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1. Comparison of Serum Free Broth Media for Growth of Renibacterium Salmoninarum [LSC_serumfreebrothmedia]
Renibacterium salmoninarum is the Gram positive bacterium that causes salmonid bacterial kidney disease (BKD). This bacterium is very slow growing and difficult to isolate and culture, in vitro. Although ...


2. Development of DNA primers to identify a Romet-resistance gene in Aeromonas salmonicida and its subsequent use for epidemiological studies [LSC_Aeromonas_salmonicida]
Furunculosis is a significant cause of disease and mortality to hatchery reared and wild populations of salmonid fishes, particularly the salmon species. The disease is caused by Aeromonas salmonicida, ...


3. Evaluation of the Genetic Diversity of Flavobacterium Psychrophilum from Various Origins [LSC_Flavobacteriumpsychrophilum]
The US Fish and Wildlife Service along with the Washington Department of Fisheries and Wildlife work in cooperation on the Pacific salmon restoration effort. For a number of reasons, population numbers ...


4. Studies to Evaluate the Potential for Mutual Bacterial Pathogen Transfer in Freshwater Mussels and Salmonid Fishes [LSC_bacterialpathogentransfer]
Over 70% of the approximately 300 species of freshwater mussels native to the US are categorized as endangered, threatened or of special concern. There are a number of factors contributing to the ...


5. Studies to determine if Renibacterium salmoninarum culture metabolite will enhance its virulence [LSC_Renibacterium_salmonarum]
Bacterial kidney disease, caused by the Gram positive bacterium Renibacterium salmoninarum, is a serious disease of wild and hatchery reared salmonid fish species. The disease is especially serious ...


6. Virulence of Selected Salmonid-Pathogenic Bacteria in Arctic Char (Salvelinus alpinus) [LSC_ArcticChar]
Arctic char are a very important commercial and sport fisheries salmonid species, particularly in northern geographic ranges such as northern US, Canada and in Scandinavian countries. Recently, interest ...


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