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Fish (Fundulus heteroclitus) populations with different exposure histories differ in tolerance of creosote‐contaminated sediments
- D. Ownby, M. Newman, M. Mulvey, W. Vogelbein, M. Unger, L. F. Arzayus
- Environmental ScienceEnvironmental toxicology and chemistry
- 1 September 2002
Differences between fish populations from the two estuaries were larger than differences within the Elizabeth River, and these differences in tolerance were heritable.
Route-specific cellular expression of cytochrome P4501A (CYP1A) in fish (Fundulus heteroclitus) following exposure to aqueous and dietary benzo[a]pyrene.
- P. V. Van Veld, W. Vogelbein, M. Cochran, A. Goksøyr, J. Stegeman
- BiologyToxicology and applied pharmacology
- 1 February 1997
The results of this study support the use of tissue-specific patterns of CYP1A expression in identification of target sites and exposure routes for polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and other compounds.
Experimental mycobacteriosis in striped bass Morone saxatilis.
- D. Gauthier, M. Rhodes, W. Vogelbein, H. Kator, C. Ottinger
- Medicine, BiologyDiseases of aquatic organisms
- 31 March 2003
Striped bass Morone saxatilis were infected intraperitoneally with approximately 10(5) Mycobacterium marinum, and granulomas in the mesenteries, spleen and anterior kidney underwent a temporal progression of distinct morphological stages, culminating in well-circumscribed lesions surrounded by normal or healing tissue.
Fundulus as the premier teleost model in environmental biology: opportunities for new insights using genomics.
Aphanomyces as a Cause of Ulcerative Skin Lesions of Menhaden from Chesapeake Bay Tributaries
- V. Blazer, W. Vogelbein, C. Densmore, E. May, J. H. Lilley, D. Zwerner
- Environmental Science
- 1 December 1999
Atlantic menhaden Brevoortia tyrannus were the most frequent target of the acute fish kills and displayed skin lesions that were attributed to the presence of the toxic dinoflagellate Pfiesteria piscicida, hence, the penetrating skin ulcers so commonly found in this species are now widely viewed by the general public and some scientists as PfIESteria-related and to be caused by exposure to Pfieseria toxin.
Pfiesteria shumwayae kills fish by micropredation not exotoxin secretion
It is shown that cultures of actively fish-killing P. shumwayae do not secrete potent exotoxins; rather, fish mortality results from micropredatory feeding.
THE RECLASSIFICATION OF PFIESTERIA SHUMWAYAE (DINOPHYCEAE): PSEUDOPFIESTERIA, GEN. NOV. 1
Based on the plate tabulations for P. shumwayae, P. piscicida, and the closely related “cryptoperidiniopsoid” and “lucy” groups, the family Pfiesteriaceae is amended to include species with the following tabulation; the tabulation is expanded to increase the number of sulcal plates and to include a new plate, the peduncle cover (PC) plate.
Hepatic neoplasms in the mummichog Fundulus heteroclitus from a creosote-contaminated site.
- W. Vogelbein, J. Fournie, P. V. Van Veld, R. Huggett
- Medicine, BiologyCancer research
- 15 September 1990
A strong positive association between exposure to creosote-contaminated sediments and the high prevalence of hepatic neoplasms in a feral population of mummichog is indicated and the putative role of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in fish hepatocarcinogenesis is supported.
Mycobacterium pseudoshottsii sp. nov., a slowly growing chromogenic species isolated from Chesapeake Bay striped bass (Morone saxatilis).
It is proposed that these isolates represent a novel species, Mycobacterium pseudoshottsii sp.
Mycobacterium shottsii sp. nov., a slowly growing species isolated from Chesapeake Bay striped bass (Morone saxatilis).
Isolate M175T (=ATCC 700981T =NCTC 13215T) is proposed as the type strain of a novel species, Mycobacterium shottsii sp.