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Infectious hypodermal and hematopoietic necrosis virus (IHHNV) is an economically important pathogen that causes shrimp diseases worldwide....

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Xenohaliotis californiensis (also called WS-RLO) is a bacterium that causes a fatal disease of marine gastropod molluscs of the...

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Yellow head disease, caused by Yellow head virus (genotype 1) (YHV1), has resulted in significant mortalities of penaeid shrimp in Asia...

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Xenohaliotis californiensis (also called WS-RLO) is a bacterium that causes a fatal disease of marine gastropod molluscs of the...

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Yellow head virus (YHV) is the cause of yellow head disease in penaeid shrimp. YHV forms enveloped, rod-shaped particles 40-50 nm...

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Marteilia sydneyi is the aetiological agent of QX disease in the Sydney rock oyster (Saccostrea glomerata) (Adlard and...

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The protozoan Perkinsus olseni infects a number of commercially important marine molluscs in Asia, Europe and Australasia. First...

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Marteilia refringens is a paramyxean parasite infecting the digestive system of several bivalve species, including European flat...

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Perkinsus marinus is the causative agent of dermo disease in oysters; the Eastern oyster, Crassostrea virginia, is most...

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Perkinsosis is a disease of gastropod and bivalve molluscs caused by protozoan parasites of the Perkinsus genus. These parasites...

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