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DAO - Vol. 139 - Table of contents

DAO - Vol. 139 - Table of contents

Dis Aquat Org (Print ISSN: 0177-5103; Online ISSN: 1616-1580)
Copyright © 2020 Inter-Research. Published April 30
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Sumithra TG, Kumar TVA, Swaminathan TR, Anusree VN, Amala PV, Reshma KJ, Kishor TG, Ratheesh Kumar R, Sharma SRK, Kripa V, Prema D, Sanil NK
Epizootics of epizootic ulcerative syndrome among estuarine fishes of Kerala, India, under post-flood conditions
DAO 139:1-13 | Full text in pdf format

Jones SRM, Ahonen H, Taskinen J
Myosporidium ladogensis n. comb. in burbot Lota lota from Finland: fine structure and microsporidian taxonomy
DAO 139:15-23 | Full text in pdf format

Hua X, Feng Y, Guan X, Wang Y, Zhou Y, Ren X, Li D, Gao S, Huang J, Guan X, Shi W, Liu M
Infectious hematopoietic necrosis virus truncated G protein effect on survival, immune response, and disease resistance in rainbow trout
DAO 139:25-33 | Full text in pdf format

Mohr PG, Crane MStJ, Hoad J, Williams LM, Cummins D, Neave MJ, Shiell B, Beddome G, Michalski WP, Peck GR, Samsing F, Wynne JW, Crameri SG, Hyatt AD, Moody NJG
Pilchard orthomyxovirus (POMV). I. Characterisation of an emerging virus isolated from pilchards Sardinops sagax and Atlantic salmon Salmo salar
DAO 139:35-50 | Full text in pdf format

Godwin SE, Morrison RN, Knowles G, Cornish MC, Hayes D, Carson J
Pilchard orthomyxovirus (POMV). II. Causative agent of salmon orthomyxoviral necrosis, a new disease of farmed Atlantic salmon Salmo salar
DAO 139:51-68 | Full text in pdf format

Croft LA, Laughlin R, Manley M, Nollens HH
Water temperature fluctuations as a key driver of cetacean pox (tattoo) lesions in bottlenose dolphins Tursiops truncatus
DAO 139:69-79 | Full text in pdf format

Hocking DP, Marx FG, Parker WMG, Rule JP, Cleuren SGC, Mitchell AD, Hunter M, Bell JD, Fitzgerald EMG, Evans AR
NOTE: Inferring diet, feeding behaviour and causes of mortality from prey-induced injuries in a New Zealand fur seal
DAO 139:81-86 | Full text in pdf format

Smith P
OPINION PIECE: Eight rules for improving the quality of papers on the antimicrobial susceptibility of bacteria isolated from aquatic animals
DAO 139:87-92 | Full text in pdf format

Van Bressem MF, Duignan P, Raga JA, Van Waerebeek K, Fraijia-Fernández N, Plön S
Cranial crassicaudiasis in two coastal dolphin species from South Africa is predominantly a disease of immature individuals
DAO 139:93-102 | Full text in pdf format

Lewisch E, Solymos V, Waldner K, van der Vloedt L, Harl J, Bakran-Lebl K, El-Matbouli M, Fuehrer HP
Acanthocephalan parasites collected from Austrian fishes: molecular barcoding and pathological observations
DAO 139:103-111 | Full text in pdf format

Mayrhofer R, Menanteau-Ledouble S, Pucher J, Focken U, El-Matbouli M
Aeromonas spp. suggested as the causative agents of red spot disease in northern Vietnamese grass carp Ctenopharyngodon idella
DAO 139:113-119 | Full text in pdf format

Lane HS, Jones JB
Low internal transcribed spacer rDNA variation in New Zealand Bonamia ostreae: evidence for a recent arrival
DAO 139:121-130 | Full text in pdf format

Sriisan S, Boonchird C, Thitamadee S, Sonthi M, Thanh Dong H, Senapin S
A sensitive and specific SYBR Green-based qPCR assay for detecting scale drop disease virus (SDDV) in Asian sea bass
DAO 139:131-137 | Full text in pdf format

Vázquez N, Frizzera A, Cremonte F
Diseases and parasites of wild and cultivated mussels along the Patagonian coast of Argentina, southwest Atlantic Ocean
DAO 139:139-152 | Full text in pdf format

Peeralil S, Joseph TC, Murugadas V, Akhilnath PG, Sreejith VN, Lalitha KV
Vibrio harveyi virulence gene expression in vitro and in vivo during infection in black tiger shrimp Penaeus monodon
DAO 139:153-160 | Full text in pdf format

Palmer R, Fleming GTA, Glaeser S, Semmler T, Flamm A, Ewers C, Kämpfer P, Budich O, Berrow S, O’Brien J, Siebert U, Collins E, Ruttledge M, Eisenberg T
Marine mammals are natural hosts of Oceanivirga salmonicida, a bacterial pathogen of Atlantic salmon
DAO 139:161-174 | Full text in pdf format