A. Kathirvelpandian

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Coilia dussumieri (Valenciennes, 1848) commonly called as golden anchovy, constitutes a considerable fishery in the northern part of both the west and east coasts of India. Despite its clear-cut geographic isolation, the species is treated as a unit stock for fishery management purposes. We evaluated 32 microsatellite primer pairs from three closely related(More)
The golden anchovy, Coilia dussumieri, though possessing discontinuous distribution along northeast and northwest coasts of India, it is being managed as unit stock for fishery assessment purposes. By considering the need for stock specific management of the species, mitochondrial ATP synthase 6 and 8 (ATPase 6/8) genes were analyzed for delineating genetic(More)
Cyprinus carpio koi fin (CCKF) cell line was established and characterized from the caudal fin tissue of ornamental common carp, C. carpio koi. This cell line has been maintained in L-15 medium supplemented with 15% foetal bovine serum (FBS) and subcultured more than 52 times over a period of 24 mo. The CCKF cell line consisted of epithelial cells and was(More)
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