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PROTECTIVE EFFECT OF SHORT CHAIN FATTY ACIDS ON GNOTOBIOTIC ARTEMIA FRANCISCANA NAUPLII AGAINST VIBRIO HARVEYII

@inproceedings{Palavesam2018PROTECTIVEEO,
  title={PROTECTIVE EFFECT OF SHORT CHAIN FATTY ACIDS ON GNOTOBIOTIC ARTEMIA FRANCISCANA NAUPLII AGAINST VIBRIO HARVEYII},
  author={Palavesam and Immanuel},
  year={2018}
}
The present study was carried out to investigate the protective effect of short chain fatty acids (acetic, propionic and butyric acids) on gnotobiotic Artemia franciscana nauplii against the shrimp pathogen Vibrio harveyii. The antibacterial effect of different concentrations (1, 10 and 100mM) of individual short chain fatty acids against V. harveyii was determined by bacterial growth study at pH 6. At 100mM concentration of all the tested short chain fatty acids, the pathogen growth was… Expand

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