Corpus ID: 83968494

Bacteria Recovered from Aquaculture in Oman, with emphasis on Aeromonas Spp.

  title={Bacteria Recovered from Aquaculture in Oman, with emphasis on Aeromonas Spp.},
  author={Alya Salim Al-Ghabshi},

Figures and Tables from this paper

Functional analysis of hisJ in Aeromonas veronii reveals a key role in virulence
Results show that the gene hisJ affects flagellar shedding, virulence, biofilm formation, adhesion, and invasion of A. veronii TH0426, and that hisJ is closely associated with virulence and plays a crucial role in its pathogenicity. Expand
Isolation and Identification of Bacteria Associated with Farm-Cultured Tilapia (Oreochromis Niloticus) in Sultanate of Oman
Three types of bacteria were identified: Aeromonas sobria, Shewanella putrefaciens and Streptococcus agalactiae; among them A. sobria were the most prevalent (71.4% prevalence), and all isolates were multidrug resistant, although only A. Sobria was resistant to ampicillin, a certified aquaculture property in Oman. Expand


Identification and Characterization of Pathogenic Aeromonas veronii Biovar Sobria Associated with Epizootic Ulcerative Syndrome in Fish in Bangladesh
The results suggest that a clonal group of A. veronii biovar sobria is associated with, and may be a causative agent of, EUS in fish in Bangladesh. Expand
Clinical relevance of Aeromonas sM503
New data seem to indicate an increasing tendency to affect patients with hepatobiliary disease, especially those with cirrhosis, culminating in a rapid and fatal outcome. Expand
Aeromonas species in disease of animals
  • 1996
Species identification of clinically important Aeromonas spp. by restriction fragment length polymorphism of 16S rDNA
Aims:  The aim of the study was to characterize 16S rDNA of Aeromonas spp. to rapidly identify clinically important species of these bacteria.
Identification of Aeromonas clinical isolates by restriction fragment length polymorphism of PCR-amplified 16S rRNA genes
Computer analysis of the published 16S rRNA gene sequences revealed that restriction fragment length polymorphism of the PCR-amplified 16SrRNA gene is a good and rapid way of assessing the identities of all known species of Aeromonas. Expand
Aeromonas spp. whole genomes and virulence factors implicated in fish disease.
This review will focus on the most relevant information derived from the available Aeromonas genomes in relation to virulence and on the diverse virulence factors that actively participate in host adherence, colonization and infection, including structural components, extracellular factors, secretion systems, iron acquisition and quorum sensing mechanisms. Expand
MEGA6: Molecular Evolutionary Genetics Analysis version 6.0.
An advanced version of the Molecular Evolutionary Genetics Analysis software, which currently contains facilities for building sequence alignments, inferring phylogenetic histories, and conducting molecular evolutionary analysis, is released, which enables the inference of timetrees, as it implements the RelTime method for estimating divergence times for all branching points in a phylogeny. Expand
Aeromonadaceae Representative (Aeromonas salmonicida)
Questions about the ecology of the organism remain but the consensus is that despite earlier work, cells exist in the aquatic environment although largely in a nonculturable form. Expand
Genetic identification of eleven aquatic bacteria using the 16S rDNA gene
The metabolic tests better supported the identification for the samples with longer sequences than samples with shorter sequences, which shows the importance of getting longer sequences to better identify bacteria. Expand
Aeromonas isolates in this study were positive for at least one toxin gene and this observation is in agreement with the data for an Aeromonas strain recovered from aquatic fish
  • Ottaviani et al
  • 2011