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Isolation of a Vibrio sp. causing intestinal necrosis in Japanese flounder larvae


Fish Pathology 24(3): 135-141
Isolation of a Vibrio sp. causing intestinal necrosis in Japanese flounder larvae
In 1986-1988 a bacterial disease, characterized by opaque intestines or intestinal necrosis with high mortality, occurred in larval Japanese flounder (Paralichthys olivaceus) reared at private hatcheries and at the Prefectural Fisheries Experimental Station in Hiroshima Prefecture. From the intestines of the diseased larvae, a Vibrio species was isolated and tentatively named Vibrio sp. INFL (intestinal necrosis of flounder larvae) group.


Accession: 001871948



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