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Incidence, Distribution, and Spread of Tetracycline Resistance Determinants and Integron-Associated Antibiotic Resistance Genes among Motile Aeromonads from a Fish Farming Environment
ABSTRACT A collection of 313 motile aeromonads isolated at Danish rainbow trout farms was analyzed to identify some of the genes involved in high levels of antimicrobial resistance found in aExpand
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Occurrence of Vibrio vulnificus Biotypes in Danish Marine Environments
ABSTRACT During the unusually warm summer in Denmark in 1994, 11 clinical cases of Vibrio vulnificus infection were reported. These reports initiated an investigation of the occurrence of V.Expand
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Occurrence of Antimicrobial Resistance in Fish-Pathogenic and Environmental Bacteria Associated with Four Danish Rainbow Trout Farms
ABSTRACT Surveillance of bacterial susceptibility to five antimicrobial agents was performed during a 1-year period in and around four freshwater fish farms situated along a stream in westernExpand
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Is Aeromonas hydrophila the dominant motile Aeromonas species that causes disease outbreaks in aquaculture production in the Zhejiang Province of China?
The significance of Aeromonas hydrophila in association with disease outbreaks in aquaculture production in the Zhejiang province of China was investigated. Bacteriological examination of moribundExpand
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Stratification and mixing in the Limfjorden in relation to mussel culture
Abstract The physical regime of Limfjorden in northern Denmark has been investigated with the aim of defining its role in controlling the food supply to a community of benthic filter feeders, whichExpand
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Characterization of Vibrio damsela strains isolated from turbot Scophthalmus maximus in Spain
During a 3 yr penod several epizootics of vibnos~s In turbot Scophthalmus maximus occurred in different marine farms located in northwestern Spain. Affected fish showed extensive haemorragic areasExpand
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An inhibitor of bacterial quorum sensing reduces mortalities caused by Vibriosis in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss, Walbaum).
The fish pathogen Vibrio anguillarum produces quorum sensing signal molecules, N-acyl homoserine lactones (AHLs), which in several Gram-negative human and plant pathogenic bacteria regulate virulenceExpand
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Vibrio anguillarum serovars associated with vibriosis in fish
. A total of 517 Vibrio anguillarum strains isolated from discased fish together with 14 V. anguillarum serogroup O2 and V. ordalii type strains were serotyped using the European scrotyping system.Expand
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Serotyping of Vibrio anguillarum.
A serotyping scheme based on the detection of O antigens by slide agglutination in fish-pathogenic strains of Vibrio anguillarum is presented. Over a period of 5 years 270 Vibrio strains from feralExpand
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Identification and Typing of Vibrio anguillarum: A Comparison of Different Methods
Summary The majority (91%) of 260 isolates initially identified as Vibrio anguillarum , that were obtained from a wide range of hosts, habitats and geographical locations, were recovered in a singleExpand
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