vibrio

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Plans are to develop an effective probiotic against vibriosis rather than using antibiotics.
The course of mortality following the experimentally induced vibriosis showed that a high dietary vitamin E level over 500 mg/kg could increase the resistance of parrot fish juvenile against V.
An injectable vaccine, ALPHA JECT 6000 is the world's first and only vaccine to protect salmon against the five most common diseases in farmed atlantic salmon: vibriosis, cold water vibriosis, furunculosis, wintersore and infectious pancreatic necrosis/IPN.
We have seen fewer illnesses this year compared with the 76 cases of vibriosis in Washington in 1997.
Overall rates were similar to those reported for vibriosis and yersiniosis (12).
The organism has emerged as an important shrimp pathogen, and there are many reports of the involvement of this bacterium in shrimp vibriosis (Ruangpan & Kitao 1991, Xu et al.
By the early 2000s, most states were reporting cases of Vibrio infection to CDC's Cholera and Other Vibrio Illness Surveillance (COVIS) system, and in 2007, vibriosis became nationally notifiable.
KEY WORDS: oyster larvae, oyster juveniles, probiotic bacteria, Roseovarius oyster disease, shellfish hatchery, shellfish nursery, vibriosis, Vibrio tubiashii.
This constitutes a significant abalone health risk, as heightened bacterial levels within systems is considered to correlate with increased disease risk such as vibriosis, fungal infections, or outbreaks of AbHV.
We summarize characteristics of confirmed US cases associated with the Hispaniola epidemic that were reported to the CDC Cholera and Other Vibrio Illness Surveillance System, a national database of all laboratory-confirmed cholera and vibriosis cases.
Enhancement of vibriosis resistance in juvenile Penaeus vannamei by supplementation of diets with different yeast products.