John Brocklebank

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Mycobacterium chelonae was identified as the cause of incidental mortality in Atlantic salmon smolts following introduction to seacages. Source of infection was not confirmed. Polymerase chain reaction was a useful method of detecting and speciating the genus Mycobacterium in infected stocks. Clinical management and public health implications of infection(More)
Histochemical techniques based upon the pH sensitivity of myofibrillar adenosine triphosphatase are used to differentiate avian skeletal muscle fibers as either fast or slow. Pars thoracica m. pectoralis (PM) of several avian species, Pars cranialis m. latissimi dorsi (LDCR) of the Japanese quail, and M. tensor propatagialis (TP) of the domestic pigeon are(More)