Vibriosis in cultured marine fishes: a review

Nurliyana Mohamad, Mohammad Noor Azmai Amal, Ina Salwany Md Yasin, Mohd Zamri Saad, Nasruddin Nurrul Shaqinah, Nurhidayu Al-saari, Sayaka Mino, Tomoo Sawabe

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For more than a century, vibriosis affects various species of economically important cultured marine fishes around the globe. The knowledge of this bacterial disease on many species of cultured fish is still lacking, but progressing. This review focuses on updated fundamental knowledge related to vibriosis including the history, taxonomy, and various epidemiological aspects such as socio-economy, clinical signs, pathological changes, diagnosis, pathogenesis, transmission, risk factors and control measures of vibriosis. This review revealed a rising prevalence of vibriosis in aquaculture, concomitant with the rapid development of this industry worldwide. Yet, information on Vibrio infection in cultured fish, particularly on the Vibrio of non-medical importance, the influence of their virulence toxins to host cells, effects of global warming and the socio-economic impacts are still scarce, and need more profound studies. Moreover, comprehensive epidemiological information on vibriosis are quite limited in many Asian countries with tropical climate, limiting the progression in control and prevention aspects of the disease.

Original languageEnglish
Article number734289
JournalAquaculture
Volume512
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 15 Oct 2019

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Keywords

  • Aquaculture
  • Fish pathogen
  • Health management
  • Marine finfish
  • Vibriosis

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  • Aquatic Science

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Mohamad, N., Amal, M. N. A., Yasin, I. S. M., Zamri Saad, M., Nurrul Shaqinah, N., Al-saari, N., ... Sawabe, T. (2019). Vibriosis in cultured marine fishes: a review. Aquaculture, 512, [734289]. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.aquaculture.2019.734289

Vibriosis in cultured marine fishes : a review. / Mohamad, Nurliyana; Amal, Mohammad Noor Azmai; Yasin, Ina Salwany Md; Zamri Saad, Mohd; Nurrul Shaqinah, Nasruddin; Al-saari, Nurhidayu; Mino, Sayaka; Sawabe, Tomoo.

In: Aquaculture, Vol. 512, 734289, 15.10.2019.

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Mohamad, N, Amal, MNA, Yasin, ISM, Zamri Saad, M, Nurrul Shaqinah, N, Al-saari, N, Mino, S & Sawabe, T 2019, 'Vibriosis in cultured marine fishes: a review', Aquaculture, vol. 512, 734289. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.aquaculture.2019.734289
Mohamad N, Amal MNA, Yasin ISM, Zamri Saad M, Nurrul Shaqinah N, Al-saari N et al. Vibriosis in cultured marine fishes: a review. Aquaculture. 2019 Oct 15;512. 734289. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.aquaculture.2019.734289
Mohamad, Nurliyana ; Amal, Mohammad Noor Azmai ; Yasin, Ina Salwany Md ; Zamri Saad, Mohd ; Nurrul Shaqinah, Nasruddin ; Al-saari, Nurhidayu ; Mino, Sayaka ; Sawabe, Tomoo. / Vibriosis in cultured marine fishes : a review. In: Aquaculture. 2019 ; Vol. 512.
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