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Dr. Faiz Alam

Fisheries Department, Southwest Area Integrated Water Resources Planning and Management Project, India

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    Listonella has been Determined Chemically in Natural Fish From the Ocean
    Author(s): Dr. Faiz Alam*

    Infectious diseases caused by marine bacterial pathogens are increasingly causing economic losses to fisheries and aquaculture, while posing increasing risks to public health and the protection of affected species. Four wild marine fish species were collected from five fishing grounds and analyzed for listnera in two regions: northern (Acre, Haifa and Shefaim) and central and southern (Tel Aviv and Ashdod). Initial screening was performed using PCR analysis with specially designed primers on DNA extracted from liver and kidney. For P. damselae-positive specimens, 16S rRNA amplicons were sequenced. An attempt was then made to determine related subspecies using a three-step genetic screen auto, ureC and toxR 20 of which were classified as P. damselae subsp. piscicida (Phdp), two as P; Damsel subspecies. (Phdd) and 25 could not be assigned to any subspecies. Our results reinforce the ide.. View More»

    DOI: 10.36648/1307-234X.

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