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Genetic Determinants of Virulence in the Marine Fish Pathogen Vibrio anguillarum



Genetic Determinants of Virulence in the Marine Fish Pathogen Vibrio anguillarum



Fish Pathology 46: 1-10



One of the most studied fish pathogens is Vibrio anguillarum. Development of the genetics and biochemistry of the mechanisms of virulence in this fish pathogen together with clinical and ecologic studies has permitted the intensive development of microbiology in fish diseases. It is the intention of this review to compile the exhaustive knowledge accumulated on this bacterium and its interaction with the host fish by reporting a complete analysis of the V. anguillarum virulence factors and the genetics of their complexity.

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DOI: 10.3147/jsfp.46.1



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