Contributors: Celine Lajoie, Daniel Heath, Oliver Love, John Heath, Trevor Pitcher
... Raw Data for Inter-population differences in farmed Chinook salmon product quantity and quality
Contributors: David Frederick Willer, David Aldridge
... Data for: Microencapsulated diets to improve growth and survivorship in juvenile oysters
Data for: DNA barcoding evidence for the first recorded transmission of Neobenedenia sp. from wild fish species to Seriola lalandi cultured in an open recirculate systems on the Northern Chilean Coast.
Contributors: M. Teresa Gonzalez, Fabiola Sepúlveda
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Data for: Genetic structure of a small brood-stock population of cobia (Rachycentron canadum) through pedigree analyses
Contributors: M SAKTHIVEL, P Rameshkumar, Jayakumar Rengarajan, Amir Samal, K K Anikuttan, Gopakumar G Gangadharan Nair, G Tamilmani, A K Abdul Nazar, M Anbarasu, M Sankar
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Data for: Effects of stickwater hydrolysates on growth performance of yellow catfish (Pelteobagrus fulvidraco)
Contributors: Yuantu Ye, Luyang Zhou, Minmin Gao, Ping Wu, Mengying Wang, Qinhua Pu, Bing Wang, Jie He, Qigang Luo, Daiwu Wu
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Contributors: Daniel Rucinque, Carla Forte Maiolino Molento, André Luiz Watanabe
... Original data from the use of electrical stunning in pacu (Piaractus mesopotamicus) using direct current waveform.
Data for: Isolation, identification and pathogenicity characterization of Vibrio ponticus from the golden pompano Trachinotus ovatus
Contributors: Wang Shifeng, Wu Yue, Li Qiming, Ren Zhuling, Cai Yan, Erchao Li, Yong-Can Zhou, Guo Weiliang, Liu Shubin
... There is the data for Isolation, identification and pathogenicity characterization of Vibrio ponticus from the golden pompano Trachinotus ovatus
Data for: Isolation and Pathogenicity of Streptococcus iniae in cage-cultured Trachinotus ovatus in China
Contributors: An-Xing Li, Song Guo, Zheng Wang, Ze-Quan Mo, Yan-Wei Li, Jun Xu, Xue-Ming Dan
... 16sRNA sequences of HN strain and ATCC
Kocuria rhizophila and Micrococcus luteus as an emerging opportunist pathogens for cultured salmonids.
Contributors: Agnieszka Pekala, Jerzy Antychowicz, Ewa Pazdzior, Wiktor Niemczuk, Beata Wiecek, Alicja Bernad, Hanna Glowacka
... In 2014 and 2016 in Poland a few disease outbreaks caused by Kocuria rhizophila and Micrococcus luteus were diagnosed in rainbow trout and brown trout. In each of these events, abnormal mortality (approximately 50%) was accompanied by pathological changes in external tissues and internal organs. Exophthalmia, swollen abdomen, increased enhanced skin melanisation as well as skin petechiaes and focal lesions were often seen in moribund fishes. In many fish inflammation of the intestine, liver congestion, and hemorrhages in the tail part of the muscles, were also observed. Samples from moribund fish, internal organs were inoculated onto blood agar and trypticase soya agar, and incubated for up to 3-4 days at a temperature of 27°C. In the majority of cases uniform growth of Kocuria rhizophila or Microccocus luteus colonies were observed; and sometimes these bacteria appeared in predominant numbers. The bacteria identifications were performed using standard kits (API 20 Staph and Vitek 2). In order to improve the biochemical identification of isolated bacteria, for establishing the evolutionary relationships of their bacteria’s taxa, and finding the possible source of the fish infection, sequencing was applied. Comparison of our strainsˊ molecular structures with the available data in GenBank showed that Kocuria rhizophila or Micrococcus luteus had never been isolated from diseased fish before, and that our isolates were very similar to strains which had been isolated from food processing environments (in the case of Kocuria rhizophila) and from scallops (Micrococcus luteus). The challenge tests performed with our strains of Kocuria and Micrococcus on rainbow trout in laboratory aquaria confirmed the three Koch postulates. Antibacterial disc diffusion studies using disc - diffusion methods showed that Kocuria rhizophila and Micrococcus luteus are sensitive to most of the drugs tested i.e. tetracycilnes, β-lactams, macrolide, aminoglycoside, and also amphenicols. The results of these study show that control of outbreaks of the diseases in rainbow trouts or brown trouts seems realistic if caused eventually by Kocuria rhisophila or Micrococcus luteus.
Data for: Effects of dietary glycinin on the growth performance, digestion, intestinal morphology and bacterial community of juvenile turbot, Scophthalmus maximus L.
Contributors: Yanjiao Zhang, Jintao Liu, Kangsen Mai, Wei Xu, Wenbing Zhang, Yong-An Zhang, Haibin Hu, Qinghui Ai, Yanxian Li, pei Yang
... The OTU table giving the counts of bacterial taxa down to genus level among the different treatments.