The Vibrio core group induces yellow band disease in Caribbean and Indo‐Pacific reef‐building corals

  title={The Vibrio core group induces yellow band disease in Caribbean and Indo‐Pacific reef‐building corals},
  author={J. M. Cervino and F. Thompson and B. Gomez-Gil and E. Lorence and T. Goreau and R. Hayes and K. Winiarski-Cervino and G. Smith and K. Hughen and E. Bartels},
  journal={Journal of Applied Microbiology},
  • J. M. Cervino, F. Thompson, +7 authors E. Bartels
  • Published 2008
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of Applied Microbiology
  • Aims:  To determine the relationship between yellow band disease (YBD)‐associated pathogenic bacteria found in both Caribbean and Indo‐Pacific reefs, and the virulence of these pathogens. YBD is one of the most significant coral diseases of the tropics. 
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