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DAO - Vol. 148 - Table of contents

DAO - Vol. 148 - Table of contents

Dis Aquat Org (Print ISSN: 0177-5103; Online ISSN: 1616-1580)
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Garnham JI, Bower DS, Stockwell MP, Pickett EJ, Pollard CJ, Clulow J, Mahony MJ
Seasonal variation in the prevalence of a fungal pathogen and unexpected clearance from infection in a susceptible frog species
DAO 148:1-11 | Full text in pdf format

Reisfeld L, Fernandes NCCA, Sarmiento A, Canedo P, Salvagni F, Ewbank AC, Zecchini Barrese T, Cilento Ponce C, Albergaria Ressio R, Catão-Dias JL, Sacristán C
NOTE: Myeloid and histiocytic sarcomas in subantarctic fur seals Arctocephalus tropicalis, Brazil
DAO 148:13-18 | Full text in pdf format

Taştan Y, Çağatay IT
Fusarium oxysporum causes black gill disease in narrow-clawed crayfish Pontastacus leptodactylus
DAO 148:19-27 | Full text in pdf format

Kudryavtsev A, Parshukov A, Kondakova E, Volkova E
Vannella mustalahtiana sp. nov. (Amoebozoa, Vannellida) and rainbow trout nodular gill disease (NGD) in Russia
DAO 148:29-41 | Full text in pdf format

Emeish WFA, Fawaz MM, Al-Amgad Z, Hussein NM
Henneguya species infecting the gastrointestinal tract of Clarias gariepinus from the Nile River
DAO 148:43-56 | Full text in pdf format

Curtiss JB, Colegrove KM, Dianis A, Kinsel MJ, Ahmed N, Fauquier D, Rowles T, Niemeyer M, Rotstein DS, Maddox CW, Terio KA
Brucella ceti sequence type 23, 26, and 27 infections in North American cetaceans
DAO 148:57-72 | Full text in pdf format

Stilwell NK, Frasca S Jr, Farina LL, Subramaniam K, Imnoi K, Viadanna PH, Hopper L, Powell J, Colee J, Waltzek TB
Effect of water temperature on frog virus 3 disease in hatchery-reared pallid sturgeon Scaphirhynchus albus
DAO 148:73-86 | Full text in pdf format

Dungan CF, Peters EC
Gill epithelial cell nuclear virus disease is prevalent and widespread in Mya arenaria clams of Chesapeake Bay, USA
DAO 148:87-94 | Full text in pdf format

Emmenegger EJ, Bueren EK, Jia P, Hendrix N, Liu H
Comparative virulence of spring viremia of carp virus (SVCV) genotypes in two koi varieties
DAO 148:95-112 | Full text in pdf format

Kutyrev IA, Mordvinov VA
Population genetic structure of diphyllobothriid tapeworms (Cestoda: Diphyllobothriidea) parasitising fish in the Baikal Rift Zone
DAO 148:113-125 | Full text in pdf format

Geraci-Yee S, Allam B, Collier JL
Keeping up with advances in qPCR pathogen detection: an example for QPX disease in hard clams
DAO 148:127-144 | Full text in pdf format

Lu X, Ma H, Liu J, Sun N, Yu J, Yang Z, Guo S, Huang L, Ye S
NOTE: First case of Coxiella burnetii infection in Palaemonetes sinensis cultured in Liaoning, China
DAO 148:145-151 | Full text in pdf format

Bøgwald M, Skår CK, Karlsbakk E, Alfjorden A, Feist SW, Bass D, Mortensen S
Infection cycle of Marteilia pararefringens in blue mussels Mytilus edulis in a heliothermic marine oyster lagoon in Norway
DAO 148:153-166 | Full text in pdf format

Collins E, Ward GM, Bateman KS, Cheslett DL, Hooper C, Feist SW, Ironside JE, Morrissey T, O’Toole C, Tully O, Ross SH, Stentiford GD, Swords F, Urrutia A, Bass D
High prevalence of Paramarteilia canceri infecting velvet swimming crabs Necora puber in Ireland
DAO 148:167-181 | Full text in pdf format