Francisco J Magallón-Barajas

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Bacteria of the genera Vibrio, Pseudomonas and Aeromonas were isolated from the intestine of apparently healthy brown shrimp (Penaeus californiensis Holmes) cultured in a tidal pond. Species from these genera of bacteria have been reported as shrimp pathogens and have been involved in human gastrointestinal disorders related to seafood consumption.(More)
This study investigated whether white spot syndrome virus and Infectious hypodermal and hematopoietic necrosis virus, can survive in wild invertebrates and vertebrates in the environment surrounding shrimp farms along the Pacific coast of Mexico. The evidences imply that both viruses have a potential of persisting in crabs, blue, white and brown shrimps.(More)
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