine atlantic salmon farm utilising a real-time pcr assay for the detection of neoparamoeba perurans
(Inter-Research Science Center, 2015-11-18)
Amoebic gill disease (AGD) is a proliferative gill disease of marine cultured Atlantic salmon Salmo salar, with the free-living protozoan Neoparamoeba perurans being the primary aetiological agent. The increased incidence ...