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Comparison of five methods for the detection of Perkinsus marinus (Protista) in the American oyster Crassostrea virginica


Comparison of five methods for the detection of Perkinsus marinus (Protista) in the American oyster Crassostrea virginica



Research and Reviews in Parasitology 60(1/2): 69-71



Oysters, C. virginica, collected during November and December 1997, from the Morgan River, Beaufort County, South Carolina, USA, were subjected to five diagnostic techniques (direct smear, panning, histology, thioglycolate culture, and the zinc sulfate flotation methods) to determine what percentage of each group was parasitized by the pathogenic protistan P. marinus.

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