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Severe clinical signs of diseased tilapia infected by Streptococcus agalactiae

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Lymphocystis disease occurred in cultured Cobia (Rachycentron canadum) in Vietnam

Two cases of lymphocystis disease were recorded from cultured cobia in central Vietnam during 2008-2010. It did not cause high mortality but affected to growth performance and aesthetic value. Discard infected fish from cultured cages were recommended to prevent horizontal … 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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