Monthly Archives: November 2013

When did EMS/AHPND really occur in Vietnam?

Early mortality syndrome (EMS), also called acute hepatopancreatic necrosis disease (AHPND), is an emerging disease of cultured shrimp (Flegel, 2012). It was first occurred in southern China (NACA-FAO, 2011). Then, the disease had spread to Vietnam and Malaysia in 2011(Lightner … Continue reading

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Cellular immune response of fish against bacteria throughout histopathological section

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Can skin fluke Gyrodactylus sp. kill fry fish?

Heavy infection of skin fluke Gyrodactylus sp. associated with mass mortality of fry red tilapia. However, several suspected pathogens were also found.

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What happend with this frog?

Chryseobacterium indologenes can produce protease, a kind of protein-degrading enzyme, that causes severe skin ulcer in frog. This disease commonly occur in frog farms in Thailand and Vietnam.

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Argulus sp. attached on the skin of red tilapia

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