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Information of interest !! Animal Feed Science and Technology * Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy Applied and Environmental Microbiology Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology Aqua Aquaculture * Aquaculture Economics & Management Aquacultural Engineering * Aquaculture International * Aquaculture Nutrition * Aquaculture Research * Aquatic Living Resources Asian Fisheries Science Bulletin of the European Association of Fish Pathologists Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences * Current Opinion in Microbiology * Diseases of Aquatic Organisms * Fish & Shellfish Immunology * Fisheries Science * Hydrobiologia * International Journal of Aquatic Science Journal of Applied Ichthyology * Journal of Applied Microbiology * Journal of Applied Phycology Journal of Aquaculture Research and Development Journal of Aquatic Animal Health Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology * Journal of Fish Biology Journal of Fish Diseases * Aquaculture Journals

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Journal of Invertebrate Pathology* Journal of Microbial Ecology* Journal of Microbiological Methods Journal of Ocean University of China Journal of Shellfish Research Journal of the World Aquaculture Society Letters in Applied Microbiology * Marine Biology * Marine Biotechnology * Nippon Suisan Gakkaishi North American Journal of Aquaculture Reviews in Aquaculture Trends in Biotechnology * Trends in Microbiology *

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Short video clip prepared by the Thailand Department of Fisheries on the Thai shrimp industry Pangasius production in Vietnam in 2011 reached 1.2 million tons and export turnover exceeded US $ 1.8 billion, up by 26.5 % compared to 2010. Pangasius filets are exported to 135 countries around the world, of which exports to Europe account for 29.1 % and 18.4 % to the USA. See full story Seafood Health Facts: balancing the benefits and risks of seafood consumption

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Research articles Ruminants Effect of essential oils of Zataria multiflora on in vitro rumen fermentation, protozoal population, growth and enzyme activity of anaerobic fungus isolated from Mehraban sheep R. Talebzadeh, D. Alipour, M.J. Saharkhiz, A. Azarfar, M. Malecky Show preview |

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Effects of irrigation and rates and timing of nitrogen fertilizer on dry matter yield, proportions of plant fractions of maize and nutritive value and in vitro gas production characteristics of whole crop maize silage M.R. Islam, S.C. Garcia, A. Horadagoda Show preview |

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Effects of dietary inclusion of clinoptilolite in colostrum and milk of dairy calves on absorption of antibodies against Escherichia coli and the incidence of diarrhea Konstantinos Pourliotis, Maria A. Karatzia, Panagiota Florou-Paneri, Panagiotis D. Katsoulos, Harilaos Karatzias Show preview |

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Treating barley grain with lactic acid and heat prevented sub-acute ruminal acidosis and increased milk fat content in dairy cows S. Iqbal, S.J. Terrill, Q. Zebeli, A. Mazzolari, S.M. Dunn, W.Z. Yang, B.N. Ametaj Show preview |

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Forage legume species determine the nutritional quality of binary mixtures with perennial ryegrass in the first production year M. Gierus, J. Kleen, R. Loges, F. Taube Show preview |

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Botanical traits, protein and carbohydrate fractions, ruminal degradability and energy contents of alfalfa hay harvested at three stages of maturity and in the afternoon and morning M. Yari, R. Valizadeh, A.A. Naserian, G.R. Ghorbani, P. Rezvani Moghaddam, A. Jonker, P. Yu Show preview |

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Non-ruminants Ileal and total tract apparent crude protein and amino acid digestibility of ensiled and dried cassava leaves and sweet potato vines in growing pigs T.H.L. Nguyen, L.D. Ngoan, G. Bosch, M.W.A. Verstegen, W.H. Hendriks Show preview |

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Effect of enzyme preparation on egg production, nutrient retention, digestive enzyme activities and pancreatic enzyme messenger RNA expression of late-phase laying hens C. Wen, L.C. Wang, Y.M. Zhou, Z.Y. Jiang, T. Wang Show preview |

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Impact of dried distillers grains with solubles (DDGS) and diet formulation method on dry matter, calcium, and phosphorus retention and excretion in nursery pigs Aquaculture Journals

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A.R. Hanson, G. Xu, M. Li, M.H. Whitney, G.C. Shurson Show preview |

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The effects of restricting enzyme supplementation in wheat-based diets to broilers A.A. Figueiredo, B.A. Correia, T. Ribeiro, P.I.P. Ponte, L. Falcão, J.P. Freire, J.A.M. Prates, L.M.A. Ferreira, C.M.G.A. Fontes, M.M. Lordelo Show preview |

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Performance and intestinal responses to dehulling and inclusion level of Australian sweet lupins (Lupinus angustifolius L.) in diets for weaner pigs J.C. Kim, J.M. Heo, B.P. Mullan, J.R. Pluske Show preview |

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Utilization of quality protein maize in the diet of White Leghorn layers Arun. K. Panda, G. Lavanya, E. Pradeep Kumar Reddy, S.V. Rama Rao, M.V.L.N. Raju, G. Shyam Sunder Show preview |

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Environmental impacts of feed technologies in animal production Sheep fed forage chicory (Cichorium intybus) or perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne) have similar methane emissions X.Z. Sun, S.O. Hoskin, G.G. Zhang, G. Molano, S. Muetzel, C.S. Pinares-Patiño, H. Clark, D. Pacheco Show preview |

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General topic Chemical composition and cell wall polysaccharide degradability of pith and rind tissues from mature maize internodes Jaime Barros-Rios, Rogelio Santiago, Rosa A. Malvar, Hans-Joachim G. Jung Show preview |

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Short communications Ileal digestibility of crude protein, amino acids, dry matter and phosphorous in pigs fed diets steam conditioned at low and high temperature, expander conditioned or extruder processed K.K. Lundblad, J.D. Hancock, K.C. Behnke, L.J. McKinney, S. Alavi, E. Prestløkken, M. Sørensen Show preview |

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Description and function of a mobile open-circuit respirometry system to measure gas exchange in small ruminants C. Fernández, M.C. López, M. Lachica Show preview |

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Apparent ileal amino acid digestibility and activities of trypsin and chymotrypsin in pigs fed sorghum–soybean meal diets supplemented with a microbial phytase A. Morales, H. García, J.E. Sánchez, B.A. Araiza, R.T. Zijlstra, M. Cervantes Show preview |

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Comment to the Editor Livestock and greenhouse gas emissions: The importance of getting the numbers right, by Herrero et al. [Anim. Feed Sci. Technol. 166–167, 779–782] Robert Goodland, Jeff Anhang Aquaculture Journals

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Erratum Erratum to “Effect of harvest date and nitrogen fertilization rate on the nutritive value of amaranth forage (Amaranthus hypochondriacus)” [Anim. Field Sci. Technol. 171 (2012) 6–13] D. Abbasi, Y. Rouzbehan, J. Rezaei Show preview |

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VOLUME 173, PART 1-2, APRIL 2012

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Research articles Special Issue: Nutrition and Pathology of Non-Ruminants Edited by V Ravindran Editorial Board Show preview |

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Preface Nutrition and pathology of non-ruminants Velmurugu Ravindran Show preview |

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Nutrition and pathology of weaner pigs: Nutritional strategies to support barrier function in the gastrointestinal tract J.C. Kim, C.F. Hansen, B.P. Mullan, J.R. Pluske Show preview |

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Fermented liquid feed—Microbial and nutritional aspects and impact on enteric diseases in pigs Nuria Canibe, Bent Borg Jensen Show preview |

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The role of carbohydrates in intestinal health of pigs Knud Erik Bach Knudsen, Mette Skou Hedemann, Helle Nygaard Lærke Show preview |

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Implications of changing immune function through nutrition in poultry D.R. Korver Show preview |

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Nutrition and wet litter problems in poultry Stephen R. Collett Show preview |

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Exogenous enzymes and their effects on intestinal microbiology M.R. Bedford, A.J. Cowieson Aquaculture Journals

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The role of diet in the prevention and management of several equine diseases Cristy J. Secombe, Guy D. Lester Show preview |

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Nutritional digestive disturbances in weaner rabbits J.C. de Blas, S. Chamorro, J. García-Alonso, P. García-Rebollar, A.I. García-Ruiz, M.S. Gómez-Conde, D. Menoyo, N. Nicodemus, C. Romero, R. Carabaño Show preview |

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Fish immune system and its nutritional modulation for preventive health care Viswanath Kiron Show preview |

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Mycotoxin contamination of the feed supply chain: Implications for animal productivity and feed security Wayne L. Bryden Show preview |

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VOLUME 173, PART 3-4, MAY 2012

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Research articles Ruminants Effect of corn variety and fat supplementation on digestion of diets for feedlot cattle containing dry rolled or steam-flaked corn A. Plascencia, E. Alvarez, L. Corona, V.M. Gonzalez, M.F. Montano, J. Salinas-Chavira, R.A. Zinn Show preview |

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Effects of dietary non-ionic surfactant and forage to concentrate ratio on bacterial population and fatty acid composition of rumen bacteria and plasma of goats Bo Zeng, Zhiliang Tan, Junying Zeng, Shaoxun Tang, Chuanyan Tan, Chuanshe Zhou, Xuefeng Han, Rongzhen Zhong Show preview |

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Antioxidants included in the diet of fattening lambs: Effects on immune response, stress, welfare and distal gut microbiota Lara Morán, Sonia Andrés, Raúl Bodas, Julio Benavides, Nuria Prieto, Valentín Pérez, F. Javier Giráldez Show preview |

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Changes of chemical composition to high altitude results in Kobresia littledalei growing in alpine meadows with high feeding values for herbivores X.S. Guo, L.M. Ding, R.J. Long, B. Qi, Z.H. Shang, Y.P. Wang, X.Y. Cheng Show preview |

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Control of hepatic copper retention in Texel ram lambs by dietary supplementation with copper antagonists followed by a copper depletion regimen N.F. Suttle Show preview | Aquaculture Journals

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Effect of herbage allowance on grazing behavior and productive performance of early lactation primiparous Holstein cows P. Chilibroste, D.A. Mattiauda, O. Bentancur, P. Soca, A. Meikle Show preview |

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Effects of N fertilisation, leaf appearance and time of day on N fractionation and chemical composition of Lolium perenne cultivars in spring R.H. Bryant, P. Gregorini, G.R. Edwards Show preview |

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Faecal near-infrared reflectance spectroscopy (NIRS) compared with other techniques for estimating the in vivo digestibility and dry matter intake of lactating grazing dairy cows V. Decruyenaere, E. Froidmont, N. Bartiaux-Thill, A. Buldgen, D. Stilmant Show preview |

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Non-Ruminants Live yeast stability in rabbit digestive tract: Consequences on the caecal ecosystem, digestion, growth and digestive health M. Kimsé, C. Bayourthe, V. Monteils, L. Fortun-Lamothe, L. Cauquil, S. Combes, T. Gidenne Show preview | articles

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Effects of the dietary incorporation of untreated and white-rot fungi (Ganoderma resinaceum Boud) pre-treated olive leaves on growing rabbits L. Ribeiro, V. Pinheiro, D. Outor-Monteiro, J. Mourão, R.M.F. Bezerra, A.A. Dias, R.N. Bennett, G. Marques, M.A.M. Rodrigues Show preview |

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Environmental Impacts of Feed Technologies in Animal Production Effects of increasing levels of stearidonic acid on methane production in a rumen in vitro system P. Amaro, M.R.G. Maia, R.J. Dewhurst, A.J.M. Fonseca, A.R.J. Cabrita Show preview |

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Short communication Optimisation of headspace solid-phase microextraction for quantitative analysis of monoterpenes in caprine blood M. Malecky, A. Broudiscou, L.P. Broudiscou Show preview |

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A Annttiim miiccrroobbiiaall A Aggeennttss aanndd C Chheem mootthheerraappyy VOLUME 56, PART 3, March 2012

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Research articles Chemistry; Biosynthesis Battacin (Octapeptin B5), a New Cyclic Lipopeptide Antibiotic from Paenibacillus tianmuensis Active against Multidrug-Resistant Gram-Negative Bacteria Chao-Dong Qian, Xue-Chang Wu, Yi Teng, Wen-Peng Zhao, Ou Li, Sheng-Guo Fang, ZhaoHui Huang, and Hai-Chun Gao Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Mechanisms of Action: Physiological Effects Fosfomycin Enhances the Active Transport of Tobramycin in Pseudomonas aeruginosa David L. MacLeod, Jyoti Velayudhan, Thomas F. Kenney, Joseph H. Therrien, Jennifer L. Sutherland, Lynn M. Barker, and William R. Baker Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material OPEN ACCESS Reshuffling of Aspergillus fumigatus Cell Wall Components Chitin and β-Glucan under the Influence of Caspofungin or Nikkomycin Z Alone or in Combination Patricia E. B. Verwer, M. L. van Duijn, M. Tavakol, Irma A. J. M. Bakker-Woudenberg, and Wendy W. J. van de Sande Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Mechanisms of Resistance Hydrolysis Spectrum Extension of CMY-2-Like β-Lactamases Resulting from Structural Alteration in the Y-X-N Loop Sandrine Dahyot andHedi Mammeri Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Identification of a Cryptococcus neoformans Cytochrome P450 Lanosterol 14αDemethylase (Erg11) Residue Critical for Differential Susceptibility between Fluconazole/Voriconazole and Itraconazole/Posaconazole Edward Sionov, Yun C. Chang, H. Martin Garraffo, Michael A. Dolan, Mahmoud A. Ghannoum, and Kyung J. Kwon-Chung Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material High-Level Cefixime- and Ceftriaxone-Resistant Neisseria gonorrhoeae in France: Novel penA Mosaic Allele in a Successful International Clone Causes Treatment Failure Magnus Unemo, Daniel Golparian, Robert Nicholas, Makoto Ohnishi, Anne Gallay, and Patrice Sednaoui Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Impaired Fitness and Transmission of Macrolide-Resistant Campylobacter jejuni in Its Natural Host Taradon Luangtongkum, Zhangqi Shen, Virginia W. Seng, Orhan Sahin, Byeonghwa Jeon, Peng Liu, and Qijing Zhang Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Evolution of an Incompatibility Group IncA/C Plasmid Harboring blaCMY-16 and qnrA6 Genes and Its Transfer through Three Clones of Providencia stuartii during a Two-Year Outbreak in a Tunisian Burn Unit Aquaculture Journals

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C. Arpin, L. Thabet, H. Yassine, A. A. Messadi, J. Boukadida, V. Dubois, L. CoulangeMayonnove, C. Andre, and C. Quentin Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Discordant Temporal Evolution of Pfcrt and Pfmdr1 Genotypes and Plasmodium falciparum In Vitro Drug Susceptibility to 4-Aminoquinolines after Drug Policy Change in French Guiana Eric Legrand, Joséphine Yrinesi, Marie-Thérèse Ekala, Julie Péneau, Béatrice Volney, Franck Berger, Christiane Bouchier, Stéphane Bertani, Lise Musset, JeanBaptiste Meynard, and Odile Mercereau-Puijalon Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Influence of Soil Use on Prevalence of Tetracycline, Streptomycin, and Erythromycin Resistance and Associated Resistance Genes Magdalena Popowska, Marzenna Rzeczycka, Antoni Miernik, Agata Krawczyk-Balska, Fiona Walsh, and Brion Duffy Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material MpeR Regulates the mtr Efflux Locus in Neisseria gonorrhoeae and Modulates Antimicrobial Resistance by an Iron-Responsive Mechanism Alexandra Dubon Mercante, Lydgia Jackson, Paul J. T. Johnson, Virginia A. Stringer, David W. Dyer, and William M. Shafer AbstractFull Text PDF Figures Resuscitation-Promoting Factors Are Required for β-Lactam Tolerance and the Permeability Barrier in Mycobacterium tuberculosis Carl N. Wivagg and Deborah T. Hung Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Molecular Identification of Extended-Spectrum-β-Lactamase Genes from Enterobacteriaceae Isolated from Healthy Human Carriers in Switzerland Nadine Geser, Roger Stephan, Bozena M. Korczak, Lothar Beutin, and Herbert Hächler Abstract Full Text PDF Partial Excision of blaKPC from Tn4401 in Carbapenem-Resistant Klebsiella pneumoniae Liang Chen, Kalyan D. Chavda, José R. Mediavilla, Michael R. Jacobs, Michael H. Levi, Robert A. Bonomo, and Barry N. Kreiswirth Abstract Full Text PDF Figures First Report of the Multidrug Resistance Gene cfr in Enterococcus faecalis of Animal Origin Yang Liu, Yang Wang, Congming Wu, Zhangqi Shen, Stefan Schwarz, Xiang-Dang Du, Lei Dai, Wanjiang Zhang, Qijing Zhang, and Jianzhong Shen Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Susceptibility Identification of New Antileishmanial Leads from Hits Obtained by High-Throughput Screening Xiaohua Zhu, Trupti Pandharkar, and Karl Werbovetz Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Identification of Lead Compounds Targeting the Cathepsin B-Like Enzyme of Eimeria tenella Marie Schaeffer, Joerg Schroeder, Anja R. Heckeroth, Sandra Noack, Michael Gassel, Jeremy C. Mottram, Paul M. Selzer, and Graham H. Coombs Abstract Full Text PDF Figures

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Prevalence of Antimicrobial Resistance among Clinical Isolates of Bacteroides fragilis Group in Canada in 2010-2011: CANWARD Surveillance Study James A. Karlowsky, Andrew J. Walkty, Heather J. Adam, Melanie R. Baxter, Daryl J. Hoban, and George G. Zhanel Abstract Full Text PDF Reevaluation of the Critical Concentration for Drug Susceptibility Testing of Mycobacterium tuberculosis against Pyrazinamide Using Wild-Type MIC Distributions and pncA Gene Sequencing J. Werngren, E. Sturegård, P. Juréen, K. Ängeby, S. Hoffner, and T. Schön Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Effect of pH on In Vitro Susceptibility of Candida glabrata and Candida albicans to 11 Antifungal Agents and Implications for Clinical Use Claire S. Danby, Dina Boikov, Rina Rautemaa-Richardson, and Jack D. Sobel Abstract Full Text PDF Agreement Assessment of Tigecycline Susceptibilities Determined by the Disk Diffusion and Broth Microdilution Methods among Commonly Encountered Resistant Bacterial Isolates: Results from the Tigecycline In Vitro Surveillance in Taiwan (TIST) Study, 2008 to 2010 Jien-Wei Liu, Wen-Chien Ko, Cheng-Hua Huang, Chun-Hsing Liao, Chin-Te Lu, Yin-Ching Chuang, Shih-Ming Tsao, Yao-Shen Chen, Yung-Ching Liu, Wei-Yu Chen, Tsrang-Neng Jang, Hsiu-Chen Lin, Chih-Ming Chen, Zhi-Yuan Shi, Sung-Ching Pan, Jia-Ling Yang, Hsiang-Chi Kung, Chun-Eng Liu, Yu-Jen Cheng, Yen-Hsu Chen, Po-Liang Lu, Wu Sun, LihShinn Wang, Kwok-Woon Yu, Ping-Cherng Chiang, Ming-Hsun Lee, Chun-Ming Lee, GwoJong Hsu, and Po-Ren Hsueh Abstract Full Text PDF Trends in the Susceptibility of Clinically Important Resistant Bacteria to Tigecycline: Results from the Tigecycline In Vitro Surveillance in Taiwan Study, 2006 to 2010 Yen-Hsu Chen, Po-Liang Lu, Cheng-Hua Huang, Chun-Hsing Liao, Chin-Te Lu, Yin-Ching Chuang, Shih-Ming Tsao, Yao-Shen Chen, Yung-Ching Liu, Wei-Yu Chen, Tsrang-Neng Jang, Hsiu-Chen Lin, Chih-Ming Chen, Zhi-Yuan Shi, Sung-Ching Pan, Jia-Ling Yang, Hsiang-Chi Kung, Chun-Eng Liu, Yu-Jen Cheng, Jien-Wei Liu, Wu Sun, Lih-Shinn Wang, Wen-Chien Ko, Kwok-Woon Yu, Ping-Cherng Chiang, Ming-Hsun Lee, Chun-Ming Lee, GwoJong Hsu, and Po-Ren Hsueh Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Novel Potent Metallocenes against Liver Stage Malaria Joana Matos, Filipa P. da Cruz, Élia Cabrita, Jiri Gut, Fátima Nogueira, Virgílio E. do Rosário, Rui Moreira, Philip J. Rosenthal, Miguel Prudêncio, and Paula Gomes Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Antistaphylococcal Activity of TD-1792, a Multivalent Glycopeptide-Cephalosporin Antibiotic Johanne Blais, Stacey R. Lewis, Kevin M. Krause, and Bret M. Benton Abstract Full Text PDF Figures In Vitro Antibacterial Activity of the Ceftazidime-Avibactam (NXL104) Combination against Pseudomonas aeruginosa Clinical Isolates Premavathy Levasseur, Anne-Marie Girard, Monique Claudon, Herman Goossens, Michael T. Black, Kenneth Coleman, and Christine Miossec Abstract Full Text PDF Figures In Vitro Activities of CB-183,315, Vancomycin, and Metronidazole against 556 Strains of Clostridium difficile, 445 Other Intestinal Anaerobes, and 56 Enterobacteriaceae Species Diane M. Citron, Kerin L. Tyrrell, C. Vreni Merriam, and Ellie J. C. Goldstein Aquaculture Journals

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Abstract Full Text PDF In Vitro Evaluation of Novel Compounds against Selected Resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa Isolates Seth T. Housman, Christina Sutherland, and David P. Nicolau Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Biologic Response Modifiers The Monoamine Oxidase A Inhibitor Clorgyline Is a Broad-Spectrum Inhibitor of Fungal ABC and MFS Transporter Efflux Pump Activities Which Reverses the Azole Resistance of Candida albicans and Candida glabrata Clinical Isolates Ann R. Holmes, Mikhail V. Keniya, Irena Ivnitski-Steele, Brian C. Monk, Erwin Lamping, Larry A. Sklar, and Richard D. Cannon Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Analytical Procedures New Statistical Technique for Analyzing MIC-Based Susceptibility Data Jan van de Kassteele, Marga G. van Santen-Verheuvel, Femke D. H. Koedijk, Alje P. van Dam, Marianne A. B. van der Sande, and Albert J. de Neeling Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Antiviral Agents Pharmacodynamic Analysis of a Serine Protease Inhibitor, MK-4519, against Hepatitis C Virus Using a Novel In Vitro Pharmacodynamic System Ashley N. Brown, James J. McSharry, Jonathan R. Adams, Robert Kulawy, Richard J. O. Barnard, W. Newhard, A. Corbin, Daria J. Hazuda, Arnold Louie, and George L. Drusano Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Correlation of the Virological Response to Short-Term Maraviroc Monotherapy with Standard and Deep-Sequencing-Based Genotypic Tropism Prediction Methods A. Gonzalez-Serna, R. A. McGovern, P. R. Harrigan, F. Vidal, A. F. Y. Poon, S. FerrandoMartinez, M. A. Abad, M. Genebat, M. Leal, and E. Ruiz-Mateos Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Impact of Mutations at Residue I223 of the Neuraminidase Protein on the Resistance Profile, Replication Level, and Virulence of the 2009 Pandemic Influenza Virus Andrés Pizzorno, Yacine Abed, Xavier Bouhy, Édith Beaulieu, Corey Mallett, Rupert Russell, and Guy Boivin Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Safe and Sustained Vaginal Delivery of Pyrimidinedione HIV-1 Inhibitors from Polyurethane Intravaginal Rings Todd J. Johnson, Priya Srinivasan, Theodore H. Albright, Karen Watson-Buckheit, Lorna Rabe, Amy Martin, Chou-Pong Pau, R. Michael Hendry, Ron Otten, Janet McNicholl, Robert Buckheit Jr., James Smith, and Patrick F. Kiser Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Identification of Novel N-(Morpholine-4-Carbonyloxy) Amidine Compounds as Potent Inhibitors against Hepatitis C Virus Replication Akiko Kusano-Kitazume, Naoya Sakamoto, Yukiko Okuno, Yuko Sekine-Osajima, Mina Nakagawa, Sei Kakinuma, Kei Kiyohashi, Sayuri Nitta, Miyako Murakawa, Seishin Azuma, Yuki Nishimura-Sakurai, Masatoshi Hagiwara, and Mamoru Watanabe Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material

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Characterization of Resistance to the Nonnucleoside NS5B Inhibitor Filibuvir in Hepatitis C Virus-Infected Patients Philip J. F. Troke, Marilyn Lewis, Paul Simpson, Katrina Gore, Jennifer Hammond, Charles Craig, and Mike Westby Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Hepatitis C Virus RNA Elimination and Development of Resistance in Replicon Cells Treated with BMS-790052 Chunfu Wang, Haichang Huang, Lourdes Valera, Jin-Hua Sun, Donald R. O'Boyle II, Peter T. Nower, Lingling Jia, Dike Qiu, Xin Huang, Aneela Altaf, Min Gao, and Robert A. Fridell Abstract Full Text PDF Figures In Vitro Characterization of the Activity of PF-05095808, a Novel Biological Agent for Hepatitis C Virus Therapy Helen Lavender, Kevin Brady, Frances Burden, Oona Delpuech-Adams, Hubert Denise, Amy Palmer, Hannah Perkins, Boris Savic, Sarah Scott, Caroline Smith-Burchnell, Phil Troke, J. Fraser Wright, David Suhy, and Romu Corbau Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Ocular Distribution, Spectrum of Activity, and In Vivo Viral Neutralization of a Fully Humanized Anti-Herpes Simplex Virus IgG Fab Fragment following Topical Application Marianne Berdugo, Inna V. Larsen, Claire Abadie, Catherine Deloche, Laura Kowalczuk, Elodie Touchard, Richard Dubielzig, Curtis R. Brandt, Francine Behar-Cohen, and Jean-Marc Combette Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material ENT1, a Ribavirin Transporter, Plays a Pivotal Role in Antiviral Efficacy of Ribavirin in a Hepatitis C Virus Replication Cell System Minami Iikura, Tomomi Furihata, Misa Mizuguchi, Miki Nagai, Masanori Ikeda, Nobuyuki Kato, Akihito Tsubota, and Kan Chiba Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material In Vitro Activity of BMS-790052 on Hepatitis C Virus Genotype 4 NS5A Chunfu Wang, Lingling Jia, Haichang Huang, Dike Qiu, Lourdes Valera, Xin Huang, Jin-Hua Sun, Peter T. Nower, Donald R. O'Boyle II, Min Gao, and Robert A. Fridell Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Oseltamivir Inhibits H7 Influenza Virus Replication in Mice Inoculated by the Ocular Route Jessica A. Belser, Katrina Sleeman, Melissa B. Pearce, Jacqueline M. Katz, Larisa V. Gubareva, and Terrence M. Tumpey Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Mechanism of Interaction of Human Mitochondrial DNA Polymerase γ with the Novel Nucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitor 4′-Ethynyl-2-Fluoro-2′-Deoxyadenosine Indicates a Low Potential for Host Toxicity Christal D. Sohl, Kamlendra Singh, Rajesh Kasiviswanathan, William C. Copeland, Hiroaki Mitsuya, Stefan G. Sarafianos, and Karen S. Anderson Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Epidemiology and Surveillance Prospective Multicenter Study of the Impact of Carbapenem Resistance on Mortality in Pseudomonas aeruginosa Bloodstream Infections Carmen Peña, Cristina Suarez, Mónica Gozalo, Javier Murillas, Benito Almirante, Virginia Pomar, Manuela Aguilar, Ana Granados, Esther Calbo, Jesús Rodríguez-Baño, Fernando Rodríguez, Fe Tubau, Luis Martínez-Martínez, Antonio Oliver, and for the Spanish Network for Research in Infectious Diseases (REIPI) Abstract Aquaculture Journals

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Full Text PDF Figures First National Survey of Antibiotic Susceptibility of the Bacteroides fragilis Group: Emerging Resistance to Carbapenems in Argentina Liliana Fernández-Canigia, Mirta Litterio, María C. Legaria, Liliana Castello, Silvia C. Predari, Ana Di Martino, Adelaida Rossetti, Raquel Rollet, Graciela Carloni, Hebe Bianchini, Daniela Cejas, Marcela Radice, Gabriel Gutkind, and the Anaerobe Surveillance Team Abstract Full Text PDF Characterization of Nasal and Blood Culture Isolates of Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus from Patients in United States Hospitals Fred C. Tenover, Isabella A. Tickler, Richard V. Goering, Barry N. Kreiswirth, José R. Mediavilla, David H. Persing, and for the MRSA Consortium Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Determinants of Quinolone versus Trimethoprim-Sulfamethoxazole Use for Outpatient Urinary Tract Infection Anna K. Stuck, Martin G. Täuber, Maria Schabel, Thomas Lehmann, Herbert Suter, and Kathrin Mühlemann Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Changing Trends in Antimicrobial Resistance and Serotypes of Streptococcus pneumoniae Isolates in Asian Countries: an Asian Network for Surveillance of Resistant Pathogens (ANSORP) Study So Hyun Kim, Jae-Hoon Song, Doo Ryeon Chung, Visanu Thamlikitkul, Yonghong Yang, Hui Wang, Min Lu, Thomas Man-kit So, Po-Ren Hsueh, Rohani M. Yasin, Celia C. Carlos, Hung Van Pham, M. K. Lalitha, Nobuyuki Shimono, Jennifer Perera, Atef M. Shibl, Jin Yang Baek, Cheol-In Kang, Kwan Soo Ko, and Kyong Ran Peck Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Distribution of the Multidrug Resistance Gene cfr in Staphylococcus Species Isolates from Swine Farms in China Yang Wang, Wanjiang Zhang, Juan Wang, Congming Wu, Zhangqi Shen, Xiao Fu, Yang Yan, Qijing Zhang, Stefan Schwarz, and Jianzhong Shen Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Clonally Related Neisseria gonorrhoeae Isolates with Decreased Susceptibility to the Extended-Spectrum Cephalosporin Cefotaxime in Amsterdam, the Netherlands Raymond Heymans, Sylvia M. Bruisten, Daniel Golparian, Magnus Unemo, Henry J. C. de Vries, and Alje P. van Dam Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Trimethoprim-Sulfamethoxazole Prophylaxis and Antibiotic Nonsusceptibility in Invasive Pneumococcal Disease Heidi M. Soeters, Anne von Gottberg, Cheryl Cohen, Vanessa Quan, and Keith P. Klugman Abstract Full Text PDF Supplemental material Antimicrobial Activity of the Investigational Pleuromutilin Compound BC-3781 Tested against Gram-Positive Organisms Commonly Associated with Acute Bacterial Skin and Skin Structure Infections Helio S. Sader, Douglas J. Biedenbach, Susanne Paukner, Zrinka Ivezic-Schoenfeld, and Ronald N. Jones Abstract Full Text PDF Oritavancin Activity against Vancomycin-Susceptible and Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococci with Molecularly Characterized Glycopeptide Resistance Genes Recovered from Bacteremic Patients, 2009-2010 Rodrigo E. Mendes, Leah N. Woosley, David J. Farrell, Helio S. Sader, and Ronald N. Jones Abstract Full Text PDF Aquaculture Journals

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Decrease of Antibiotic Consumption in Children with Upper Respiratory Tract Infections after Implementation of an Intervention Program in Cyprus V. Papaevangelou, A. Rousounides, A. Hadjipanagis, A. Katsioulis, M. Theodoridou, and C. Hadjichristodoulou Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Experimental Therapeutics Antibacterial Activity of Sphingoid Bases and Fatty Acids against Gram-Positive and Gram-Negative Bacteria Carol L. Fischer, David R. Drake, Deborah V. Dawson, Derek R. Blanchette, Kim A. Brogden, and Philip W. Wertz Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Comparative Effects of Micafungin, Caspofungin, and Anidulafungin against a DifficultTo-Treat Fungal Opportunistic Pathogen, Candida glabrata Elisabetta Spreghini, Fiorenza Orlando, Maurizio Sanguinetti, Brunella Posteraro, Daniele Giannini, Esther Manso, and Francesco Barchiesi Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Comparative Pharmacodynamics and Antimutant Potentials of Doripenem and Imipenem with Ciprofloxacin-Resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa in an In Vitro Model Alexander A. Firsov, Deborah Gilbert, Kenneth Greer, Yury A. Portnoy, and Stephen H. Zinner Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Impact of Spores on the Comparative Efficacies of Five Antibiotics for Treatment of Bacillus anthracis in an In Vitro Hollow Fiber Pharmacodynamic Model Arnold Louie, Brian D. VanScoy, David L. Brown, Robert W. Kulawy, Henry S. Heine, and George L. Drusano Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Pyrrolamide DNA Gyrase Inhibitors: Fragment-Based Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Screening To Identify Antibacterial Agents Ann E. Eakin, Oluyinka Green, Neil Hales, Grant K. Walkup, Shanta Bist, Alok Singh, George Mullen, Joanna Bryant, Kevin Embrey, Ning Gao, Alex Breeze, Dave Timms, Beth Andrews, Maria Uria-Nickelsen, Julie Demeritt, James T. Loch III, Ken Hull, April Blodgett, Ruth N. Illingworth, Bryan Prince, P. Ann Boriack-Sjodin, Sheila Hauck, Lawrence J. MacPherson, Haihong Ni, and Brian Sherer Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material A Novel Carbon Monoxide-Releasing Molecule Fully Protects Mice from Severe Malaria Ana C. Pena, Nuno Penacho, Liliana Mancio-Silva, Rita Neres, João D. Seixas, Afonso C. Fernandes, Carlos C. Romão, Maria M. Mota, Gonçalo J. L. Bernardes, and Ana Pamplona Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Cefoxitin as an Alternative to Carbapenems in a Murine Model of Urinary Tract Infection Due to Escherichia coli Harboring CTX-M-15-Type Extended-Spectrum βLactamase Raphaël Lepeule, Etienne Ruppé, Patrick Le, Laurent Massias, Françoise Chau, Amandine Nucci, Agnès Lefort, and Bruno Fantin Abstract Full Text PDF Synergistic Activity of Ceftobiprole and Vancomycin in a Rat Model of Infective Endocarditis Caused by Methicillin-Resistant and Glycopeptide-Intermediate Staphylococcus aureus Jeffrey Fernandez, Darren Abbanat, Wenchi Shang, Wenping He, Karen Amsler, James Hastings, Anne Marie Queenan, John L. Melton, Alfred M. Barron, Robert K. Flamm, and A. Simon Lynch Aquaculture Journals

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Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Identification, Characterization, and Recombinant Expression of Epidermicin NI01, a Novel Unmodified Bacteriocin Produced by Staphylococcus epidermidis That Displays Potent Activity against Staphylococci Stephanie Sandiford and Mathew Upton Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Lactoferrin Inhibits Porphyromonas gingivalis Proteinases and Has Sustained Biofilm Inhibitory Activity Stuart G. Dashper, Yu Pan, Paul D. Veith, Yu-Yen Chen, Elena C. Y. Toh, Sze Wei Liu, Keith J. Cross, and Eric C. Reynolds Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Pharmacodynamics of TD-1792, a Novel Glycopeptide-Cephalosporin Heterodimer Antibiotic Used against Gram-Positive Bacteria, in a Neutropenic Murine Thigh Model Sharath S. Hegde, Olanrewaju O. Okusanya, Robert Skinner, Jeng-Pyng Shaw, Glenmar Obedencio, Paul G. Ambrose, Johanne Blais, and Sujata M. Bhavnani Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Activity of Pyocin S2 against Pseudomonas aeruginosa Biofilms Karen Smith, Laura Martin, Angela Rinaldi, Ranjith Rajendran, Gordon Ramage, and Daniel Walker Abstract Full Text PDF Figures A Novel Agent Effective against Clostridium difficile Infection Sofya Dvoskin, Wei-Chu Xu, Neal C. Brown, Ivan B. Yanachkov, Milka Yanachkova, and George E. Wright Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Clinical Therapeutics High Prevalence of Isolates with Reduced Glycopeptide Susceptibility in Persistent or Recurrent Bloodstream Infections Due to Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus Ilker Uçkay, Louis Bernard, Marta Buzzi, Stephan Harbarth, Patrice François, Elzbieta Huggler, Tristan Ferry, Jacques Schrenzel, Adriana Renzoni, Pierre Vaudaux, and Daniel P. Lew Abstract Full Text PDF Supplemental material Efficacy and Tolerability of Antibiotic Combinations in Neurobrucellosis: Results of the Istanbul Study Hakan Erdem, Ayşegül Ulu-Kilic, Selim Kilic, Mustafa Karahocagil, Ghaydaa Shehata, Necla Eren-Tulek, Funda Yetkin, Mustafa Kemal Celen, Nurgul Ceran, Hanefi Cem Gul, Gurkan Mert, Suda Tekin-Koruk, Murat Dizbay, Ayse Seza Inal, Saygın Nayman-Alpat, Mile Bosilkovski, Dilara Inan, Nese Saltoglu, Laila Abdel-Baky, Maria Teresa Adeva-Bartolome, Bahadır Ceylan, Suzan Sacar, Vedat Turhan, Emel Yılmaz, Nazif Elaldi, Zeliha Kocak-Tufan, Kenan Uğurlu, Başak Dokuzoğuz, Hava Yılmaz, Sibel Gundes, Rahmet Guner, Nail Ozgunes, Asim Ulcay, Serhat Unal, Saim Dayan, Levent Gorenek, Ahmet Karakas, Yesim Tasova, Gaye Usluer, Yasar Bayindir, Behice Kurtaran, Oguz Resat Sipahi, and Hakan Leblebicioglu Abstract Full Text PDF Efficacy of Sitafloxacin-Based Rescue Therapy for Helicobacter pylori after Failures of First- and Second-Line Therapies Juntaro Matsuzaki, Hidekazu Suzuki, Toshihiro Nishizawa, Kenro Hirata, Hitoshi Tsugawa, Yoshimasa Saito, Sawako Okada, Seiichiro Fukuhara, and Toshifumi Hibi Abstract Full Text PDF Figures

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Pharmacology Pharmacokinetics of Lamivudine and Lamivudine-Triphosphate after Administration of 300 Milligrams and 150 Milligrams Once Daily to Healthy Volunteers: Results of the ENCORE 2 Study Laura J. Else, Akil Jackson, Rebekah Puls, Andrew Hill, Paul Fahey, Enmoore Lin, Alieu Amara, Marco Siccardi, Victoria Watson, John Tjia, Sean Emery, Saye Khoo, David J. Back, and Marta Boffito Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics of TMC207 and Its N-Desmethyl Metabolite in a Murine Model of Tuberculosis Marie-Claude Rouan, Nacer Lounis, Tom Gevers, Lieve Dillen, Ron Gilissen, Araz Raoof, and Koen Andries Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Frequentist and Bayesian Pharmacometric-Based Approaches To Facilitate Critically Needed New Antibiotic Development: Overcoming Lies, Damn Lies, and Statistics Paul G. Ambrose, Jeffrey P. Hammel, Sujata M. Bhavnani, Christopher M. Rubino, Evelyn J. Ellis-Grosse, and George L. Drusano Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Contrasting Effects of Physical Wear on Elution of Two Antibiotics from Orthopedic Cement S. Dodds, T. J. Smith, R. Akid, J. Stephenson, T. Nichol, R. D. Banerjee, I. Stockley, and R. Townsend Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Ethambutol Pharmacokinetic Variability Is Linked to Body Mass in Overweight, Obese, and Extremely Obese People Ronald G. Hall II, Mark A. Swancutt, Claudia Meek, Richard D. Leff, and Tawanda Gumbo Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Trial of Monthly versus Bimonthly Dihydroartemisinin-Piperaquine Chemoprevention in Adults at High Risk of Malaria Khin Maung Lwin, Aung Pyae Phyo, Joel Tarning, Warunee Hanpithakpong, Elizabeth A. Ashley, Sue J. Lee, Phaikyeong Cheah, Pratap Singhasivanon, Nicholas J. White, Niklas Lindegårdh, and François Nosten Abstract Full Text PDF Figures OPEN ACCESS Effect of Food on the Pharmacokinetics of the Integrase Inhibitor Dolutegravir Ivy Song, Julie Borland, Shuguang Chen, Parul Patel, Toshihiro Wajima, Amanda Peppercorn, and Stephen C. Piscitelli Abstract Full Text PDF Figures OPEN ACCESS Presence of Lamivudine or Emtricitabine Is Associated with Reduced Emergence of Nonnucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitor Mutations in an Efavirenz-Based Intermittent Antiretroviral Treatment Regimen Stéphanie Trancart, Isabelle Charreau, Bruno Marchou, Muriel Bocquentin, Jean-Michel Molina, Jacques Izopet, Philippe Tangre, Jean-Pierre Aboulker, Anne-Marie Taburet, and the ANRS 106 Study Group Abstract Full Text PDF Letters to the Editor Environmental KPC-Producing Escherichia coli Isolates in Portugal Laurent Poirel, Ana Barbosa-Vasconcelos, Roméo Rocha Simões, Paulo Martins Da Costa, Winchygn Liu, and Patrice Nordmann Aquaculture Journals

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Full Text PDF First Identification of blaIMI-1 in an Enterobacter cloacae Clinical Isolate from France Thierry Naas, Christian Cattoen, Stéphanie Bernusset, Gaelle Cuzon, and Patrice Nordmann Full Text PDF Pharmacokinetic Mismatch of Tuberculosis Drugs Charles A. Peloquin Full Text PDF Reply to “Pharmacokinetic Mismatch of Tuberculosis Drugs” Shashikant Srivastava and Tawanda Gumbo Full Text PDF Expansion of Clonal Complex 258 KPC-2-Producing Klebsiella pneumoniae in Latin American Hospitals: Report of the SENTRY Antimicrobial Surveillance Program Mariana Castanheira, Andrew J. Costello, Lalitagauri M. Deshpande, and Ronald N. Jones Full Text PDF Reply to “Expansion of Clonal Complex 258 KPC-2-Producing Klebsiella pneumoniae in Latin American Hospitals: Report of the SENTRY Antimicrobial Surveillance Program” Teresa M. Coque, Leonardo Neves Andrade, Ana Lucia da Costa Darini, Tania Curiao, Fernando Baquero, and Rafael Cantón Full Text PDF Erratum Aerosolized Gentamicin Reduces the Burden of Tuberculosis in a Murine Model Chad J. Roy, Satheesh K. Sivasubramani, Noton K. Dutta, Smriti Mehra, Nadia A. Golden, Stephanie Killeen, James D. Talton, Badre E. Hammoud, Peter J. Didier, and Deepak Kaushal Antimicrob. Agents Chemother. March 2012 56:1672; doi:10.1128/AAC.00190-12 Full Text PDF Previous – Top – Next

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Research articles Mechanisms of Action: Physiological Effects Mechanisms of Action of Escapin, a Bactericidal Agent in the Ink Secretion of the Sea Hare Aplysia californica: Rapid and Long-Lasting DNA Condensation and Involvement of the OxyR-Regulated Oxidative Stress Pathway Ko-Chun Ko, Phang C. Tai, and Charles D. Derby Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Virulence-Suppressing Effects of Linezolid on Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus: Possible Contribution to Early Defervescence Sadako Yoshizawa, Kazuhiro Tateda, Tomoo Saga, Yoshikazu Ishii, and Keizo Yamaguchi Abstract Full Text PDF Figures SQ109 Targets MmpL3, a Membrane Transporter of Trehalose Monomycolate Involved in Mycolic Acid Donation to the Cell Wall Core of Mycobacterium tuberculosis Kapil Tahlan, Regina Wilson, David B. Kastrinsky, Kriti Arora, Vinod Nair, Elizabeth Fischer, S. Whitney Barnes, John R. Walker, David Alland, Clifton E. Barry III, and Helena I. Boshoff Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Aquaculture Journals

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An Antibiotic That Inhibits a Late Step in Wall Teichoic Acid Biosynthesis Induces the Cell Wall Stress Stimulon in Staphylococcus aureus Jennifer Campbell, Atul K. Singh, Jonathan G. Swoboda, Michael S. Gilmore, Brian J. Wilkinson, and Suzanne Walker Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material A Genomewide Screen in Schizosaccharomyces pombe for Genes Affecting the Sensitivity of Antifungal Drugs That Target Ergosterol Biosynthesis Yue Fang, Lingling Hu,Xin Zhou, Wurentuya Jaiseng, Ben Zhang, Tomonori Takami, and Takayoshi Kuno Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Myxobacterium-Produced Antibiotic TA (Myxovirescin) Inhibits Type II Signal Peptidase Yao Xiao, Klaus Gerth, Rolf Müller, and Daniel Wall Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Nonthermal Atmospheric Plasma Rapidly Disinfects Multidrug-Resistant Microbes by Inducing Cell Surface Damage Erik Kvam, Brian Davis, Frank Mondello, and Allen L. Garner Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Mechanisms of Resistance Complete Sequence of a Novel 178-Kilobase Plasmid Carrying blaNDM-1 in a Providencia stuartii Strain Isolated in Afghanistan Patrick Mc Gann, Jun Hang, Robert J. Clifford, Yu Yang, Yoon I. Kwak, Robert A. Kuschner, Emil P. Lesho, and Paige E. Waterman Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Temporal Interplay between Efflux Pumps and Target Mutations in Development of Antibiotic Resistance in Escherichia coli Renu Singh, Michelle C. Swick, Kimberly R. Ledesma, Zhen Yang, Ming Hu, Lynn Zechiedrich, and Vincent H. Tam Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Carbapenem Resistance in Elizabethkingia meningoseptica Is Mediated by Metallo-βLactamase Bla B Lisandro J. González andAlejandro J. Vila Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Association of the Emerging Carbapenemase NDM-1 with a Bleomycin Resistance Protein in Enterobacteriaceae and Acinetobacter baumannii Laurent Dortet, Patrice Nordmann, and Laurent Poirel Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Novel Plasmid and Its Variant Harboring both a blaNDM-1 Gene and Type IV Secretion System in Clinical Isolates of Acinetobacter lwoffii Hongyan Hu, Yongfei Hu, Yuanlong Pan, Hui Liang, Haiyan Wang, Xiumei Wang, Qinfang Hao, Xiaoli Yang, Xi Yang, Xue Xiao, Chunguang Luan, Yi Yang, Yujun Cui, Ruifu Yang, George F. Gao, Yajun Song, and Baoli Zhu Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Alterations of OprD in Carbapenem-Intermediate and -Susceptible Strains of Pseudomonas aeruginosa Isolated from Patients with Bacteremia in a Spanish Multicenter Study Alain A. Ocampo-Sosa, Gabriel Cabot, Cristina Rodríguez, Elena Roman, Fe Tubau, María D. Macia, Bartolomé Moya, Laura Zamorano, Cristina Suárez, Carmen Peña, María A. Domínguez, Gabriel Moncalián, Antonio Oliver, Luis Martínez-Martínez, and the Spanish Network for Research in Infectious Diseases (REIPI) Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Aquaculture Journals

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Deciphering the Magainin Resistance Process of Escherichia coli Strains in Light of the Cytosolic Proteome Simone Maria-Neto, Elizabete de Souza Cândido, Diana Ribas Rodrigues, Daniel Amaro de Sousa, Ezequiel Marcelino da Silva, Lidia Maria Pepe de Moraes, Anselmo de Jesus OteroGonzalez, Beatriz Simas Magalhães, Simoni Campos Dias, and Octávio Luiz Franco Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material In Vivo Impact of Met221 Substitution in GOB Metallo-β-Lactamase Jorgelina Morán-Barrio, María-Natalia Lisa, and Alejandro J. Vila Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material A Novel Membrane Protein, VanJ, Conferring Resistance to Teicoplanin Gabriela Novotna, Chris Hill, Karen Vincent, Chang Liu, and Hee-Jeon Hong Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Small Plasmids Harboring qnrB19: a Model for Plasmid Evolution Mediated by SiteSpecific Recombination at oriT and Xer Sites Tung Tran, Patricia Andres, Alejandro Petroni, Alfonso Soler-Bistué, Ezequiel Albornoz, Angeles Zorreguieta, Rodrigo Reyes-Lamothe, David J. Sherratt, Alejandra Corso, and Marcelo E. Tolmasky Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Deletion of TnAbaR23 Results in both Expected and Unexpected Antibiogram Changes in a Multidrug-Resistant Acinetobacter baumannii Strain Mandira Kochar, Marialuisa Crosatti, Ewan M. Harrison, Barbara Rieck, Jacqueline Chan, Chrystala Constantinidou, Mark Pallen, Hong-Yu Ou, and Kumar Rajakumar Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Expression of OXA-Type and SFO-1 β-Lactamases Induces Changes in Peptidoglycan Composition and Affects Bacterial Fitness Ana Fernández, Astrid Pérez, Juan A. Ayala, Susana Mallo, Soraya Rumbo-Feal, Maria Tomás, Margarita Poza, and Germán Bou Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Small-Angle X-Ray Scattering Analysis of the Bifunctional Antibiotic Resistance Enzyme Aminoglycoside (6′) Acetyltransferase-Ie/Aminoglycoside (2″) Phosphotransferase-Ia Reveals a Rigid Solution Structure Shane J. Caldwell and Albert M. Berghuis Abstract Full Text PDF Figures MupB, a New High-Level Mupirocin Resistance Mechanism in Staphylococcus aureus Christine Seah, David C. Alexander, Lisa Louie, Andrew Simor, Donald E. Low, Jean Longtin, and Roberto G. Melano Abstract Full Text PDF Figures NagZ-Dependent and NagZ-Independent Mechanisms for β-Lactamase Expression in Stenotrophomonas maltophilia Yi-Wei Huang, Rouh-Mei Hu, Cheng-Wen Lin, Tung-Ching Chung, and Tsuey-Ching Yang Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Azole Resistance by Loss of Function of the Sterol Δ5,6-Desaturase Gene (ERG3) in Candida albicans Does Not Necessarily Decrease Virulence L. A. Vale-Silva, A. T. Coste, F. Ischer, J. E. Parker, S. L. Kelly, E. Pinto, and D. Sanglard Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Novel Variants of AbaR Resistance Islands with a Common Backbone in Acinetobacter baumannii Isolates of European Clone II Vaida Šeputienė, Justas Povilonis, and Edita Sužiedėlienė Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Aquaculture Journals

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Extending the Definition of the GyrB Quinolone Resistance-Determining Region in Mycobacterium tuberculosis DNA Gyrase for Assessing Fluoroquinolone Resistance in M. tuberculosis Alix Pantel, Stéphanie Petrella, Nicolas Veziris, Florence Brossier, Sylvaine Bastian, Vincent Jarlier, Claudine Mayer, and Alexandra Aubry Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Mutation Analysis of Mycobacterial rpoB Genes and Rifampin Resistance Using Recombinant Mycobacterium smegmatis Noboru Nakata, Masanori Kai, and Masahiko Makino Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Mutations in the β Subunit of RNA Polymerase Alter Intrinsic Cephalosporin Resistance in Enterococci Christopher J. Kristich and Jaime L. Little Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Functional and Genetic Characterization of the Tap Efflux Pump in Mycobacterium bovis BCG Santiago Ramón-García, Virginie Mick, Elisa Dainese, Carlos Martín, Charles J. Thompson, Edda De Rossi, Riccardo Manganelli, and José A. Aínsa Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Involvement of the AcrAB-TolC Efflux Pump in the Resistance, Fitness, and Virulence of Enterobacter cloacae Astrid Pérez, Margarita Poza, Ana Fernández, Maria del Carmen Fernández, Susana Mallo, María Merino, Soraya Rumbo-Feal, María P. Cabral, and Germán Bou Abstract Full Text PDF Figures S279 Point Mutations in Candida albicans Sterol 14-α Demethylase (CYP51) Reduce In Vitro Inhibition by Fluconazole Andrew G. S. Warrilow, Jonathan G. L. Mullins, Claire M. Hull, Josie E. Parker, David C. Lamb, Diane E. Kelly, and Steven L. Kelly Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Hypoxia Increases Antibiotic Resistance in Pseudomonas aeruginosa through Altering the Composition of Multidrug Efflux Pumps Bettina Schaible, Cormac T. Taylor, and Kirsten Schaffer Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Two Novel Class I Integron Arrays Containing IMP-18 Metallo-β-Lactamase Gene in Pseudomonas aeruginosa Clinical Isolates from Puerto Rico T. Martínez, G. J. Vazquez, E. E. Aquino, R. V. Goering, and I. E. Robledo Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Emergence of OXA-48-Type Carbapenemase-Producing Enterobacteriaceae in German Hospitals Yvonne Pfeifer, Kathrin Schlatterer, Elisabeth Engelmann, Reinhold A. Schiller, Hans Reiner Frangenberg, Doris Stiewe, Martin Holfelder, Wolfgang Witte, Patrice Nordmann, and Laurent Poirel Abstract Full Text PDF Figures First Human Isolate of Salmonella enterica Serotype Enteritidis Harboring blaCTX-M-14 in South America Inés Bado, Virginia García-Fulgueiras, Nicolás F. Cordeiro, Laura Betancor, Leticia Caiata, Verónica Seija, Luciana Robino, Gabriela Algorta, José A. Chabalgoity, Juan A. Ayala, Gabriel O. Gutkind, and Rafael Vignoli Abstract Full Text PDF

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Dissemination of the Fosfomycin Resistance Gene fosA3 with CTX-M β-Lactamase Genes and rmtB Carried on IncFII Plasmids among Escherichia coli Isolates from Pets in China Jianxia Hou, Xianhui Huang, Yuting Deng, Liangying He, Tong Yang, Zhenling Zeng, Zhangliu Chen, and Jian-Hua Liu Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Transferable Multidrug Resistance Plasmid Carrying cfr Associated with tet(L), ant(4′)Ia, and dfrK Genes from a Clinical Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus ST125 Strain Enrique Ruiz de Gopegui, Carlos Juan, Laura Zamorano, José L. Pérez, and Antonio Oliver Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Klebsiella pneumoniae ST258 Producing KPC-3 Identified in Italy Carries Novel Plasmids and OmpK36/OmpK35 Porin Variants Aurora García-Fernández, Laura Villa, Claudio Carta, Carolina Venditti, Alessandra Giordano, Mario Venditti, Carlo Mancini, and Alessandra Carattoli Abstract Full Text PDF Figures pJIE137 Carrying blaCTX-M-62 Is Closely Related to p271A Carrying blaNDM-1 Sally R. Partridge, Ian T. Paulsen, and Jonathan R. Iredell Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Diverse Mobilized Class 1 Integrons Are Common in the Chromosomes of Pathogenic Pseudomonas aeruginosa Clinical Isolates Elena Martinez, Carolina Marquez, Ana Ingold, John Merlino, Steven P. Djordjevic, H. W. Stokes, and Piklu Roy Chowdhury Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material NDM-4 Metallo-β-Lactamase with Increased Carbapenemase Activity from Escherichia coli Patrice Nordmann, Anne E. Boulanger, and Laurent Poirel Abstract Full Text PDF IMP-29, a Novel IMP-Type Metallo-β-Lactamase in Pseudomonas aeruginosa Katy Jeannot, Laurent Poirel, Marjorie Robert-Nicoud, Pascal Cholley, Patrice Nordmann, and Patrick Plésiat Abstract Full Text PDF Figures First Description of KPC-2-Producing Pseudomonas putida in Brazil Anna C. S. Almeida, Marinalda A. Vilela, Felipe L. S. Cavalcanti, Willames M. B. S. Martins, Marcos A. Morais Jr., and Marcia M. C. Morais Full Text PDF Susceptibility Antigen 85C Inhibition Restricts Mycobacterium tuberculosis Growth through Disruption of Cord Factor Biosynthesis Thulasi Warrier, Marielle Tropis, Jim Werngren, Anne Diehl, Martin Gengenbacher, Brigitte Schlegel, Markus Schade, Hartmut Oschkinat, Mamadou Daffe, Sven Hoffner, Ali Nasser Eddine, and Stefan H. E. Kaufmann Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material OPEN ACCESS The Natural Antimicrobial Peptide Subtilosin Acts Synergistically with Glycerol Monolaurate, Lauric Arginate, and ε-Poly-L-Lysine against Bacterial VaginosisAssociated Pathogens but Not Human Lactobacilli Katia Sutyak Noll, Mark N. Prichard, Arkady Khaykin, Patrick J. Sinko, and Michael L. Chikindas Abstract Full Text PDF Aquaculture Journals

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Antimicrobial and Anticoagulant Activities of N-Chlorotaurine, N,N-Dichloro-2,2Dimethyltaurine, and N-Monochloro-2,2-Dimethyltaurine in Human Blood C. Martini, A. Hammerer-Lercher, M. Zuck, A. Jekle, D. Debabov, M. Anderson, and M. Nagl Abstract Full Text PDF Figures In Vitro Activity of TD-1792, a Multivalent Glycopeptide-Cephalosporin Antibiotic, against 377 Strains of Anaerobic Bacteria and 34 Strains of Corynebacterium Species Kerin L. Tyrrell, Diane M. Citron, Yumi A. Warren, and Ellie J. C. Goldstein Abstract Full Text PDF Sesquiterpene Farnesol Contributes to Increased Susceptibility to β-Lactams in Strains of Burkholderia pseudomallei R. S. N. Brilhante, L. G. A. Valente, M. F. G. Rocha, T. J. P. G. Bandeira, R. A. Cordeiro, R. A. C. Lima, J. J. G. Leite, J. F. Ribeiro, J. F. Pereira, D. S. C. M. Castelo-Branco, A. J. Monteiro, and J. J. C. Sidrim Abstract Full Text PDF Analytical Procedures Attenuation-Based Dual-Fluorescent-Protein Reporter for Screening Translation Inhibitors Ilya A. Osterman, Irina V. Prokhorova, Vasily O. Sysoev, Yulia V. Boykova, Olga V. Efremenkova, Maxim S. Svetlov, Vyacheslav A. Kolb, Alexey A. Bogdanov, Petr V. Sergiev, and Olga A. Dontsova Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Antiviral Agents Single- and Multiple-Ascending-Dose Studies of the NS3 Protease Inhibitor Asunaprevir in Subjects with or without Chronic Hepatitis C Claudio Pasquinelli, Fiona McPhee, Timothy Eley, Criselda Villegas, Katrina Sandy, Pamela Sheridan, Anna Persson, Shu-Pang Huang, Dennis Hernandez, Amy K. Sheaffer, Paul Scola, Thomas Marbury, Eric Lawitz, Ronald Goldwater, Maribel Rodriguez-Torres, Michael DeMicco, David Wright, Michael Charlton, Walter K. Kraft, Juan-Carlos Lopez-Talavera, and Dennis M. Grasela Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Ketoamide Resistance and Hepatitis C Virus Fitness in Val55 Variants of the NS3 Serine Protease Christoph Welsch, Sabine Schweizer, Tetsuro Shimakami, Francisco S. Domingues, Seungtaek Kim, Stanley M. Lemon, and Iris Antes Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Differential Use of CCR5 by HIV-1 Clinical Isolates Resistant to Small-Molecule CCR5 Antagonists Timothy J. Henrich, Nicolas R. P. Lewine, Sun-Hee Lee, Suhas S. P. Rao, Reem Berro, Roy M. Gulick, John P. Moore, Athe M. N. Tsibris, and Daniel R. Kuritzkes Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Activity of a Novel Combined Antiretroviral Therapy of Gemcitabine and Decitabine in a Mouse Model for HIV-1 Christine L. Clouser, Colleen M. Holtz, Mary Mullett, Daune L. Crankshaw, Jacquie E. Briggs, M. Gerard O'Sullivan, Steven E. Patterson, and Louis M. Mansky Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Structural and Inhibition Studies of the RNase H Function of Xenotropic Murine Leukemia Virus-Related Virus Reverse Transcriptase Karen A. Kirby, Bruno Marchand, Yee Tsuey Ong, Tanyaradzwa P. Ndongwe, Atsuko Hachiya, Eleftherios Michailidis, Maxwell D. Leslie, Daniel V. Sietsema, Tracy L. Fetterly, Christopher A. Dorst, Kamalendra Singh, Zhengqiang Wang, Michael A. Parniak, and Stefan G. Sarafianos Aquaculture Journals

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Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Preexposure Prophylaxis with Albumin-Conjugated C34 Peptide HIV-1 Fusion Inhibitor in SCID-hu Thy/Liv Mice Cheryl A. Stoddart, Geneviève Nault, Sofiya A. Galkina, Nathalie Bousquet-Gagnon, Dominique Bridon, and Omar Quraishi Abstract Full Text PDF Figures OPEN ACCESS Epidemiology and Surveillance Clinical and Microbiologic Characteristics of Cephalosporin-Resistant Escherichia coli at Three Centers in the United States Yoon Soo Park, Jennifer M. Adams-Haduch, Kathleen A. Shutt, Daniel M. Yarabinec III, Laura E. Johnson, Ameet Hingwe, James S. Lewis II, James H. Jorgensen, and Yohei Doi Abstract Full Text PDF Case-Control Study Comparing De Novo and Daptomycin-Exposed DaptomycinNonsusceptible Enterococcus Infections Theodoros Kelesidis, Angela L. P. Chow, Romney Humphries, Daniel Z. Uslan, and David Pegues Abstract Full Text PDF Nosocomial Outbreak of Klebsiella pneumoniae Carbapenemase-Producing Klebsiella oxytoca in Austria Martin Hoenigl, Thomas Valentin, Gernot Zarfel, Benjamin Wuerstl, Eva Leitner, Helmut J. F. Salzer, Josefa Posch, Robert Krause, and Andrea J. Grisold Abstract Full Text PDF Figures In Vitro Antimicrobial Resistance of Urinary Escherichia coli Isolates among U.S. Outpatients from 2000 to 2010 Guillermo V. Sanchez, Ronald N. Master, James A. Karlowsky, and Jose M. Bordon Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Experimental Therapeutics In Vitro Potential of Equine DEFA1 and eCATH1 as Alternative Antimicrobial Drugs in Rhodococcosis Treatment Margot Schlusselhuber, Sascha Jung, Oliver Bruhn, Didier Goux, Matthias Leippe, Roland Leclercq, Claire Laugier, Joachim Grötzinger, and Julien Cauchard Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Significant Reduction of Brain Cysts Caused by Toxoplasma gondii after Treatment with Spiramycin Coadministered with Metronidazole in a Mouse Model of Chronic Toxoplasmosis Wai Kit Chew, Ignacio Segarra, Stephen Ambu, and Joon Wah Mak Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Pharmacological Inhibition of the ClpXP Protease Increases Bacterial Susceptibility to Host Cathelicidin Antimicrobial Peptides and Cell Envelope-Active Antibiotics Shauna M. McGillivray, Dan N. Tran, Nitya S. Ramadoss, John N. Alumasa, Cheryl Y. Okumura, George Sakoulas, Micah M. Vaughn, Dawn X. Zhang, Kenneth C. Keiler, and Victor Nizet Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Role of Rifampin against Propionibacterium acnes Biofilm In Vitro and in an Experimental Foreign-Body Infection Model Ulrika Furustrand Tafin, Stéphane Corvec, Bertrand Betrisey, Werner Zimmerli, and Andrej Trampuz Abstract Full Text PDF Figures

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NLRP3 Inflammasome Is a Target for Development of Broad-Spectrum Anti-Infective Drugs James D. Thacker, Brian J. Balin, Denah M. Appelt, Sihem Sassi-Gaha, Mitali Purohit, Richard F. Rest, and Carol M. Artlett Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material In Vitro and In Vivo Antimalarial Activities of T-2307, a Novel Arylamidine Akiko Kimura, Hiroshi Nishikawa, Nobuhiko Nomura, Junichi Mitsuyama, Shinya Fukumoto, Noboru Inoue, and Shin-ichiro Kawazu Abstract Full Text PDF Figures In Vitro Potency and In Vivo Efficacy of a Novel Bis-Indole Antimicrobial Compound in Reducing Catheter Colonization Mohammad D. Mansouri, Timothy J. Opperman, John D. Williams, Charles Stager, and Rabih O. Darouiche Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Clinical Therapeutics Population Pharmacokinetics of Metronidazole Evaluated Using Scavenged Samples from Preterm Infants Michael Cohen-Wolkowiez, Daniele Ouellet, P. Brian Smith, Laura P. James, Ashley Ross, Janice E. Sullivan, Michele C. Walsh, Arlene Zadell, Nancy Newman, Nicole R. White, Angela D. M. Kashuba, and Daniel K. Benjamin Jr. Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Prospective Observational Study Comparing Three Different Treatment Regimes in Patients with Clostridium difficile Infection Judith M. Wenisch, Daniela Schmid, Hung-Wei Kuo, Franz Allerberger, Verena Michl, Philip Tesik, Gerhard Tucek, Hermann Laferl, and Christoph Wenisch Abstract Full Text PDF Cethromycin versus Clarithromycin for Community-Acquired Pneumonia: Comparative Efficacy and Safety Outcomes from Two Double-Blinded, Randomized, Parallel-Group, Multicenter, Multinational Noninferiority Studies Marci L. English, Christine E. Fredericks, Nancy A. Milanesio, Nestor Rohowsky, Ze-Qi Xu, Tuah R. J. Jenta, Michael T. Flavin,and David A. Eiznhamer Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Treatment Outcome of Bacteremia Due to KPC-Producing Klebsiella pneumoniae: Superiority of Combination Antimicrobial Regimens Zubair A. Qureshi, David L. Paterson, Brian A. Potoski, Mary C. Kilayko, Gabriel Sandovsky, Emilia Sordillo, Bruce Polsky, Jennifer M. Adams-Haduch, and Yohei Doi Abstract Full Text PDF Microbiologically and Clinically Diagnosed Vertebral Osteomyelitis: Impact of Prior Antibiotic Exposure Chung-Jong Kim, Kyoung-Ho Song, Wan Beom Park, Eu Suk Kim, Sang Won Park, HongBin Kim, Myoung-don Oh, and Nam Joong Kim Abstract Full Text PDF Tolerability and Safety of Primaquine in Papua New Guinean Children 1 to 10 Years of Age Inoni Betuela, Quique Bassat, Benson Kiniboro, Leanne J. Robinson, Anna Rosanas-Urgell, Danielle Stanisic, Peter M. Siba, Pedro L. Alonso, and Ivo Mueller Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Efficacy of Ertapenem for Treatment of Bloodstream Infections Caused by ExtendedSpectrum-β-Lactamase-Producing Enterobacteriaceae Vicki L. Collins, Dror Marchaim, Jason M. Pogue, Judy Moshos, Suchitha Bheemreddy, Bharath Sunkara, Alex Shallal, Neelu Chugh, Sara Eiseler, Pragati Bhargava, Christopher Aquaculture Journals

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Blunden, Paul R. Lephart, Babar Irfan Memon, Kayoko Hayakawa, Odaliz Abreu-Lanfranco, Teena Chopra, L. Silvia Munoz-Price, Yehuda Carmeli, and Keith S. Kaye Abstract Full Text PDF Low Cefepime Concentrations during High Blood and Dialysate Flow Continuous Venovenous Hemodialysis F. Perry Wilson, Marcus A. Bachhuber, Daniel Caroff, Rebecca Adler, Douglas Fish, and Jeffrey Berns Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Pharmacology Comparison of Four Renal Function Estimation Equations for Pharmacokinetic Modeling of Gentamicin in Geriatric Patients Nicolas Charhon, Michael N. Neely, Laurent Bourguignon, Pascal Maire, Roger W. Jelliffe, and Sylvain Goutelle Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Pharmacokinetics of and Short-Term Virologic Response to Low-Dose 400-Milligram Once-Daily Raltegravir Maintenance Therapy Jintanat Ananworanich, Meena Gorowara, Anchalee Avihingsanon, Stephen J. Kerr, Nadine van Heesch, Chuleeporn Khongpetch, Anuntaya Uanithirat, Andrew Hill, Kiat Ruxrungtham, and David M. Burger Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Therapeutic Amprenavir Concentrations in Cerebrospinal Fluid David Croteau, Scott Letendre, Brookie M. Best, Steven S. Rossi, Ronald J. Ellis, David B. Clifford, Ann C. Collier, Benjamin B. Gelman, Christina M. Marra, Justin McArthur, J. Allen McCutchan, Susan Morgello, David M. Simpson, Lauren Way, Edmund Capparelli, Igor Grant, and for the CHARTER Group Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Population Pharmacokinetics of Dihydroartemisinin and Piperaquine in Pregnant and Nonpregnant Women with Uncomplicated Malaria Joel Tarning, Marcus J. Rijken, Rose McGready, Aung Pyae Phyo, Warunee Hanpithakpong, Nicholas P. J. Day, Nicholas J. White, François Nosten, and Niklas Lindegardh AbstractFull TextPDFFigures OPEN ACCESS Telavancin Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics in Patients with Complicated Skin and Skin Structure Infections and Various Degrees of Renal Function T. P. Lodise, J. M. Butterfield, S. S. Hegde, E. Samara, and S. L. Barriere Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Population Pharmacokinetics of Telavancin in Healthy Subjects and Patients with Infections Emil Samara, Jeng-Pyng Shaw, Steven L. Barriere, Shekman L. Wong, and Philip Worboys Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material A Semimechanistic Pharmacokinetic-Enzyme Turnover Model for Rifampin Autoinduction in Adult Tuberculosis Patients Wynand Smythe, Akash Khandelwal, Corinne Merle, Roxana Rustomjee, Martin Gninafon, Mame Bocar Lo, Oumou Bah Sow, Piero L. Olliaro, Christian Lienhardt, John Horton, Peter Smith, Helen McIlleron, and Ulrika S. H. Simonsson Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Optimal Meropenem Concentrations To Treat Multidrug-Resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa Septic Shock Fabio Silvio Taccone, Frédéric Cotton, Sandrine Roisin, Jean-Louis Vincent, and Frédérique Jacobs Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Aquaculture Journals

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PXR Variants and Artemisinin Use in Vietnamese Subjects: Frequency Distribution and Impact on the Interindividual Variability of CYP3A Induction by Artemisinin Rita Piedade, Elke Schaeffeler, Stefan Winter, Sara Asimus, Matthias Schwab, Michael Ashton, Oliver Burk, and José P. Gil Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Letters to the Editor KPC-2-Producing Sequence Type 11 Klebsiella pneumoniae Detected in Taiwan Tsai-Ling Lauderdale, Zhi-Yuan Shi, Chin-Fu Lin, Jui-Fen Lai, Mei-Chen Tan, Jan-Tay Wang, and Shan-Chwen Chang Full Text PDF Figures Community-Associated Escherichia coli Harboring CTX-M β-Lactamases from Urine Cultures from Pediatric Patients Krystina L. Woods, James R. Johnson, Sofia Padkowsky, Noriel Mariano, Rita Colon-Urban, Mahmoud Hassanein, Wehbeh Wehbeh, Brian D. Johnston, Connie Clabots, Saadia Zahid, and Carl Urban Full Text PDF Figures Escherichia coli from Italy Producing OXA-48 Carbapenemase Encoded by a Novel Tn1999 Transposon Derivative Tommaso Giani, Viola Conte, Vincenzo Di Pilato, Richard Aschbacher, Cordula Weber, Clara Larcher, and Gian Maria Rossolini Full Text PDF Figures NDM-1-Producing Acinetobacter baumannii from Algeria Anne Boulanger, Thierry Naas, Nicolas Fortineau, Samy Figueiredo, and Patrice Nordmann Full Text PDF VIM-1-Producing Pseudomonas mosselii Isolates in Italy, Predating Known VIMProducing Index Strains Tommaso Giani, Anna Marchese, Erika Coppo, Vesselina Kroumova, and Gian Maria Rossolini Full Text PDF Figures Identifying Patients Harboring Extended-Spectrum-β-Lactamase-Producing Enterobacteriaceae on Hospital Admission Is Not That Simple Céline Slekovec, Xavier Bertrand, Joël Leroy, Jean-Pierre Faller, Daniel Talon, and Didier Hocquet Full TextPDF Reply to “Identifying Patients Harboring Extended-Spectrum-β-Lactamase-Producing Enterobacteriaceae on Hospital Admission Is Not That Simple” Enrico Maria Trecarichi, Matteo Bassetti, Francesco Giuseppe De Rosa, Teresa Spanu, and Mario Tumbarello Full Text PDF Previous – Top – Next

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Research articles Biodegradation Plasmid Localization and Organization of Melamine Degradation Genes in Rhodococcus sp. Strain Mel Anthony G. Dodge, Lawrence P. Wackett, and Michael J. Sadowsky Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Anaerobic Degradation of 4-Methylbenzoate by a Newly Isolated Denitrifying Bacterium, Strain pMbN1 Sven Lahme, Jens Harder, and Ralf Rabus Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Biotechnology Metabolic Engineering of Clostridium acetobutylicum ATCC 824 for IsopropanolButanol-Ethanol Fermentation Joungmin Lee, Yu-Sin Jang, Sung Jun Choi, Jung Ae Im, Hyohak Song, Jung Hee Cho, Do Young Seung, E. Terry Papoutsakis, George N. Bennett, and Sang Yup Lee Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Enhanced Microbial Utilization of Recalcitrant Cellulose by an Ex Vivo CellulosomeMicrobe Complex Chun You, Xiao-Zhou Zhang, Noppadon Sathitsuksanoh, Lee R. Lynd, and Y.-H. Percival Zhang Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Novel Bacterial Isolate from Permian Groundwater, Capable of Aggregating Potential Biofuel-Producing Microalga Nannochloropsis oceanica IMET1 Hui Wang, Haywood D. Laughinghouse IV, Matthew A. Anderson, Feng Chen, Ernest Willliams, Allen R. Place, Odi Zmora, Yonathan Zohar, Tianling Zheng, and Russell T. Hill Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Engineering Escherichia coli Cells for Cellobiose Assimilation through a Phosphorolytic Mechanism Ramanan Sekar, Hyun-Dong Shin, and Rachel Chen Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Environmental Microbiology Impact of Relative Humidity and Collection Media on Mycobacteriophage D29 Aerosol Keyang Liu, Zhanbo Wen, Na Li, Wenhui Yang, Jie Wang, Lingfei Hu, Xiaokai Dong, Jianchun Lu, and Jinsong Li Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Distribution of Intact and Core Membrane Lipids of Archaeal Glycerol Dialkyl Glycerol Tetraethers among Size-Fractionated Particulate Organic Matter in Hood Canal, Puget Sound Anitra E. Ingalls, Carme Huguet, and Laura T. Truxal Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Intraspecies Biodiversity of the Genetically Homologous Species Brucella microti Sascha Al Dahouk, Erwin Hofer, Herbert Tomaso, Gilles Vergnaud, Philippe Le Flèche, Axel Cloeckaert, Mark S. Koylass, Adrian M. Whatmore, Karsten Nöckler, and Holger C. Scholz Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Aquaculture Journals

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Characteristics of the Freshwater Cyanobacterium Microcystis aeruginosa Grown in Iron-Limited Continuous Culture T. C. Dang, M. Fujii, A. L. Rose, M. Bligh, and T. D. Waite Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Abundance, Dynamics, and Biogeographic Distribution of Seven Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Dioxygenase Gene Variants in Coastal Sediments of Patagonia Magalí S. Marcos, Mariana Lozada, Walter D. Di Marzio, and Hebe M. Dionisi Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Genetic Characterization of Escherichia coli O104 Isolates from Different Sources in the United States Lydia V. Rump, Sonya Bodeis-Jones, Jason Abbott, Shaohua Zhao, Julie Kase, Sandra Lorenz, Markus Fischer, Eric Brown, and Jianghong Meng Abstract Full Text PDF Figures FREE Enzymology and Protein Engineering Engineering Platforms for Directed Evolution of Laccase from Pycnoporus cinnabarinus S. Camarero, I. Pardo, A. I. Cañas, P. Molina, E. Record, A. T. Martínez, M. J. Martínez, and M. Alcalde Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Isolation of a Novel Cutinase Homolog with Polyethylene Terephthalate-Degrading Activity from Leaf-Branch Compost by Using a Metagenomic Approach Sintawee Sulaiman, Saya Yamato, Eiko Kanaya, Joong-Jae Kim, Yuichi Koga, Kazufumi Takano, and Shigenori Kanaya Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Evolutionary and Genomic Microbiology High-Resolution Two-Locus Clonal Typing of Extraintestinal Pathogenic Escherichia coli Scott J. Weissman, James R. Johnson, Veronika Tchesnokova, Mariya Billig, Daniel Dykhuizen, Kim Riddell, Peggy Rogers, Xuan Qin, Susan Butler-Wu, Brad T. Cookson, Ferric C. Fang, Delia Scholes, Sujay Chattopadhyay, and Evgeni Sokurenko Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Differentiation of Xylella fastidiosa Strains via Multilocus Sequence Analysis of Environmentally Mediated Genes (MLSA-E) Jennifer K. Parker, Justin C. Havird, and Leonardo De La Fuente Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Food Microbiology Cellular Response of Campylobacter jejuni to Trisodium Phosphate Charlotte Tandrup Riedel, Marianne Thorup Cohn, Richard A. Stabler, Brendan Wren, and Lone Brøndsted Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Small-Molecule Modulators of Listeria monocytogenes Biofilm Development Uyen T. Nguyen, Iwona B. Wenderska, Matthew A. Chong, Kalinka Koteva, Gerard D. Wright, and Lori L. Burrows Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Garvieacin Q, a Novel Class II Bacteriocin from Lactococcus garvieae BCC 43578 Amonlaya Tosukhowong, Takeshi Zendo, Wonnop Visessanguan, Sittiruk Roytrakul, Laphaslada Pumpuang, Janthima Jaresitthikunchai, and Kenji Sonomoto Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Aquaculture Journals

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Genetics and Molecular Biology Global Transcriptomic and Proteomic Responses of Dehalococcoides ethenogenes Strain 195 to Fixed Nitrogen Limitation Patrick K. H. Lee, Brian D. Dill, Tiffany S. Louie, Manesh Shah, Nathan C. VerBerkmoes, Gary L. Andersen, Stephen H. Zinder, and Lisa Alvarez-Cohen Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Only One of the Five Ralstonia solanacearum Long-Chain 3-Ketoacyl-Acyl Carrier Protein Synthase Homologues Functions in Fatty Acid Synthesis Juanli Cheng, Jincheng Ma, Jinshui Lin, Zhen-Chuan Fan, John E. Cronan, and Haihong Wang Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Invertebrate Microbiology Wolbachia Strain wAlbB Enhances Infection by the Rodent Malaria Parasite Plasmodium berghei in Anopheles gambiae Mosquitoes Grant L. Hughes, Joel Vega-Rodriguez, Ping Xue, and Jason L. Rasgon Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Genomic and Physiological Characterization of the Verrucomicrobia Isolate Diplosphaera colitermitum gen. nov., sp. nov., Reveals Microaerophily and Nitrogen Fixation Genes John T. Wertz, Eunji Kim, John A. Breznak, Thomas M. Schmidt, and Jorge L. M. Rodrigues Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Methods Rapid Filtration Separation-Based Sample Preparation Method for Bacillus Spores in Powdery and Environmental Matrices Sandra Isabel, Maurice Boissinot, Isabelle Charlebois, Chantal M. Fauvel, Lu-E Shi, JulieChristine Lévesque, Amélie T. Paquin, Martine Bastien, Gale Stewart, Éric Leblanc, Sachiko Sato, and Michel G. Bergeron Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Simple Cloning via Direct Transformation of PCR Product (DNA Multimer) to Escherichia coli and Bacillus subtilis Chun You, Xiao-Zhou Zhang, and Y.-H. Percival Zhang Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Rapid Genomic-Scale Analysis of Escherichia coli O104:H4 by Using High-Resolution Alternative Methods to Next-Generation Sequencing Scott A. Jackson, Michael L. Kotewicz, Isha R. Patel, David W. Lacher, Jayanthi Gangiredla, and Christopher A. Elkins Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material FREE Improvement of Modified Charcoal-Cefoperazone-Deoxycholate Agar by Supplementation with a High Concentration of Polymyxin B for Detection of Campylobacter jejuni and C. coli in Chicken Carcass Rinses Jung-Whan Chon, Ji-Yeon Hyeon, Jin-Hyuk Yim, Jong-Hyun Kim, Kwang-Young Song, and Kun-Ho Seo Abstract Full Text PDF Microbial Ecology Spatial Distribution of Viruses Associated with Planktonic and Attached Microbial Communities in Hydrothermal Environments Aquaculture Journals

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Yukari Yoshida-Takashima, Takuro Nunoura, Hiromi Kazama, Takuroh Noguchi, Kazuhiro Inoue, Hironori Akashi, Toshiro Yamanaka, Tomohiro Toki, Masahiro Yamamoto, Yasuo Furushima, Yuichiro Ueno, Hiroyuki Yamamoto, and Ken Takai Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Phylogenetic Diversities and Community Structure of Members of the Extremely Halophilic Archaea (Order Halobacteriales) in Multiple Saline Sediment Habitats Noha H. Youssef, Kristen N. Ashlock-Savage, and Mostafa S. Elshahed Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Distinct Growth Strategies of Soil Bacteria as Revealed by Large-Scale Colony Tracking Morten Ernebjerg and Roy Kishony Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Recruitment of Members from the Rare Biosphere of Marine Bacterioplankton Communities after an Environmental Disturbance Johanna Sjöstedt, Per Koch-Schmidt, Mikael Pontarp, Björn Canbäck, Anders Tunlid, Per Lundberg, Åke Hagström, and Lasse Riemann Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Accurate, Rapid Taxonomic Classification of Fungal Large-Subunit rRNA Genes Kuan-Liang Liu, Andrea Porras-Alfaro, Cheryl R. Kuske, Stephanie A. Eichorst, and Gary Xie Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Mycology Construction of a Genetic Linkage Map Based on Amplified Fragment Length Polymorphism Markers and Development of Sequence-Tagged Site Markers for Marker-Assisted Selection of the Sporeless Trait in the Oyster Mushroom (Pleurotus eryngii) Yasuhito Okuda, Jun Ueda, Yasushi Obatake, Shigeyuki Murakami, Yukitaka Fukumasa, and Teruyuki Matsumoto Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Time-Dependent Profiles of Transcripts Encoding Lignocellulose-Modifying Enzymes of the White Rot Fungus Phanerochaete carnosa Grown on Multiple Wood Substrates Jacqueline MacDonald and Emma R. Master Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Physiology Desiccation as a Long-Term Survival Mechanism for the Archaeon Methanosarcina barkeri Kimberly L. Anderson, Ethel E. Apolinario, and Kevin R. Sowers Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Dextran Sodium Sulfate-Induced Inflammation Alters the Expression of Proteins by Intestinal Escherichia coli Strains in a Gnotobiotic Mouse Model Sara Schumann, Carl Alpert, Wolfram Engst, Gunnar Loh, and Michael Blaut Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Plant Microbiology Calcium Increases Xylella fastidiosa Surface Attachment, Biofilm Formation, and Twitching Motility Luisa F. Cruz, Paul A. Cobine, and Leonardo De La Fuente Abstract Full Text PDF Figures

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Production of Indole-3-Acetic Acid via the Indole-3-Acetamide Pathway in the PlantBeneficial Bacterium Pseudomonas chlororaphis O6 Is Inhibited by ZnO Nanoparticles but Enhanced by CuO Nanoparticles Christian O. Dimkpa, Jia Zeng, Joan E. McLean, David W. Britt, Jixun Zhan, and Anne J. Anderson Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Public Health Microbiology Simultaneous Detection of Infectious Human Echoviruses and Adenoviruses by an In Situ Nuclease-Resistant Molecular Beacon-Based Assay Daniela Dunams, Payal Sarkar, Wilfred Chen, and Marylynn V. Yates Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Role of (p)ppGpp in Biofilm Formation by Enterococcus faecalis Luis E. Chávez de Paz, José A. Lemos, Claes Wickström, and Christine M. Sedgley Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Colonization and Transmission of Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus ST398 in Nursery Piglets Florence Crombé, Wannes Vanderhaeghen, Jeroen Dewulf, Katleen Hermans, Freddy Haesebrouck, and Patrick Butaye Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Previous – Top – Next

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Research articles Minireview Culture-Independent Approaches for Studying Viruses from Hypersaline Environments Fernando Santos, Pablo Yarza, Víctor Parro, Inmaculada Meseguer, Ramon Rosselló-Móra, and Josefa Antón Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Biodegradation SulE, a Sulfonylurea Herbicide De-Esterification Esterase from Hansschlegelia zhihuaiae S113 Bao-Jian Hang, Qing Hong, Xiang-Ting Xie, Xing Huang, Cheng-Hong Wang, Jian He, and Shun-Peng Li Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental Material Biotechnology Large Crystal Toxin Formation in Chromosomally Engineered Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. aizawai Due to σE Accumulation Wasin Buasri and Watanalai Panbangred Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental Material Detection and Differentiation of Avian Mycoplasmas by Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy Based on a Silver Nanorod Array Suzanne L. Hennigan, Jeremy D. Driskell, Naola Ferguson-Noel, Richard A. Dluhy, Yiping Zhao, Ralph A. Tripp, and Duncan C. Krause Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Identification of the Herboxidiene Biosynthetic Gene Cluster in Streptomyces chromofuscus ATCC 49982 Lei Shao, Jiachen Zi, Jia Zeng, and Jixun Zhan Aquaculture Journals

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Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental Material Environmental Microbiology Detection of Coxiella burnetii DNA on Small-Ruminant Farms during a Q Fever Outbreak in the Netherlands A. de Bruin, R. Q. J. van der Plaats, L. de Heer, R. Paauwe, B. Schimmer, P. Vellema, B. J. van Rotterdam, and Y. T. H. P. van Duynhoven Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Aerosol Susceptibility of Influenza Virus to UV-C Light James J. McDevitt, Stephen N. Rudnick, and Lewis J. Radonovich Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Swimming Behavior of Selected Species of Archaea Bastian Herzog and Reinhard Wirth Abstract Full Text PDF Supplemental material Wide Variation in Antibiotic Resistance Proteins Identified by Functional Metagenomic Screening of a Soil DNA Library Kelly M. McGarvey, Konstantin Queitsch, and Stanley Fields Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental Material Membrane Lipid Peroxidation in Copper Alloy-Mediated Contact Killing of Escherichia coli Robert Hong, Tae Y. Kang, Corinne A. Michels, and Nidhi Gadura Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Comparison of Gull Feces-Specific Assays Targeting the 16S rRNA Genes of Catellicoccus marimammalium and Streptococcus spp. Hodon Ryu, John F. Griffith, Izhar U. H. Khan, Stephen Hill, Thomas A. Edge, Carlos ToledoHernandez, Joel Gonzalez-Nieves, and Jorge Santo Domingo Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Characterization of Airborne Bacteria at an Underground Subway Station Marius Dybwad, Per Einar Granum, Per Bruheim, and Janet Martha Blatny Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Characterization of the Proteomic Profiles of the Brown Tide Alga Aureoumbra lagunensis under Phosphate- and Nitrogen-Limiting Conditions and of Its Phosphate Limitation-Specific Protein with Alkaline Phosphatase Activity Ming-Ming Sun, Jin Sun, Jian-Wen Qiu, Hongmei Jing, and Hongbin Liu Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Wide Distribution of Closely Related, Antibiotic-Producing Arthrobacter Strains throughout the Arctic Ocean Matthias Wietz, Maria Månsson, Jeff S. Bowman, Nikolaj Blom, Yin Ng, and Lone Gram Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Generation of a Monoclonal Antibody against Mycoplasma spp. following Accidental Contamination during Production of a Monoclonal Antibody against Lawsonia intracellularis Jeong-Min Hwang, Ji-Hye Lee, and Jung-Yong Yeh Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Human-Associated Extended-Spectrum β-Lactamase in the Antarctic Jorge Hernández, Johan Stedt, Jonas Bonnedahl, Ylva Molin, Mirva Drobni, Nancy CalistoUlloa, Claudio Gomez-Fuentes, M. Soledad Astorga-España, Daniel González-Acuña, Jonas Waldenström, Maria Blomqvist, and Björn Olsen Abstract Full Text PDF Aquaculture Journals

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Effects of UV-B Radiation on the Structural and Physiological Diversity of Bacterioneuston and Bacterioplankton Ana L. Santos, Vanessa Oliveira, Inês Baptista, Isabel Henriques, Newton C. M. Gomes, Adelaide Almeida, António Correia, and Angela Cunha Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental Material Enzymology and Protein Engineering Rhodococcus sp. Strain CR-53 LipR, the First Member of a New Bacterial Lipase Family (Family X) Displaying an Unusual Y-Type Oxyanion Hole, Similar to the Candida antarctica Lipase Clan Arnau Bassegoda, F. I. Javier Pastor, and Pilar Diaz Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Design of Chimeric Levansucrases with Improved Transglycosylation Activity Clarita Olvera, Sara Centeno-Leija, Paulina Ruiz-Leyva, and Agustín López-Munguía Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Characterization of Halomonas sp. Strain H11 α-Glucosidase Activated by Monovalent Cations and Its Application for Efficient Synthesis of α-D-Glucosylglycerol Teruyo Ojima, Wataru Saburi, Takeshi Yamamoto, and Toshiaki Kudo Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Orally Administered Thermostable N-Acyl Homoserine Lactonase from Bacillus sp. Strain AI96 Attenuates Aeromonas hydrophila Infection in Zebrafish Yanan Cao, Suxu He, Zhigang Zhou, Meichao Zhang, Wei Mao, Huitu Zhang, and Bin Yao Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Characterization of Two Bacterial Hydroxynitrile Lyases with High Similarity to Cupin Superfamily Proteins Zahid Hussain, Romana Wiedner, Kerstin Steiner, Tanja Hajek, Manuela Avi, Bianca Hecher, Angela Sessitsch, and Helmut Schwab Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Evolutionary and Genomic Microbiology Characterization of the ELPhiS Prophage from Salmonella enterica Serovar Enteritidis Strain LK5 L. Farris Hanna, T. David Matthews, Elizabeth A. Dinsdale, David Hasty, and Robert A. Edwards Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material FSL J1-208, a Virulent Uncommon Phylogenetic Lineage IV Listeria monocytogenes Strain with a Small Chromosome Size and a Putative Virulence Plasmid Carrying Internalin-Like Genes Henk C. den Bakker, Barbara M. Bowen, Lorraine D. Rodriguez-Rivera, and Martin Wiedmann Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Food Microbiology Development and Validation of a Predictive Model for the Growth of Vibrio vulnificus in Postharvest Shellstock Oysters Ligia DaSilva, Salina Parveen, Angelo DePaola, John Bowers, Kathy Brohawn, and Mark L. Tamplin Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Comparison of the Prevalences and Antimicrobial Resistances of Escherichia coli Isolates from Different Retail Meats in the United States, 2002 to 2008 S. Zhao, K. Blickenstaff, S. Bodeis-Jones, S. A. Gaines, E. Tong, and P. F. McDermott Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Aquaculture Journals

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Influence of Anaerobiosis and Low Temperature on Bacillus cereus Growth, Metabolism, and Membrane Properties Benoît de Sarrau, Thierry Clavel, Caroline Clerté, Frédéric Carlin, Christian Giniès, and Christophe Nguyen-The Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Transcriptional Responses of Escherichia coli K-12 and O157:H7 Associated with Lettuce Leaves Ryan C. Fink, Elaine P. Black, Zhe Hou, Masayuki Sugawara, Michael J. Sadowsky, and Francisco Diez-Gonzalez Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental Material Contribution of Surface β-Glucan Polysaccharide to Physicochemical and Immunomodulatory Properties of Propionibacterium freudenreichii Stéphanie-Marie Deutsch, Sandrine Parayre, Antoine Bouchoux, Fanny Guyomarc'h, Joëlle Dewulf, Marguerite Dols-Lafargue, François Baglinière, Fabien J. Cousin, Hélène Falentin, Gwénaël Jan, and Benoît Foligné Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental Material The Composition of Camembert Cheese-Ripening Cultures Modulates both Mycelial Growth and Appearance Marie-Hélène Lessard, Gaétan Bélanger, Daniel St-Gelais, and Steve Labrie Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Identification and Characterization of Psychrotolerant Sporeformers Associated with Fluid Milk Production and Processing Reid A. Ivy, Matthew L. Ranieri, Nicole H. Martin, Henk C. den Bakker, Bruno M. Xavier, Martin Wiedmann, and Kathryn J. Boor Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Biodiversity in Oscypek, a Traditional Polish Cheese, Determined by CultureDependent and -Independent Approaches Ángel Alegría, Pawel Szczesny, Baltasar Mayo, Jacek Bardowski, and Magdalena Kowalczyk Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental Material Evidence of Two Functionally Distinct Ornithine Decarboxylation Systems in Lactic Acid Bacteria Andrea Romano, Hein Trip, Aline Lonvaud-Funel, Juke S. Lolkema, and Patrick M. Lucas Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental Material Candida zemplinina Can Reduce Acetic Acid Produced by Saccharomyces cerevisiae in Sweet Wine Fermentations Kalliopi Rantsiou, Paola Dolci, Simone Giacosa, Fabrizio Torchio, Rosanna Tofalo, Sandra Torriani, Giovanna Suzzi, Luca Rolle, and Luca Cocolin Abstract Full Text PDF Figures A Novel Restriction-Modification System Is Responsible for Temperature-Dependent Phage Resistance in Listeria monocytogenes ECII Jae-Won Kim, Vikrant Dutta, Driss Elhanafi, Sangmi Lee, Jason A. Osborne, and Sophia Kathariou Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Prevalence, Characterization, and Antimicrobial Resistance of Listeria monocytogenes Isolates from Bovine Hides and Carcasses Kinga Wieczorek, Katarzyna Dmowska, and Jacek Osek Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Use of High Hydrostatic Pressure To Inactivate Escherichia coli O157:H7 and Salmonella enterica Internalized within and Adhered to Preharvest Contaminated Green Onions Aquaculture Journals

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Hudaa Neetoo, Yingjian Lu, Changqing Wu, and Haiqiang Chen Abstract Full Text PDF Genetics and Molecular Biology Phenotypic Switching in Pseudomonas brassicacearum Involves GacS- and GacADependent Rsm Small RNAs David Lalaouna, Sylvain Fochesato, Lisa Sanchez, Philippe Schmitt-Kopplin, Dieter Haas, Thierry Heulin, and Wafa Achouak Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental Material Fine-Tuned Transcriptional Regulation of Malate Operons in Enterococcus faecalis Pablo Mortera, Martín Espariz, Cristian Suárez, Guillermo Repizo, Josef Deutscher, Sergio Alarcón, Víctor Blancato, and Christian Magni Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Identification of the Haloarchaeal Phasin (PhaP) That Functions in Polyhydroxyalkanoate Accumulation and Granule Formation in Haloferax mediterranei Shuangfeng Cai, Lei Cai, Hailong Liu, Xiaoqing Liu, Jing Han, Jian Zhou, and Hua Xiang Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Development of a Modified Gentamicin Resistance Cassette for Genetic Manipulation of the Oral Spirochete Treponema denticola Jiang Bian, J. Christopher Fenno, and Chunhao Li Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Invertebrate Microbiology The 60-Kilodalton Protein Encoded by orf2 in the cry19A Operon of Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. jegathesan Functions Like a C-Terminal Crystallization Domain J. Eleazar Barboza-Corona, Hyun-Woo Park, Dennis K. Bideshi, and Brian A. Federici Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Methods Site-Specific Recombination Strategies for Engineering Actinomycete Genomes Simone Herrmann, Theresa Siegl, Marta Luzhetska, Lutz Petzke, Caroline Jilg, Elisabeth Welle, Annette Erb, Peter F. Leadlay, Andreas Bechthold, and Andriy Luzhetskyy Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Development of a Markerless Gene Replacement System for Acidithiobacillus ferrooxidans and Construction of a pfkB Mutant Huiyan Wang, Xiangmei Liu, Shuangshuang Liu, Yangyang Yu, Jianqun Lin, Jianqiang Lin, Xin Pang, and Jian Zhao Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Microbial Ecology Response of Fatty Acid Synthesis Genes to the Binding of Human Salivary Amylase by Streptococcus gordonii Anna E. Nikitkova, Elaine M. Haase, M. Margaret Vickerman, Steven R. Gill, and Frank A. Scannapieco Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental Material Seasonal and Successional Influences on Bacterial Community Composition Exceed That of Protozoan Grazing in River Biofilms Jennifer K. Wey, Klaus Jürgens,and Markus Weitere Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental Material Physiology Aquaculture Journals

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Hyperthermophilic Thermotoga Species Differ with Respect to Specific Carbohydrate Transporters and Glycoside Hydrolases Andrew D. Frock, Steven R. Gray, and Robert M. Kelly Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Plant Microbiology Role for Rhizobium rhizogenes K84 Cell Envelope Polysaccharides in Surface Interactions Ana M. Abarca-Grau, Lindsey P. Burbank, Héctor D. de Paz, Juan C. Crespo-Rivas, Ester Marco-Noales, María M. López, Jose M. Vinardell, Susanne B. von Bodman, and Ramón Penyalver Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material New Betaproteobacterial Rhizobium Strains Able To Efficiently Nodulate Parapiptadenia rigida (Benth.) Brenan Cecilia Taulé, María Zabaleta, Cintia Mareque, Raúl Platero, Lucía Sanjurjo, Margarita Sicardi, Lillian Frioni, Federico Battistoni, and Elena Fabiano Abstract Full TextPDF Figures Supplemental material Public Health Microbiology Occurrence and Persistence of Bacterial Pathogens and Indicator Organisms in Beach Sand along the California Coast Kevan M. Yamahara, Lauren M. Sassoubre, Kelly D. Goodwin, and Alexandria B. Boehm Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental Material Fulminant Cryptosporidiosis after Near-Drowning: a Human Cryptosporidium parvum Strain Implicated in Invasive Gastrointestinal Adenocarcinoma and Cholangiocarcinoma in an Experimental Model Gabriela Certad, Sadia Benamrouz, Karine Guyot, Anthony Mouray, Thierry Chassat, Nicolas Flament, Laurence Delhaes, Valerie Coiteux, Baptiste Delaire, Marleen Praet, Claude Cuvelier, Pierre Gosset, Eduardo Dei-Cas, and Colette Creusy Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Association of Pandemic Vibrio parahaemolyticus O3:K6 Present in the Coastal Environment of Northwest Mexico with Cases of Recurrent Diarrhea between 2004 and 2010 Jorge Velazquez-Roman, Nidia León-Sicairos, Héctor Flores-Villaseñor, Santiago VillafañaRauda, and Adrian Canizalez-Roman Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Marked Genomic Diversity of Norovirus Genogroup I Strains in a Waterborne Outbreak Nancy P. Nenonen, Charles Hannoun, Charlotte U. Larsson, and Tomas Bergström Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Criteria for Selection of Surrogates Used To Study the Fate and Control of Pathogens in the Environment Ryan G. Sinclair, Joan B. Rose, Syed A. Hashsham, Charles P. Gerba, and Charles N. Haas Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Conserved Mechanisms of Mycobacterium marinum Pathogenesis within the Environmental Amoeba Acanthamoeba castellanii George M. Kennedy, J. Hiroshi Morisaki, and Patricia A. DiGiuseppe Champion Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Supplemental material Counting Legionella Cells within Single Amoeba Host Cells Helen Y. Buse and Nicholas J. Ashbolt Abstract Full Text PDF Figures Aquaculture Journals

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Erratum Acaricide Treatment Affects Viral Dynamics in Varroa destructor-Infested Honey Bee Colonies via both Host Physiology and Mite Control Barbara Locke, Eva Forsgren, Ingemar Fries, and Joachim R. de Miranda Full Text PDF Previous – Top – Next

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Research Articles Mini-Review Review of research on Dendrobium, a prized folk medicine Tzi Bun Ng, Jingyi Liu, Jack Ho Wong, Xiujuan Ye and Stephen Cho Wing Sze, et al. Download PDF (205.5 KB) View HTML Pressure to kill or pressure to boost: a review on the various effects and applications of hydrostatic pressure in bacterial biotechnology Stéphanie Follonier, Sven Panke and Manfred Zinn Download PDF (289.3 KB) View HTML Mannanases: microbial sources, production, properties and potential biotechnological applications Prakram Singh Chauhan, Neena Puri, Prince Sharma and Naveen Gupta Show SummaryHide Summary Download PDF (302.7 KB) View HTML Monascus purpureus-fermented products and oral cancer: a review Wei-Hsuan Hsu and Tzu-Ming Pan Download PDF (656.2 KB) View HTML Biodiscovery from rare actinomycetes: an eco-taxonomical perspective D. İ. Kurtböke Download PDF (226.3 KB) View HTML Available methods for assembling expression cassettes for synthetic biology Tianwen Wang, Xingyuan Ma, Hu Zhu, Aitao Li and Guocheng Du, et al. Download PDF (364.2 KB) View HTML Bioconversion of crude glycerol by fungi R. W. Nicol, K. Marchand and W. D. Lubitz Download PDF (237.0 KB) View HTML Biotechnological products and process engineering Extracellular production of cycloisomaltooligosaccharide glucanotransferase and cyclodextran by a protease-deficient Bacillus subtilis host–vector system Yasuyuki Kawabata, Keitarou Kimura and Kazumi Funane Download PDF (269.8 KB) View HTML Physiological conditions conducive to high cell density and high cyanophycin content in Ralstonia eutropha strain H16 possessing a KDPG aldolase gene-dependent addiction system Kaichien Lin, Yasser Elbahloul and Alexander Steinbüchel Download PDF (274.4 KB) View HTML

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Agarose-gel-immobilized recombinant bacterial biosensors for simple and disposable on-site detection of phenolic compounds Hae Ja Shin Download PDF (344.8 KB) View HTML Caleosin-assembled oil bodies as a potential delivery nanocarrier Chung-Jen Chiang, Shen-Chuan Lin, Li-Jen Lin, Chih-Jung Chen and Yun-Peng Chao Download PDF (828.6 KB) View HTML Engineered Corynebacterium glutamicum as an endotoxin-free platform strain for lactate-based polyester production Yuyang Song, Ken’ichiro Matsumoto, Miwa Yamada, Aoi Gohda and Christopher J. Brigham, et al. Download PDF (269.9 KB) View HTML Energetics of growth of Aspergillus tamarii in a biological real-time reaction calorimeter Balaji Dhandapani, Surianarayanan Mahadevan and Asit Baran Mandal Show SummaryHide Summary Download PDF (405.3 KB) View HTML Immunological features and the ability of inhibitory effects on enzymatic activity of an epitope vaccine composed of cholera toxin B subunit and B cell epitope from Helicobacter pylori urease A subunit Le Guo, Xiaokang Li, Feng Tang, Yunmian He and Yingying Xing, et al. Download PDF (285.5 KB) View HTML Biotechnologically Relevant Enzymes and Proteins A novel thermostable and glucose-tolerant β-glucosidase from Fervidobacterium islandicum Dina Jabbour, Barbara Klippel and Garabed Antranikian Show SummaryHide Summary Download PDF (368.1 KB) View HTML Expression of CYP107Z13 in Streptomyces lividans TK54 catalyzes the oxidation of avermectin to 4″-oxo-avermectin Xiliang Jiang, Weide Liu, Ying Ji, Jing Niu and Mei Li Download PDF (251.3 KB) View HTML Exceptional thermal stability and organic solvent tolerance of an esterase expressed from a thermophilic host Yuxia Mei, Nan Peng, Shumiao Zhao, Yongmei Hu and Huacai Wang, et al. Download PDF (264.7 KB) View HTML Supplemental Extracellular production of Streptomyces exfoliatus poly(3-hydroxybutyrate) depolymerase in Rhodococcus sp. T104: determination of optimal biocatalyst conditions Javier García-Hidalgo, Daniel Hormigo, María Auxiliadora Prieto, Miguel Arroyo and Isabel de la Mata Download PDF (482.9 KB) View HTML Aquaculture Journals

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Supplemental Identification, cloning, and characterization of β-glucosidase from Ustilago esculenta Masahiro Nakajima, Tetsuro Yamashita, Machiko Takahashi, Yuki Nakano and Takumi Takeda Download PDF (333.4 KB) View HTML Gene cloning, expression, and characterization of a novel acetaldehyde dehydrogenase from Issatchenkia terricola strain XJ-2 Zhengying Yao, Chong Zhang, Fengxia Lu, Xiaomei Bie and Zhaoxin Lu Download PDF (624.4 KB) View HTML Applied genetics and molecular biotechnology Heterologous expression system in Aspergillus oryzae for fungal biosynthetic gene clusters of secondary metabolites Kanae Sakai, Hiroshi Kinoshita and Takuya Nihira Download PDF (472.3 KB) View HTML Supplemental Wild-type and feedback-resistant phosphoribosyl pyrophosphate synthetases from Bacillus amyloliquefaciens: purification, characterization, and application to increase purine nucleoside production Natalia P. Zakataeva, Dmitriy V. Romanenkov, Victoria S. Skripnikova, Maria V. Vitushkina and Vitaliy A. Livshits, et al. Download PDF (421.9 KB) View HTML Supplemental Polyphasic approach for the characterization of rhizobial symbionts effective in fixing N2 with common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) Juscélio Donizete Cardoso, Mariangela Hungria and Diva S. Andrade Download PDF (622.1 KB) View HTML Identification of genes involved in Listeria monocytogenes biofilm formation by mariner-based transposon mutagenesis Yuhua Chang, Weimin Gu, Nils Fischer and Lynne McLandsborough Download PDF (430.9 KB) View HTML Computational identification of gene over-expression targets for metabolic engineering of taxadiene production Brett A. Boghigian, John Armando, Daniel Salas and Blaine A. Pfeifer Download PDF (486.6 KB) View HTML Genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics Phanerochaete chrysosporium produces a diverse array of extracellular enzymes when grown on sorghum Anamika Ray, Sayali Saykhedkar, Patricia Ayoubi-Canaan, Steven D. Hartson and Rolf Prade, et al. Download PDF (447.3 KB) View HTML Supplemental

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Virulence factor prediction in Streptococcus pyogenes using classification and clustering based on microarray data Liliana López-Kleine, Francisco Torres-Avilés, Fabio H. Tejedor and Luz A. Gordillo Download PDF (310.0 KB) View HTML Supplemental Applied microbial and cell physiology Detection of invasive Candida albicans infection using a specific 99mTc-labeled monoclonal antibody for the C. albicans germ tube Lan Ge, Li Wang, Qiu-He Song, Ming-Fu Yang and Ren-Mei Sun, et al. Download PDF (384.7 KB) View HTML Acetate scavenging activity in Escherichia coli: interplay of acetyl–CoA synthetase and the PEP–glyoxylate cycle in chemostat cultures Sergio Renilla, Vicente Bernal, Tobias Fuhrer, Sara Castaño-Cerezo and José M. Pastor, et al. Download PDF (912.5 KB) View HTML Supplemental A shift to 50°C provokes death in distinct ways for glucose- and oleate-grown cells of Yarrowia lipolytica Thi Minh Ngoc Ta, Lan Cao-Hoang, Cynthia Romero-Guido, Morgane Lourdin and Hanh Phan-Thi, et al. Download PDF (511.7 KB) View HTML Oxidation of arsenite by two β-proteobacteria isolated from soil Sachin P. Bachate, Rashmi M. Khapare and Kisan M. Kodam Download PDF (361.9 KB) View HTML Characterization and regulation of the 2,3-butanediol pathway in Serratia marcescens Ben Rao, Liao Yuan Zhang, Jian’an Sun, Gang Su and Dongzhi Wei, et al. Download PDF (441.2 KB) View HTML Methods and protocols Improved detection of Rhodococcus coprophilus with a new quantitative PCR assay Melanie Wicki, Adrian Auckenthaler, Richard Felleisen, Marianne Liniger and Caroline Loutre, et al. Download PDF (194.7 KB) View HTML Supplemental Environmental biotechnology Microbial population analysis of nutrient removal-related organisms in membrane bioreactors Ana F. Silva, Gilda Carvalho, Adrian Oehmen, Maria Lousada-Ferreira and Arjen van Nieuwenhuijzen, et al. Download PDF (394.8 KB) View HTML Supplemental Molecular analysis of the biomass of a fluidized bed reactor treating synthetic vinasse at anaerobic and micro-aerobic conditions Aquaculture Journals

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Elisa Rodríguez, Alexandre Lopes, María Fdz.-Polanco, Alfons J. M. Stams and Pedro A. García-Encina Download PDF (407.5 KB) View HTML Supplemental Methanotrophic community structure and activity under warming and grazing of alpine meadow on the Tibetan Plateau Yong Zheng, Wei Yang, Xiang Sun, Shi-Ping Wang and Yi-Chao Rui, et al. Download PDF (321.8 KB) View HTML Supplemental Degradation of 2-chlorotoluene by Rhodococcus sp. OCT 10 Daniel Dobslaw and Karl-Heinrich Engesser Download PDF (316.6 KB) View HTML Bioenergy and biofuels Biodiscovery of new Australian thraustochytrids for production of biodiesel and longchain omega-3 oils Kim Jye Lee Chang, Graeme A. Dunstan, Guy C. J. Abell, Lesley A. Clementson and Susan I. Blackburn, et al. Download PDF (580.6 KB) View HTML Depolymerization of alginate into a monomeric sugar acid using Alg17C, an exooligoalginate lyase cloned from Saccharophagus degradans 2-40 Hee Taek Kim, Jae Hyuk Chung, Damao Wang, Jieun Lee and Hee Chul Woo, et al. Download PDF (219.0 KB) View HTML Supplemental A multi-electrode continuous flow microbial fuel cell with separator electrode assembly design Yongtae Ahn and Bruce E. Logan Download PDF (1.1 MB) View HTML full access Erratum Erratum to: Cultivation-independent analysis of archaeal and bacterial communities of the formation water in an Indian coal bed to enhance biotransformation of coal into methane Durgesh Narain Singh, Ashok Kumar, Munish Prasad Sarbhai and Anil Kumar Tripathi Download PDF (69.7 KB) View HTML Previous – Top – Next

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Research Articles Mini-Review Immobilized redox mediators for electrochemical NAD(P)+ regeneration Svenja Kochius, Anders O. Magnusson, Frank Hollmann, Jens Schrader and Dirk Holtmann Aquaculture Journals

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Download PDF (559.3 KB) View HTML Degradation of chlorinated nitroaromatic compounds Pankaj Kumar Arora, Ch. Sasikala and Ch. Venkata Ramana Download PDF (361.9 KB) Industrial biotechnology of Pseudomonas putida and related species Ignacio Poblete-Castro, Judith Becker, Katrin Dohnt, Vitor Martins dos Santos and Christoph Wittmann Download PDF (459.1 KB) Strategies to overexpress enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli (ETEC) colonization factors for the construction of oral whole-cell inactivated ETEC vaccine candidates Joshua Tobias and Ann-Mari Svennerholm Download PDF (284.9 KB) View HTML Biotechnological products and process engineering Identification of suitable ionic liquids for application in the enzymatic hydrolysis of rutin by an automated screening H. Temme, O. Dethloff, W.-R. Pitner, S. Fischer and R. Scheurich, et al. Download PDF (305.4 KB) View HTML Continuous bio-catalytic conversion of sugar mixture to acetone–butanol–ethanol by immobilized Clostridium acetobutylicum DSM 792 Shrikant A. Survase, Adriaan van Heiningen and Tom Granström Download PDF (1.0 MB) View HTML Enzymatic synthesis of S-adenosylhomocysteine: immobilization of recombinant Sadenosylhomocysteine hydrolase from Corynebacterium glutamicum (ATCC 13032) J. D. Lozada-Ramírez, A. Sánchez-Ferrer and F. García-Carmona Download PDF (367.3 KB) View HTML Modulation of guanosine nucleotides biosynthetic pathways enhanced GDP-L-fucose production in recombinant Escherichia coli Won-Heong Lee, So-Yeon Shin, Myoung-Dong Kim, Nam Soo Han and Jin-Ho Seo Download PDF (305.5 KB) View HTML Enhancement of transglutaminase production in Streptomyces mobaraensis as achieved by treatment with excessive MgCl2 Lili Zhang, Lanwei Zhang, Xue Han, Ming Du and Yingchun Zhang, et al. Download PDF (681.7 KB) View HTML Production of bioactive, SUMO-modified, and native-like TNF-α of the rhesus monkey, Macaca mulatta, in Escherichia coli Dianlong Jia, Hao Yang, Lin Wan, Jingqiu Cheng and Xiaofeng Lu Download PDF (629.6 KB) View HTML Regio- and enantio-selective glycosylation of tetrahydroprotoberberines by Gliocladium deliquescens NRRL1086 resulting in unique alkaloidal glycosides Hai-Xia Ge, Jian Zhang, Cui Kai, Ji-Hua Liu and Bo-Yang Yu Download PDF (358.4 KB) View HTML Aquaculture Journals

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Biotechnologically relevant enzymes and proteins Compatibility of garlic (Allium sativum L.) leaf agglutinin and Cry1Ac δ-endotoxin for gene pyramiding Santosh Kumar Upadhyay, Seema Singh, Krishnappa Chandrashekar, Rakesh Tuli and Pradhyumna Kumar Singh Download PDF (329.6 KB) View HTML Supplemental Active site analysis of cis-epoxysuccinate hydrolase from Nocardia tartaricans using homology modeling and site-directed mutagenesis Vinayagam Vasu, Jayaraman Kumaresan, Manoharan Ganesh Babu and Sankaranarayanan Meenakshisundaram Download PDF (544.8 KB) View HTML Supplemental Cloning, expression, and characterization of an insoluble glucan-producing glucansucrase from Leuconostoc mesenteroides NRRL B-1118 Gregory L. Côté and Christopher D. Skory Download PDF (321.5 KB) View HTML New strategy of site-directed mutagenesis identifies new sites to improve Streptomyces clavuligerus deacetoxycephalosporin C synthase activity toward penicillin G Junjie Ji, Xiuyun Tian, Keqiang Fan and Keqian Yang Download PDF (270.4 KB) View HTML Supplemental A thermostable recombinant transaldolase with high activity over a broad pH range Song-Yan Huang, Y.-H. Percival Zhang and Jian-Jiang Zhong Download PDF (322.8 KB) View HTML Pasteurella multocida CMP-sialic acid synthetase and mutants of Neisseria meningitidis CMP-sialic acid synthetase with improved substrate promiscuity Yanhong Li, Hai Yu, Hongzhi Cao, Saddam Muthana and Xi Chen Download PDF (2.1 MB) View HTML Supplemental Molecular determinants for substrate selectivity of ω-transaminases Eul-Soo Park, Minji Kim and Jong-Shik Shin Download PDF (498.4 KB) View HTML Supplemental Applied genetics and molecular biotechnology High-level mucosal and systemic immune responses induced by oral administration with Lactobacillus-expressed porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV) S1 region combined with Lactobacillus-expressed N protein Liu Di-qiu, Ge Jun-wei, Qiao Xin-yuan, Jiang Yan-ping and Liu Song-mei, et al. Download PDF (501.8 KB) View HTML Biological synthesis of quercetin 3-O-N-acetylglucosamine conjugate using engineered Escherichia coli expressing UGT78D2 Aquaculture Journals

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Bong-Gyu Kim, Su Hyun Sung and Joong-Hoon Ahn Download PDF (344.4 KB) View HTML Combinatorial modulation of galP and glk gene expression for improved alternative glucose utilization Jiao Lu, Jinlei Tang, Yi Liu, Xinna Zhu and Tongcun Zhang, et al. Download PDF (640.5 KB) View HTML Supplemental Polyclonal antibody against conserved sequences of mce1A protein blocks MTB infection in macrophages Sasikala Sivagnanam, Nalini Namasivayam and Rajamanickam Chellam Download PDF (769.6 KB) View HTML Supplemental A novel single-chain Fv antibody for connective tissue growth factor against the differentiation of fibroblast into myofibroblast Guoqiu Wu, Xiyong Wang, Xuepeng Deng, Pengpeng Wu and Xiulei Xue, et al. Download PDF (434.5 KB) View HTML Construction of new Pichia pastoris X-33 strains for production of lycopene and βcarotene J. M. Araya-Garay, L. Feijoo-Siota, F. Rosa-dos-Santos, P. Veiga-Crespo and T. G. Villa Download PDF (322.8 KB) View HTML Biotin protein ligase from Corynebacterium glutamicum: role for growth and L-lysine production P. Peters-Wendisch, K. C. Stansen, S. Götker and V. F. Wendisch Download PDF (282.9 KB) View HTML Genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics Intracellular interactome of secreted antibody Fab fragment in Pichia pastoris reveals its routes of secretion and degradation Martin Pfeffer, Michael Maurer, Johannes Stadlmann, Josephine Grass and Marizela Delic, et al. Download PDF (368.6 KB) View HTML Supplemental Genome-wide transcriptomic analysis of a flocculent strain of Zymomonas mobilis Young Jae Jeon, Zhao Xun, Ping Su and Peter L. Rogers Download PDF (381.9 KB) View HTML Applied microbial and cell physiology Mannitol production by heterofermentative Lactobacillus reuteri CRL 1101 and Lactobacillus fermentum CRL 573 in free and controlled pH batch fermentations Cecilia Rodríguez, Tom Rimaux, María José Fornaguera, Gino Vrancken and Graciela Font de Valdez, et al. Download PDF (581.3 KB) View HTML

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Dynamic flux balance modeling of S. cerevisiae and E. coli co-cultures for efficient consumption of glucose/xylose mixtures Timothy J. Hanly, Morgan Urello and Michael A. Henson Download PDF (525.5 KB) View HTML Effect of substrate and IPTG concentrations on the burden to growth of Escherichia coli on glycerol due to the expression of Lac proteins Pushkar Malakar and K. V. Venkatesh Download PDF (239.1 KB) View HTML Hydroxy-fatty acid production in a Pseudomonas aeruginosa 42A2 PHA synthase mutant generated by directed mutagenesis Noelia Torrego-Solana, Ignacio Martin-Arjol, Mònica Bassas-Galia, Pilar Diaz and Angeles Manresa Download PDF (396.2 KB) View HTML Gas discharge plasmas are effective in inactivating Bacillus and Clostridium spores Shawn Tseng, Nina Abramzon, James O. Jackson and Wei-Jen Lin Download PDF (265.2 KB) View HTML Supplemental Plasmid DNA fermentation strategies: influence on plasmid stability and cell physiology Filomena Silva, João A. Queiroz and Fernanda C. Domingues Download PDF (349.6 KB) View HTML Biodegradation of Leonardite by an Alkali-producing bacterial community and characterization of the degraded products Tong-Guo Gao, Feng Jiang, Jin-Shui Yang, Bao-Zhen Li and Hong-Li Yuan Download PDF (375.9 KB) View HTML Improved inhibitor tolerance in xylose-fermenting yeast Spathaspora passalidarum by mutagenesis and protoplast fusion Xiaoru Hou and Shuo Yao Download PDF (399.2 KB) View HTML Supplemental Methods and protocols Ion mobility spectrometry for microbial volatile organic compounds: a new identification tool for human pathogenic bacteria Melanie Jünger, Wolfgang Vautz, Martin Kuhns, Lena Hofmann and Siobhán Ulbricht, et al. Download PDF (550.1 KB) View HTML Environmental Biotechnology Effect of Mn2+ augmentation on reinforcing aerobic sludge granulation in a sequencing batch reactor Lihui Huang, Tao Yang, Weiliang Wang, Bo Zhang and Yuanyuan Sun Show SummaryHide Summary Download PDF (465.4 KB) View HTML Aquaculture Journals

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Temporal and spatial distribution of Bacillus and Clostridium histolyticum in swine manure composting by fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH) Jing Yi, Rong Zheng, Fenge Li, Zhe Chao and Chang Yan Deng, et al. Download PDF (197.9 KB) View HTML Effect of compost, nitrogen salts, and NPK fertilizers on methane oxidation potential at different temperatures Louis-B. Jugnia, Yaseen Mottiar, Euphrasie Djuikom, Alexandre R. Cabral and Charles W. Greer Download PDF (1.3 MB) View HTML Essential roles of eDNA and AI-2 in aerobic granulation in sequencing batch reactors operated at different settling times Yanghui Xiong and Yu Liu Download PDF (492.4 KB) View HTML Biological and chemical interaction of oxygen on the reduction of Fe(III)EDTA in a chemical absorption–biological reduction integrated NOx removal system Shi-Han Zhang, Yao Shi and Wei Li Download PDF (306.6 KB) View HTML full access Humic analog AQDS and AQS as an electron mediator can enhance chromate reduction by Bacillus sp. strain 3C3 Yiguo Hong, Peng Wu, Wenru Li, Jiguang Gu and Shunshan Duan Download PDF (512.2 KB) View HTML Supplemental Alginate beads provide a beneficial physical barrier against native microorganisms in wastewater treated with immobilized bacteria and microalgae Sergio A. Covarrubias, Luz E. de-Bashan, Manuel Moreno and Yoav Bashan Download PDF (771.6 KB) View HTML Supplemental Erratum Erratum to: Efficient synthesis of optically pure alcohols by asymmetric hydrogentransfer biocatalysis: application of engineered enzymes in a 2-propanol–water medium Nobuya Itoh, Kentaro Isotani, Masatoshi Nakamura, Kousuke Inoue and Yasuhiro Isogai, et al. Download PDF (453.0 KB) View HTML Previous – Top – Next

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A Aqquuaaccuullttuurree VOLUME 334-337, ISSUE , MARCH 2012

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Research articles Review Vaccines and crustacean aquaculture—A mechanistic exploration Andrew F. Rowley, Edward C. Pope Show preview | PDF (558 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► Shrimp culture is affected by periodic viral and bacterial diseases. ► These diseases are difficult to control. ► This review examines approaches to ‘vaccination’ of crustaceans such as shrimp. ► Changes in the immune system of shrimp following vaccination are reviewed. Osmoregulation in decapod crustaceans: implications to aquaculture productivity, methods for potential improvement and interactions with elevated ammonia exposure Nicholas Romano, Chaoshu Zeng Show preview | articles

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Diseases Selection, identification and application of antagonistic bacteria associated with skin ulceration and peristome tumescence of cultured sea cucumber Apostichopus japonicus (Selenka) Fengrong Zheng, Hongzhan Liu, Xiuqin Sun, Lingyun Qu, shuanglin Dong, Junling Liu Show preview | PDF (554 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► P. sp and P. tet are causes of skin ulceration and peristome tumescence in A. japonicus. ► V. ordalii, B. safensis, P. tet, P. elyakovii and P. segetis are antimicrobial. ► Different extracellular products have different antimicrobial activities. ► Injection of the extracellular products enhances disease resistance of A. japonicus. Effect of temperature on biochemical and cellular properties of captive Limulus polyphemus Christopher J. Coates, Emma L. Bradford, Carsten A. Krome, Jacqueline Nairn Show preview | PDF (695 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► A range of indicators used to assess health status of L. polyphemus in aquaculture. ► Hemocyanin (Hc) concentration & amebocyte density decreased with temperature increase. ► The ratio of amebocyte morphologies changed with temperature. ► Activity of Hc & phenoloxidase (derived from Hc) changed little with temperature. ► Findings of significance for monitoring health status of L. polyphemus in aquaculture. In vitro and in vivo efficacy of anthelmintic compounds against blood fluke (Cardicola forsteri) Paul Hardy-Smith, David Ellis, John Humphrey, Mathew Evans, Daryl Evans, Kirsten Rough, Victoria Valdenegro, Barbara Nowak Show preview | articles Aquaculture Journals

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Highlights ► Praziquantel was the only effective anthelmintic against blood fluke. ► Significant effect of treatment on the mean number of adult blood flukes and number of blood fluke eggs per cm2 of tuna myocardium. ► An agreement between in vitro and in vivo results. Molecular characterization and immune analysis of a defensin from freshwater pearl mussel, Hyriopsis schlegelii Kou Peng, Jun-hua Wang, Jun-qing Sheng, Liu-gen Zeng, Yi-jiang Hong Show preview | PDF (885 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► We constructed the cDNA library from hemocytes of pearl mussel H. schlegelii. ► We identified an invertebrate molluscan defensin family member from H. schlegelii. ► We investigated its tissues expression as well as its immune response. Modulation of the immune parameters and expression of genes of gilthead seabream (Sparus aurata L.) by dietary administration of oxytetracycline F.A. Guardiola, R. Cerezuela, J. Meseguer, M.A. Esteban Show preview | PDF (572 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► Effects of dietary OTC on immune parameters of gilthead seabream (Sparus aurata L.) ► OTC interferes with immune mechanisms in seabream. ► Effects of dietary OTC on immune related gene expression of gilthead seabream. Genetics

Effect of strain and ploidy on growth performance of Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar, following seawater transfer Charles F.D. Sacobie, Brian D. Glebe, Myriam A. Barbeau, Santosh P. Lall, Tillmann J. Benfey Show preview | articles

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Nutrition Effects of polychaete extracts on reproductive performance of kuruma shrimp, Marsupenaeus japonicus Bate. – Part II. Ovarian maturation and tissue lipid compositions Binh Thanh Nguyen, Shunsuke Koshio, Kazutaka Sakiyama, Manabu Ishikawa, Saichiro Yokoyama, Md. Abdul Kader Show preview | PDF (238 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► Effects of polychaete extracts on ovarian maturation of kuruma prawn were examined. ► Three fractions from polychaetes were supplemented to a basal diet. ► NLF was the most effective on M. japonicus ovarian maturation and followed by TSF. ► Formulated feed fed solely was able to promote the ovarian maturation of shrimp. Effects of dietary vitamins C and E and their interactions on reproductive performance, larval quality and tissue vitamin contents in kuruma shrimp, Marsupenaeus japonicus Bate Binh Thanh Nguyen, Shunsuke Koshio, Kazutaka Sakiyama, Shogo Harakawa, Jian Gao, Roger Edward Mamauag, Manabu Ishikawa, Saichiro Yokoyama Show preview | articles Highlights Aquaculture Journals

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► Interaction of dietary vitamins C and E on reproduction of kuruma shrimp were studied. ► Interaction of both vitamins was detected in egg hatchability, and survival of nauplii. ► Interaction of both vitamins was detected in those contents of several organs. ► Supplementations of dietary vitamins C and E in maturation feeds are highly recommended. A study on enrichment of the rotifer Brachionus “Cayman” with iodine from different sources Ashutosh Srivastava, Kristin Hamre, Joachim Stoss, Andreas Nordgreen Show preview | articles

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Seasonal fatty acid profile analysis to trace origin of food sources of four commercially important bivalves Daria Ezgeta-Balić, Mirjana Najdek, Melita Peharda, Maria Blažina Show preview | PDF (841 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ►We analyzed fatty acid profiles of digestive gland and muscle tissues of bivalves. ►Two aquacultured bivalve species and two from natural populations were analyzed. ►The fatty acid composition showed that all four species had a mixed diet. ►Diet consisted of phytoplankton, zooplankton, detritus and bacteria. ►Diet varied seasonally and utilization of bivalve larvae was observed. Effects of dietary docosahexaenoic to eicosapentaenoic acid ratio (DHA/EPA) on growth, nonspecific immunity, expression of some immune related genes and disease resistance of large yellow croaker (Larmichthys crocea) following natural infestation of parasites (Cryptocaryon irritans) Rantao Zuo, Qinghui Ai, Kangsen Mai, Wei Xu, Jun Wang, Houguo Xu, Zhiguo Liufu, Yanjiao Zhang Show preview | PDF (304 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► Moderate or higher DHA/EPA could significantly improve fish growth and immunity. ► TLR22 and MyD88 expression was markedly higher in the moderate or higher DHA/EPA. ► Fish fed diets with moderate or higher DHA/EPA had lower cumulative mortality. ► Dietary DHA/EPA may regulate fish immunity by altering TLR22 and MyD88 expression.. Replacing fishmeal with blends of alternative proteins on growth performance of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss), and early or late stage juvenile Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) Gary S. Burr, William R. Wolters, Frederic T. Barrows, Ronald W. Hardy Show preview | PDF (224 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► Alternate protein blends were evaluated in rainbow trout and juvenile Atlantic salmon. ► Rainbow trout growth was best using a soy protein concentrate blend. ► Early stage juvenile Atlantic salmon performed poorly on all blends. ► Late stage juveniles performed well on an all-plant protein diet. ► Plant-protein blends can replace 100% of fishmeal in feeds for large juvenile salmon. Inadequate phosphorus nutrition in juvenile Atlantic salmon has a negative effect on long-term bone health Per Gunnar Fjelldal, Tom Hansen, Sissel Albrektsen Show preview | articles Highlights Aquaculture Journals

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► Atlantic salmon juveniles were fed P supplemented diets for 77 days. ► Adequate juvenile dietary P had long-term positive effects on bone health. ► Blue whiting meal can be used in juvenile feeds. Improving nursery performances of Haliotis tuberculata coccinea: Nutritional value of four species of benthic diatoms and green macroalgae germlings G. Courtois de Viçose, M.P. Viera, S. Huchette, M.S. Izquierdo Show preview | PDF (441 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► Post-larvae fed Amphora sp. showed the best daily growth rate (DGR). ► Amphora sp. presented a significantly higher protein and lipid contents. ► Diatom diet and biochemical composition are important for early post-larval growth. ► Green macroalgae germlings are supplementary food source of good nutritional value. ► Control of substrates nutritional quality improves juveniles’ growth and production. Ontogenetic development of the digestive system and growth in coral trout (Plectropomus leopardus) Meng Qu, Shaoxiong Ding, Xiaojing Xu, Minghui Shen, Yingzhe You, Yongquan Su Show preview | PDF (2835 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► We described the ontogenetic development of the digestive system in coral trout. ► Four significant stages were established. ► We measured its gape size at first feeding time. ► The ultrastructure of some digestive organs in juvenile were described. Production Science Individual variation in swimming depth and growth in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) subjected to submergence in sea-cages Øyvind J. Korsøen, Tim Dempster, Frode Oppedal, Tore S. Kristiansen Show preview | PDF (1350 K) | Supplementary content | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► Irregular diurnal swimming was seen for salmon in deep and dark submerged conditions. ► Shallow submergences with artificial light did not change the diurnal swimming. ► Fish with high growth changed depth level more often than slower growing individuals. Physiology and Endocrinology A novel heat-shock protein inducer triggers heat shock protein 70 production and protects Artemia franciscana nauplii against abiotic stressors Kartik Baruah, Parisa Norouzitallab, Ronald J. Roberts, Patrick Sorgeloos, Peter Bossier Show preview | PDF (638 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► Here we tested cross protective effect of Hsp-inducing compound Tex-OE® on Artemia. ► We found Tex-OE® to enhance Hsp70 level and survival of Artemia after heat stress. ► Tex-OE® acts synergistically with non-lethal stress conferring maximum protection. ► The maximum cross protection was against either heat or salinity stress. ► In essence, Tex-OE® can be an ideal anti-stressor candidate for use in aquaculture. Differential expression of neuropeptides correlates with growth rate in cultivated Haliotis asinina (Vetigastropoda: Mollusca) Patrick S. York, Scott F. Cummins, Tim Lucas, Simon P. Blomberg, Sandie M. Degnan, Bernard M. Degnan Aquaculture Journals

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Effects of food borne ivermectin on juvenile Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.): Survival, growth, behavior, and physiology Francisco Ucán-Marín, William Ernst, Ronald Keith O'Dor, James Sherry Show preview | PDF (419 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► We report novel physiological observations due to ivermectin overdose in salmon. ► IVM affected fish growth, and fish weight/length were reduced after 30 day exposure. ► Hepatic somatic index (HSI) was significantly lower in IVM treated female fish. ► Male fish dosed with IVM had significantly higher brain AChE activity. ► Our findings could improve calculations of therapeutic dosages in Aquaculture. Survival, growth, and physiological responses of advanced juvenile freshwater crayfish (Cherax quadricarinatus), reared at low temperature and high salinities Natalia Cecilia Prymaczok, Anouk Chaulet, Daniel Alberto Medesani, Enrique Marcelo Rodríguez Show preview | PDF (517 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► We study the effect of low temperatures and high salinities to crayfish. ► A decrease of weight gain was seen at 20 ºC and 10 g/L salinity.► A marked hyperglycemia were seen at 20ºC. ► At 20 ºC, both Na+ and K+ hemolymphatic level increased with salinity. ► At 20 ºC, a concomitant FAA´s increase in muscle was seen. Influence of salinity on embryogenesis, survival, growth and oxygen consumption in embryos and yolk-sac larvae of the Nile tilapia Sophie Fridman, James Bron, Krishen Rana Show preview | articles

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Application of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to study the anatomy and reproductive condition of live Sydney rock oyster, Saccostrea glomerata (Gould) Paul T. Smith, Narsimha Reddy Show preview | PDF (593 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► MRI was found to be a non-invasive technique for viewing live Sydney rock oysters. ► MRI revealed details consistent with the oyster’s anatomy and feedi ng mechanism. ► A relationship was derived for condition index and percentage volume of soft tissue. ► Gas bubbles were observed in emersed oysters and the gas had elevated levels of CO2. ► Oysters produce gas in a physiological process for removing CO2 from soft tissue. Cryopreservation of Greenshell™ mussel (Perna canaliculus) sperm. I. Establishment of freezing protocol John F. Smith, Serean L. Adams, Samantha L. Gale, Lindsay T. McGowan, H. Robin Tervit, Rodney D. Roberts Show preview | PDF (439 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► A cryopreservation method for Greenshell™ mussel sperm was developed. ► 12% DMSO plus 0.2 M trehalose (final) was developed as the cryoprotectant. ► Sperm are frozen on a rack 3 cm above liquid nitrogen before plunging. ► Approximately 363 × more sperm are needed for fertilization equivalent to fresh sperm Aquaculture Journals

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Effect of thermal challenge on plasma gonadotropin levels and ovarian steroidogenesis in female maiden and repeat spawning Tasmanian Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) Kelli Anderson, Penny Swanson, Ned Pankhurst, Harry King, Abigail Elizur Show preview | PDF (637 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► Circulating follicle stimulating hormone was higher in all fish maintained at 22 compared to 14 °C ► Ovarian aromatase and cholesterol side chain cleavage protein expression was depressed at 22 °C ► Plasma luteinising hormone and hepatic estrogen receptor gene expression was not effected ► Ovarian response to follicle stimulating hormone is inhibited at high temperature ► We have added to our understanding of thermal inhibition of reproductive processes in salmon Corrigendum Corrigendum to “Complete replacement of fish oil with a blend of vegetable oils affects dioxin, dioxin-like polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) in 3 Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) families differing in flesh adiposity” [Aquaculture 324-325 (2011) 118-126] J.G. Bell Show preview |

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VOLUME 338-341, ISSUE , MARCH 2012

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Research articles Diseases Efficiency of two fragments of VP28 against White Spot Syndrome Virus in Litopenaeus vannamei Zhi-guang Qiu, Qing-hui Liu, Jie Huang Show preview | PDF (1858 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► White spot syndrome virus (WSSV) leads to devastating losses in shrimp farming. ► VP28 was divided two parts for define the key functional fragment against WSSV. ► VP28C caused a better resistance against WSSV through the virus challenge test. ► VP28C attribute to the upregulating some shrimp anti-viral genes. Phylogenetic characterization and the expression of recombinant C-reactive protein from the Asian seabass (Lates calcarifer) Laith Abdul Hassan Mohamed-Jawad, Amir Rabu, Rahmah Mohamed, Adura Mohd-Adnan Show preview | articles

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Validation of high throughput methods for tissue disruption and nucleic acid extraction for ranaviruses (family Iridoviridae) Anneke E. Rimmer, Joy A. Becker, Alison Tweedie, Richard J. Whittington Show preview | PDF (204 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► Semi-automated bead beating homogenisation technique is compatible with ranavirus detection. ► The most efficient method for tissue homogenisation and nucleic acid extraction Aquaculture Journals

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for ranaviruses was semi-automated methods. ► Employment of bead beating and magnetic particle processing was the most economical and facilitated high through put. Detection of bacterial pathogens in aquaculture samples by DNA microarray analysis Yu-Hong Shi, Jiong Chen, Chang-Hong Li, Xin-Jiang Lu, De-Ming Zhang, Hao-Yan Li, ZhiXian Zhao, Ming-Yun Li Show preview | PDF (723 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► We establish a genus-species microarray method to detect 8 aquatic pathogens. ► We compare the microarray method with the conventional microbiological techniques. ► This method is suitable for rapid and qualitative diagnoses of aquatic pathogens. Diagnostic PCR assays to detect and differentiate Kudoa septempunctata, K. thyrsites and K. lateolabracis (Myxozoa, Multivalvulida) in muscle tissue of olive flounder (Paralichthys olivaceus) D.S. Grabner, H. Yokoyama, S. Shirakashi, R. Kinami Show preview | PDF (412 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► We developed PCR assays for differentiation of three Kudoa spp. in olive flounder. ► K. lateolabracis was detected for the first time in olive flounder. ► A new genetic lineage of K. thyrsites was detected in olive flounder. ► Sensitive detection of K. septempunctata in fish fillets will increase food safety. Infections of MrNV (Macrobrachium rosenbergii nodavirus) in cultivated whiteleg shrimp Penaeus vannamei in Asia Saengchan Senapin, Chatlada Jaengsanong, Kornsunee Phiwsaiya, Satit Prasertsri, Kesinee Laisutisan, Niti Chuchird, Chalor Limsuwan, Timothy W. Flegel Show preview | PDF (405 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► IMNV and PvNV are the only viruses that cause white muscle disease in P. vannamei. ► We found diseased P. vannamei positive for MrNV by RT-PCR and genome sequencing. ► MrNV previously known to cause white muscle in M. rosenbergii but not P. vannamei. ► Bioassay indicated that MrNV may cause mortality in P. vannamei at low temperature. Oncomiracidial development, survival and swimming behaviour of the monogenean Sparicotyle chrysophrii (Van Beneden and Hesse, 1863) Aigües Repullés-Albelda, Astrid S. Holzer, Juan A. Raga, Francisco E. Montero Show preview | PDF (1395 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► Oncomiracidial development of Sparicotyle chrysophrii is described. ► Incubation time ranged from 5 to 10 days. ► Most of the hatchings occurred during dark periods. ► Maximum oncomiracidium survival time ranged from 2 to 3 days. ► Specimens emerging during dark periods had longer survival times. Genetics Genetic improvement of farmed tilapias: Genetic parameters for body weight at harvest in Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) during five generations of testing in multiple environments Hans B. Bentsen, Bjarne Gjerde, Nguyen Hong Nguyen, Morten Rye, Raul W. Ponzoni, Marietta S. Palada de Vera, Hernando L. Bolivar, Ravelina R. Velasco, Jocedel C. Danting, Edna E. Dionisio, Felicisima M. Longalong, Ruben A. Reyes, Tereso A. Abella, Melchor M. Tayamen, Ambekar E. Eknath Show preview | articles Highlights Aquaculture Journals

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► Improved tilapia strain. ► Large genetic variation in growth traits. ► Unimportant genotype × environment effect. Donor-oyster derived heritability estimates and the effect of genotype × environment interaction on the production of pearl quality traits in the silver-lip pearl oyster, Pinctada maxima Dean R. Jerry, Renate Kvingedal, Curtis E. Lind, Brad S. Evans, Joseph J.U. Taylor, Alex E. Safari Show preview | PDF (194 K) | Supplementary content | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► We estimate the heritability, genetic correlations and G × E in pearl quality traits ► Pearl size, colour, lustre, complexion had low-moderate heritability ► Pearl shape was found to have low heritability ► G × E effects were present for some traits ► First estimation of genetic parameters for pearl oysters Nutrition Effects of carnosine supplementation to an all-plant protein diet for rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) G. Scott Snyder, T. Gibson Gaylord, Frederic T. Barrows, Kenneth Overturf, Kenneth D. Cain, Rodney A. Hill, Ronald W. Hardy Show preview | PDF (295 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► Carnosine supplementation does not improve growth performance of trout fed an all-plantprotein diet. ► Cellular muscle development was not enhanced by carnosine supplementation. ► Feeding trout an all-plant-protein diet results in increased muscle protein degradation via calpain induced proteolysis. Picochlorum as an alternative to Nannochloropsis for grouper larval rearing Tsung-Yuan Chen, Han-You Lin, Chin-Chiu Lin, Chung-Kuan Lu, Yi-Min Chen Show preview | articles

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Effects of dietary protein level on growth performance, nitrogen and energy budget of juvenile hybrid sturgeon, Acipenser baerii ♀ × A. gueldenstaedtii ♂ Zhiqiang Guo, Xiaoming Zhu, Jiashou Liu, Dong Han, Yunxia Yang, Zeqiao Lan, Shouqi Xie Show preview | PDF (492 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► The optimal dietary protein level of juvenile hybrid sturgeon was 340 to 370 g kg− 1. ► Nitrogen and energy budget equation of the fish was established. ► High protein diets resulted in inferior growth performance of the fish. ► High protein diets for the fish farm should be carefully evaluated. Protein hydrolysates from yeast and pig blood as alternative raw materials in microdiets for gilthead sea bream (Sparus aurata) larvae Enric Gisbert, Ali Skalli, Ignacio Fernández, Yannis Kotzamanis, Jose Luis ZamboninoInfante, Rogelio Fabregat Show preview | PDF (471 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► Yeast and pig blood protein hydrolysates were tested in diets for fish larvae. ► The quality of fish fed on these feeds was similar to that of fish fed live prey. ► Deformities in fish fed these feeds were lower in comparison to a standard feed. ► Tested raw materials promoted gut maturation in comparison to a standard feed. ► Amino acids (Leu, Phe, Val) affect fish larval skeletogenesis. Aquaculture Journals

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Preferential feeding on high quality diets decreases methyl mercury of farm-raised common carp (Cyprinus carpio L.) Sebastian Schultz, Birgit Vallant, Martin J. Kainz Show preview | PDF (379 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Sponsored Article Highlights ► Common carp of semi-intensive aquacultures feed on natural and artificial food sources. ► Main dietary sources of methyl mercury of cultivated common carp are identified. ► Carp actively select diets of highest biochemical quality. ► Carp preferentially feed on artificial diets based on marine fish oils. ► Artificial diets reduce methyl mercury accumulation of cultivated common carp. Effect of high frequency of intermittent light on the growth and fatty acid profile of Isochrysis galbana Miwa Yoshioka, Takahide Yago, Yumiko Yoshie-Stark, Hisayuki Arakawa, Tsutomu Morinaga Show preview | articles

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Effects of dietary protein level and source on the growth and survival of two genetic lines of specific-pathogen-free Pacific white shrimp, Penaeus vannamei Hui Gong, Donghuo Jiang, Frank Alig, Addison L. Lawrence Show preview | PDF (419 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► This is an initial study of potential interaction between genetics and nutrition. ► Diets containing different protein sources yielded similar growth and survival. ► Two shrimp lines grew similarly regardless of dietary protein levels or sources. ► Dietary plant protein level interacted with shrimp line on survival. Carob seed germ meal as a partial substitute in gilthead sea bream (Sparus aurata) diets: Amino acid retention, digestibility, gut and liver histology Silvia Martínez-Llorens, Rosa Baeza-Ariño, Silvia Nogales-Mérida, Miguel Jover-Cerdá, Ana Tomás-Vidal Show preview | articles

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High growth rates in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) fed 7.5% fish meal in the diet. Micro-, ultra- and nano-filtration of stickwater and effects of different fractions and compounds on pellet quality and fish performance. Katerina Kousoulaki, Hanne Jorun Olsen, Sissel Albrektsen, Eyolf Langmyhr, Svein A. Mjøs, Paddy Campbell, Anders Aksnes Show preview | PDF (405 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► Very high Atlantic salmon growth with diets containing 7.5% marine protein sources. ► The fish meal soluble protein quality affects fish performance and pellet quality. ► Hyp or tau supplementation in low fish meal diets does not affect salmon growth. Changes in gut-associated flora and bacterial digestive enzymes during the development stages of abalone (Haliotis diversicolor) Jing Zhao, Bo Shi, Qing-ru Jiang, Cai-huan Ke Show preview | PDF (557 K) | Supplementary content | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► We investigate the development of gut microflora in the small abalone Haliotis diversicolor. ► We study the effect of various diet on the bacterial communities. ► An unique but interrelated bacterial flora are developed in the abalone gut. ► The successional changes are coincident with the shift in diets. ► The artificial diets interrupt the succession of gut bacterial flora. Aquaculture Journals

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Effects of tribasic copper chloride on growth, copper status, antioxidant activities, immune responses and intestinal microflora of blunt snout bream (Megalobrama amblycephala) fed practical diets Xian-Ping Shao, Wen-Bin Liu, Kang-Le Lu, Wei-Na Xu, Wei-Wei Zhang, Ying Wang, Jie Zhu Show preview | PDF (249 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► Diets with 3–6 mg Cu kg− 1 significantly increased WG and SGR. ► Diets with 9 mg Cu kg− 1 significantly increased feed efficiency. ► Diets with 50–150 mg Cu kg− 1 significantly increased Cu status in tissues. ► Diets with 9–100 mg Cu kg− 1 significantly increased hepatic T-AOC. ► Diets with 100–150 mg Cu kg− 1 significantly increase AKP and ACP. Replacement of fishmeal with poultry by-product meal in the diet of Florida pompano Trachinotus carolinus L. Waldemar Rossi Jr., D. Allen Davis Show preview | PDF (273 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► Poultry by-product meal based, fishmeal-free diets for Florida pompano. ► Fishmeal is isonitrogenously replaced with poultry by-product meal in 40% CP diets. ► Methionine and lysine are not causative factors of reduced growth performance. ► Taurine supplementation (0.75 g/100 g) enhances growth performance of pompano. ► Taurine appears to be conditionally essential in the diet of Florida pompano. Effects of different dietary glycyrrhetinic acid (GA) levels on growth, body composition and plasma biochemical index of juvenile channel catfish, Ictalurus punctatus Guang-zhen Jiang, Wen-bin Liu, Gui-feng Li, Min Wang, Xiang-fei Li Show preview | PDF (183 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► We find GA reduced intraperitoneal fat deposition and promoted lipolysis in fish. ► GA has little effect on growth and dressed carcass (without visceral) in the fish. ► GA can increase the edible part ratio in channel catfish. ► The effect on lipid deposition may be due to promoting lipolysis. Assessment of estrogenic and thyrogenic activities in fish feeds Alba Quesada-García, Ana Valdehita, Ma. Luisa Fernández-Cruz, Esther Leal, Elisa Sánchez, Mónica Martín-Belinchón, José M. Cerdá-Reverter, José M. Navas Show preview | PDF (758 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► Estrogenic and thyrogenic activities in fish feed extracts were assessed. ► A new stably transfected cell line with the sea bass estrogen receptor was used. ► Estrogenic activity was detected in 11 out of 32 tested pellets. ► A strong activation of the thyroid receptor was caused by 21 of the 32 tested feeds. Physiology and Endocrinology A novel approach to evaluate the relationship between measures of male fertility and egg fertilization in Penaeus monodon Stuart J. Arnold, Greg J. Coman, Charis Burridge, Min Rao Show preview | PDF (1058 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► Artificial insemination and genotyping embryos used as a novel approach. ► Sperm count and morphology correlated between left and right side spermatophores. ► Fertilization potential of males could not be determined by sperm count or morphology. ► Fertilization Aquaculture Journals

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potential is highly variable between males. ► Male fertilization potential more likely influenced by sperm quality than quantity. The effect of environmental salinity on H+ efflux in the euryhaline barramundi (Lates calcarifer) J.C. Weakley, J.B. Claiborne, K.A. Hyndman, S.L. Edwards Show preview | PDF (994 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► Salinity affects the rate Barramundi are able to compensate for pH perturbations. ► Salinity alters the pattern of relative expression of H+ excreting transporters. ► This is the first step in developing an improvement to long-term transport protocols of this species. Toward a sustainable production of genetically improved all-male prawn (Macrobrachium rosenbergii): Evaluation of production traits and obtaining neofemales in three Indian strains Eli D. Aflalo, Dandu V.S.N. Raju, Naidu A. Bommi, Johny T. Verghese, Thampi Y.C. Samraj, Gideon Hulata, Ofer Ovadia, Amir Sagi Show preview | PDF (799 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► All-male prawn culture presents promising avenues for increasing yield and income. ► Three Indian geographically isolated prawn strains were assessed for all male culture. ► The West Bengal strain showed best performance after eight months growout in ponds. ► Functional neo-females were achieved via androgenic gland ablation. ► Reciprocal strain cross of neo-females and males is suggested for monosex production. The roles of ribosomal protein S3a in ovarian development of Fenneropenaeus merguiensis (De Man) Raphatphorn Navakanitworakul, Panchalika Deachamag, Monwadee Wonglapsuwan, Wilaiwan Chotigeat Show preview | PDF (1111 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► RPS3a expression was upregulated during the ovarian development. ► Incubation of 5HT with ovarian shrimp’s explants activated the RPS3a expression. ► The recombinant RPS3a protein stimulated the SOP and TCTP gene expression. ► FITC-RPS3a was imported into the ovarian cells. Effects of stocking density and sustained aerobic exercise on growth, energetics and welfare of rainbow trout D.J. McKenzie, E. Höglund, A. Dupont-Prinet, B.K. Larsen, P.V. Skov, P.B. Pedersen, A. Jokumsen Show preview | articles

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Improvement in hatching rates in the Japanese eel Anguilla japonica by the control of rearing temperatures in the late stage of maturation in the female parents Masayuki Yoshikawa Show preview | PDF (699 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► A temperature of 18 °C helps improving hatching rates of artificially matured eels. ► The hatching rates at 20 and 18 °C were 16.6% and 45.9%, respectively. ► At 18 °C, rapid progression of oocyte development was prevented. ► At 18 °C, the optimal time interval for ovulation induction was prolonged. ► At 18 °C, the probability of optimal timing of ovulation induction increased.

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Effects of feeding level and sexual maturation on carcass and fillet characteristics and indices of protein degradation in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) Beth M. Cleveland, P. Brett Kenney, Meghan L. Manor, Gregory M. Weber Show preview | PDF (1120 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► We examined indices of protein turnover during maturation in rainbow trout. ► Proteolysisrelated gene expression increased in white muscle during mid to late-stage vitellogenesis. ► High levels of feed intake prevented muscle atrophy. ► Maturation-related signals may regulate muscle protein degradation during maturation. Production Science Effects of feed loading on nitrogen balances and fish performance in replicated recirculating aquaculture systems Lars-Flemming Pedersen, Karin I. Suhr, Johanne Dalsgaard, Per B. Pedersen, Erik Arvin Show preview | PDF (556 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► Replicated RAS study with 4 levels of feed loading (4-fold nitrate range up to 200 mg N/L). ► No fish mortality and similar, high feed utilization efficiency in all trials. ► Diurnal Nbalance measurements in RAS before/after treatment compartments. ► Comprehensive water sampling and associated modeling of TAN. Density-dependent effects on morphological plasticity of Mytilus gallloprovincialis in suspended culture Alhambra M. Cubillo, Laura G. Peteiro, María José Fernández-Reiriz, Uxío Labarta Show preview | PDF (3521 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ►Morphological plasticity in cultured mussels was analyzed along a density gradient. ►Differences in morphological ratios (H/L, W/L and H/W) due to density were observed. ►No influence of culture density on the energy distribution (CI) was detected. ►Volume– Length and Area–Length allometries suggested asymmetric competition processes. ►Morphological plasticity mitigate the effect of intra-specific competition in mussels. Effect of water exchange, salinity regime, stocking density and diets on growth and survival of domesticated black tiger shrimp Penaeus monodon (Fabricius, 1798) reared in sand-based recirculating systems Hoa Nguyen Duy, Greg John Coman, Mathieu Wille, Roeland Wouters, Hung Nguyen Quoc, Thanh Vu, Dong Tran Kim, Hao Nguyen Van, Patrick Sorgeloos Show preview | articles

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Epinephrine and L-DOPA promote larval settlement and metamorphosis of the tropical oyster, Crassostrea iredalei (Faustino, 1932): An oyster hatchery perspective C.P. Teh, Y. Zulfigar, S.H. Tan Show preview | PDF (292 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► Both EPI and l-DOPA induced the oyster larval settlement. ► Oyster production can be increased by using EPI and l-DOPA. ► Lower concentrations induced larval settlement and decreased mortality. ► Larvae exposed for 1 h were cemented more compared to 24 h. Effect of temperature on gonad development of the Pacific geoduck clam (Panopea generosa Gould, 1850) Robert Marshall, R. Scott McKinley, Christopher M. Pearce Show preview | articles Aquaculture Journals

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Highlights ► We examine broodstock development of Panopea generosa over a range of temperatures. ► Results are applicable to hatchery conditioning of geoduck broodstock. ► Prolonged spawning and gamete generation are achieved at 11 °C. ► Gonads degenerate at 19 °C. ► 7 °C inhibits spawning but maintains high levels of gonad development. Vulnerability of carp larvae to copepod predation as a function of larval age and body length Ram Kumar, Sami Souissi, Jiang-Shiou Hwang Show preview | PDF (965 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► This paper deals with cyclopoid copepod predation in two important carp larvae. ► The mortality imposed by the copepods occurred during the first days of fish larvae. ► The mortality imposed by copepods persisted in presence of alternative prey species. ► Above a critical size the fish larvae become invulnerable to copepod predation. ► This paper offers recommendations for enhancing the efficiency of nursery rearing. Effects of stocking density, feeding, fertilization and combined fertilization-feeding on the performances of striped grey mullet (Mugil cephalus L.) fingerlings in brackishwater pond rearing systems G. Biswas, Debasis De, A.R. Thirunavukkarasu, M. Natarajan, J.K. Sundaray, M. Kailasam, Prem Kumar, T.K. Ghoshal, A.G. Ponniah, A. Sarkar Show preview | articles

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Short Communications Detection of the OsHV-1 μVar in the Pacific oyster Crassostrea gigas before 2008 in France and description of two new microvariants of the Ostreid Herpesvirus 1 (OsHV1) C. Martenot, S. Fourour, E. Oden, A. Jouaux, E. Travaillé, J.P. Malas, M. Houssin Show preview | PDF (211 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► Two hundred and six samples of Crassostrea gigas were analyzed for the detection of variants of the Ostreid Herpesvirus 1. ► First report of the detection of the Ostreid Herpesvirus 1 μVar before 2008 in France.► The Ostreid Herpesvirus 1 μVar was often detected.► Two new variants were described. Anisakis pegreffii experimental challenge in Dicentrarchus labrax: An endoscopic study Francesco Macrì, Giovanni Lanteri, Giuseppe Rapisarda, Antonella Costa, Fabio Marino Show preview | articles

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Analysis of farmed fish movements between catchments identifies a simple compartmentalised management strategy for bacterial kidney disease in Scottish aquaculture L.A. Munro, I.S. Wallace Show preview | PDF (414 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► Live fish movements have been identified as a risk in the spread of BKD. ► We analyse movements of live fish between the salmon and trout industries. ► Low cross compartment movements support a compartmentalised management strategy. ► Principles developed have provided advice to policy makers. ► A new disease control strategy for BKD has been implemented. Aquaculture Journals

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Effects of different seaweed diets on growth, digestibility, and ammonia-nitrogen production of the sea cucumber Apostichopus japonicus (Selenka) Sudong Xia, Hongsheng Yang, Yong Li, Shilin Liu, Yi Zhou, Lili Zhang Show preview | PDF (208 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► The first study to use ammonia-nitrogen production as an indicator to evaluate feed quality. ► The results will give good suggestion for formulated feed of A. japonicas and for seaweed culture. ► The research showed that L. japonica and U. lactuca are the best choice in sea cucumber culture. Induction of triploidy in turbot (Scophthalmus maximus) does not affect gross body morphology and skeleton characteristics Jorge Hernández-Urcera, Eva Torres, Daniel Barreiro, Andrés Barreiro-Lois, Josep Alonso, Rosa Cal, Josep Rotllant Show preview | PDF (550 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► Production of triploid fish has been associated with morphological malformations. ► Body characteristics were determined in diploid and triploid hatchery-reared turbot. ► None of the body ratios showed significant differences between ploidy groups. ► The incidence of fish with skeletal abnormalities was similar in both groups. Corrigendums Corrigendum to “Validation of single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) markers from an immune Expressed Sequence Tag (EST) turbot, Scophthalmus maximus, database” [Journal_Title. Volume (200x) start page–end page] Paulino Martínez Show preview |

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Corrigendum to “Identification of genes involved in immune response of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) to IPN virus infection, using expressed sequence tags (EST) analysis” [Aquaculture 318 (2011) 54–60] Victoria Cepeda, Catalina Cofre, Ruth González, Simon MacKenzie, Rodrigo Vidal Show preview |

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A Aqquuaaccuullttuurraall EEnnggiinneeeerriinngg VOLUME 47, ISSUE 1, MARCH 2012

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Research articles Effect of water recirculation on seawater quality and production of scallop (Pecten maximus) larvae Thorolf Magnesen, Anita Jacobsen Show preview | PDF (453 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► Effect of water recirculation system on seawater quality and production of scallop larvae. ► Decrease in dissolved and pH was observed. ► Results show that scallop larvae could be reared in RAS to settlement despite reduction in oxygen saturation and pH. ► The results show a large potential for 80% reduction of seawater in the production. Dynamic analyses of floating fish cage collars in waves Shixiao Fu, Torgeir Moan Show preview | articles

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Hydrodynamic characterization and performance evaluation of an aerobic three phase airlift fluidized bed reactor in a recirculation aquaculture system for Nile Tilapia production Iván Andrés Sánchez O., Tsunao Matsumoto Show preview | PDF (1083 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► We evaluated a three-phase fluidized bed reactor as a biofiltration option. ► We made the hydrodynamic characterization of the three-phase fluidized bed reactor. ► At the HRT evaluated the treatment system showed a TAN removal of 27.1%. ► The average organic matter removal at the RAS was of 47.4% to BOD and 77.3% to COD. Carbon dioxide stripping in aquaculture. Part 1: Terminology and reporting John Colt, Barnaby Watten, Tim Pfeiffer Show preview | PDF (805 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► The true CO2 removal rate is equal to the decrease in total carbonate concentration. ► The apparent removal rate is equal to the decrease in CO2 after re-equilibration. ► The true removal is larger for high alkalinities and seawater. ► The difference between the two removals is small for low alkalinities in freshwater. Carbon dioxide stripping in aquaculture – Part II: Development of gas transfer models John Colt, Barnaby Watten, Tim Pfeiffer Show preview | PDF (651 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► It is proposed that the standard condition for carbon dioxide stripping should be 20 °C, 1 atm, , and . ► This standard condition will ensure transfer rates will be comparable even though the value of in the atmosphere is increasing with time. ► The computation of mass transfer for carbon dioxide is complicated by the impact of gas phase enrichment and the hydration reaction. ► Carbon dioxide can be treated as a non-reactive gas in packed columns for cold acidic waters but not for warm alkaline waters. Carbon dioxide stripping in aquaculture – Part III: Model verification John Colt, Barnaby Watten, Tim Pfeiffer Aquaculture Journals

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Show preview | PDF (852 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► For the non steady-state test, conventional methods are a good fit for < 1.5/h. ► At higher values of , the fit breaks down for all the methods considered. ► The packed column can be modeled by the fixed or variable saturation models. ► values for the packed column must be computed from the variable saturation model. ► The variability of is reduced when the kinetics are slow (low pH and temperature). Loads applied to aquaculture nets by the biting behaviour of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) E. Høy, Z. Volent, H. Moe-Føre, T. Dempster Show preview | PDF (433 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► We developed a technique to measure pull forces from fish biting at aquaculture nets. ► Different pull strength was recorded for two size classes of Atlantic cod. ► Different net material properties influenced the biting lateral pull force. ► Pull strengths of all bites exceeded the breaking strength of single nylon filaments. AES Application Form Show preview |

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A Aqquuaaccuullttuurree IInntteerrnnaattiioonnaall VOLUME 20, PART 1, FEBRUARY 2012

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A Aqquuaaccuullttuurree N Nuuttrriittiioonn VOLUME 18, PART 1, FEBRUARY 2012

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Diversity of siderophore-producing bacteria isolated from the intestinal tracts of fish along the Japanese coast (pages 481–488) Haruo Sugita, Hirotaka Mizuki and Shiro Itoi Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(628K) References PCR-DGGE analysis of the autochthonous gut microbiota of grouper Epinephelus coioides following probiotic Bacillus clausii administration (pages 489–497) Hong-Ling Yang, Yun-Zhang Sun, Ru-Long Ma and Ji-Dan Ye Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(682K) References Development and characterization of a fibroblastic-like cell line from caudal fin of the red-line torpedo, Puntius denisonii (Day) (Teleostei: Cyprinidae) (pages 498–508) Thangaraj R Swaminathan, Wazir S Lakra, Achamveettil Gopalakrishnan, Valaparambil S Basheer, Basdeo Kushwaha and Kavungal A Sajeela Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(1240K) References Seasonal movements of Atlantic rock crab (Cancer irroratus Say) transplanted into a mussel aquaculture site (pages 509–517) Luc André Comeau, Rémi Sonier and John Mark Hanson Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(902K) References Antibacterial effect of short-chain fatty acids on gnotobiotic Artemia franciscana nauplii against Vibrio parahaemolyticus (pages 518–525) Grasian Immanuel, Madasamy Sivagnanavelmurugan and Arunachalam Palavesam Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(688K) References Biological characteristics of the improved extensive shrimp system in the Mekong delta of Vietnam (pages 526–537) Nguyen Tho, Roel Merckx and Vu Ngoc Ut Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(1020K) References Supplementation effect(s) of organic acids and/or lipid to plant protein-based diets on juvenile yellowtail, Seriola quinqueradiata Temminck et Schlegel 1845, growth and, nitrogen and phosphorus excretion (pages 538–545) Md. Shah Alam Sarker, Shuichi Satoh, Keisuke Kamata, Yutaka Haga and Yoshihiro Yamamoto Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(602K) References Spermatozoon ultrastructure and sperm cryopreservation of the Brazilian dry season spawner fish pirapitinga, Brycon nattereri (pages 546–555) Ana T M Viveiros, Alexandre N Maria, Thiciana B Amaral, Laura H Orfão, Ziara A Isau and Rosicleire Veríssimo-Silveira Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(727K) References Characterization of a megalocytivirus from cultured rock bream, Oplegnathus fasciatus (Temminck & Schlege), in China (pages 556–564) Min Zhang, Zhi-zhong Xiao, Yong-hua Hu and Li Sun Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(792K) References Supporting Information The fatty acid profiles and energetic substrates of two Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus, Linnaeus) strains, Red-Stirling and Chitralada, and their hybrid (pages 565– 576) Vanessa Ap R O Vieira, Alexandre W S Hilsdorf and Renata Guimarães Moreira Aquaculture Journals

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Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(646K) References A comparison of the fatty acid profiles of adult tissues, and newly hatched, fed and starved Lysmata amboinensis larvae (pages 577–587) Vasiliki Tziouveli and Greg G Smith Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(779K) References Analysis on ‘Whole Red’ of patterns Oujiang colour carp (Cyprinus carpio var.color ) by SRAP and SCAR markers (pages 588–594) Ze-Hui Hu, Yao-Ping Lv, Cheng-Hui Wang and Song-Ping Xiang Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(651K) References Effect of turbidity on the ultraviolet disinfection performance in recirculating aquaculture systems with low water exchange (pages 595–606) Mariel Gullian, Francisco J Espinosa-Faller, Alicia Núñez and Norberto López-Barahona Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(803K) References Environmental conditions and occurrence of hypoxia within production cages of Atlantic salmon on the south coast of Newfoundland (pages 607–620) Kim Burt, Dounia Hamoutene, Gehan Mabrouk, Chris Lang, Thomas Puestow, Dwight Drover, Randy Losier and Fred Page Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(962K) References Production performance of sutchi catfish Pangasianodon hypophthalmus S. in restricted feeding regime: effects on gut, liver and meat quality (pages 621–627) A K M Rohul Amin, M Ashraful Islam, M Abdul Kader, Mahbuba Bulbul, Mostafa A R Hossain and M Ekram Azim Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(685K) References An assessment of hatchery effects on Florida bass (Micropterus salmoides floridanus) microsatellite genetic diversity and sib-ship reconstruction (pages 628–638) James D. Austin, Aria Johnson, Michael Matthews, Michael D. Tringali, Wesley F. Porak and Micheal S. Allen Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(672K) References Supporting Information Previous – Top – Next

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A Aqquuaattiicc LLiivviinngg R Reessoouurrcceess VOLUME 23, PART 4, OCTOBER-DECEMBER 2009

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B Buulllleettiinn ooff tthhee EEuurrooppeeaann A Assssoocciiaattiioonn ooff FFiisshh PPaatthhoollooggiissttss VOLUME 31, PART 3, MAY 2011

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C Caannaaddiiaann JJoouurrnnaall ooff FFiisshheerriieess aanndd A Aqquuaattiicc SScciieennccee VOLUME 68, PART 3, MARCH 2011

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C Cuurrrreenntt O Oppiinniioonn iinn M Miiccrroobbiioollooggyy VOLUME 15, PART 1, FEBRUARY 2012

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Research articles Peel AJ, Hartley M, Cunningham AA Qualitative risk analysis of introducing Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis to the UK through the importation of live amphibians | Full text in pdf format Hidalgo-Vila J, Díaz-Paniagua C, Marchand MA, Cunningham AA Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis infection of amphibians in the Doñana National Park, Spain | Full text in pdf format Wangman P, Senapin S, Chaivisuthangkura P, Longyant S, Rukpratanporn S, Sithigorngul P Production of monoclonal antibodies specific to Macrobrachium rosenbergii nodavirus using recombinant capsid protein | Full text in pdf format Buchmann K, Skovgaard A, Kania PW Myxobolus groenlandicus n. sp. (Myxozoa) distorting skeletal structures and musculature of Greenland halibut Reinhardtius hippoglossoides (Teleostei: Pleuronectidae) | Full text in pdf format Gheorghiu C, Marcogliese DJ, Scott ME Waterborne zinc alters temporal dynamics of guppy Poecilia reticulata epidermal response to Gyrodactylus turnbulli (Monogenea) | Full text in pdf format Ek-Huchim JP, Jimenez-Garcia I, Pérez-Vega JA, Rodríguez-Canul R Non-lethal detection of DNA from Cichlidogyrus spp. (Monogenea, Ancyrocephalinae) in gill mucus of the Nile tilapia Oreochromis niloticus | Full text in pdf format Weil E, Irikawa A, Casareto B, Suzuki Y Extended geographic distribution of several Indo-Pacific coral reef diseases | Full text in pdf format NOTE De Paula CD, Pacífico-Assis EC, Catão-Dias JL Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in amphibians confiscated from illegal wildlife trade and used in an ex situ breeding program in Brazil | Full text in pdf format Previous – Top – Next

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FFiisshh & & SShheellllffiisshh IIm mm muunnoollooggyy VOLUME 32, PART 3, MARCH 2012

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Research articles Characterization of subpopulations and immune-related parameters of hemocytes in the green-lipped mussel Perna viridis Youji Wang, Menghong Hu, M.W.L. Chiang, P.K.S. Shin, S.G. Cheung Show preview | articles

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Study on the immune enhancement of different immunoadjuvants used in the pentavalent vaccine for turbots Zhang Zheng, Wang Yingeng, Wang Qingyin, Deng Nannan, Liao Meijie, Qu Jiangbo, Li Bin, Wang Lan Show preview | PDF (825 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► We investigated the immune synergies of three adjuvants used in turbot vaccine. ► They’re astragalus polysaccharide(APS), propolis, Freund’s complete adjuvant(FCA). ► All these adjuvants can improve the immunity of turbot to a certain degree. ► APS and propolis have similar immune enhancing effects but lower than FCA. Differential expression and biological activity of two piscidin paralogues and a novel splice variant in Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua L.) Jareeporn Ruangsri, Scott A. Salger, Christopher M.A. Caipang, Viswanath Kiron, Jorge M.O. Fernandes Show preview | PDF (803 K) | Supplementary content articles | Related reference work articles Graphical abstract

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Highlights ► Cod pis1 and pis2 have a four-exon structure and are under positive selection. ► Pis2 has an alternatively spliced transcript (pis2-β) that is differentially expressed. ► The putative mature peptides display an amphipathic α-helical structure. ► Expression of pis1 in immunerelated organs is affected by immunostimulation. ► Pis1 has potent antibacterial and antiparasitic activity. Effects of dietary Ergosan on cutaneous mucosal immune response in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) Najmeh Sheikhzadeh, Atefeh Karimi Pashaki, Katayoon Nofouzi, Marzieh Heidarieh, Hossein Tayefi-Nasrabadi Show preview | PDF (161 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► Administration of Ergosan significantly enhanced growth performance in rainbow trout. ► Some enzyme activities were significantly enhanced in fish mucus received Ergosan. ► Aquaculture Journals

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Mucus in treatment group showed strong antibacterial activity compared with control. ► Strong haemagglutination was shown in treatment group compared with control group. Molecular characterization of toll-like receptor 2 (TLR2), analysis of its inductive expression and associated down-stream signaling molecules following ligands exposure and bacterial infection in the Indian major carp, rohu (Labeo rohita) Mrinal Samanta, Banikalyan Swain, Madhubanti Basu, Padmaja Panda, Girish B. Mohapatra, Bikash R. Sahoo, Nikhil K. Maiti Show preview | PDF (2021 K) | Supplementary content | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► TLR2 cDNA was cloned in the Indian major carp rohu (Labeo rohita). ► TLR2 gene expression was detected in ontogenesis at 7 h post fertilization onwards. ► A broad range of TLR2 gene expression was detected in various organs and tissues. ► Ligands exposure and bacterial infections modulated TLR2 gene expressions. ► PGN induced TLR2, MyD88 and TRAF6 gene and activated NF-κB to induce IL-8. Ecotoxicological evaluation of tributyltin toxicity to the equilateral venus clam, Gomphina veneriformis (Bivalvia: Veneridae) Kiyun Park, Rosa Kim, Jung Jun Park, Hyun Chool Shin, Jung Sick Lee, Hyeon Seo Cho, Yeon Gyu Lee, Jongkyu Kim, Inn-Sil Kwak Show preview | PDF (882 K) | Supplementary content | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► TBT induce biological, biochemical, and molecular changes in G. veneriformis clam. ► TBT toxicity show to delayed growth and reduction of the gonad index of clams. ► The sex balance and rate of intersex gonad were changed in clam exposed to TBT. ► TBT induce to reduction of the filtration rate, and abnormal gill morphology. ► TBT exposure change antioxidant enzyme level and VTG mRNA expression in clams. Colony-stimulating factor-1 receptor protein expression is a specific marker for goldfish (Carassius auratus L.) macrophage progenitors and their differentiated cell types Barbara A. Katzenback, Miodrag Belosevic Show preview | PDF (1712 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► Anti-CSF-1R recognized a CSF-1R+ cells from kidney, spleen, and liver tissues. ► The CSF-1R+ cells comprised of macrophages, monocytes, and their progenitors. ► CSF-1R+ progenitors declined during cultivation, coinciding with monocyte/macrophage development. ► CSF-1R expression increased with teleost macrophage development. Two Kazal-type protease inhibitors from Macrobrachium nipponense and Eriocheir sinensis: Comparative analysis of structure and activities Ye-Qing Qian, Ye Li, Fan Yang, Yan-Qin Yu, Jin-Shu Yang, Wei-Jun Yang Show preview | PDF (2117 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► We cloned two Kazal-type protease-inhibitor genes and test their inhibitory activities. ► Man-KPI and Ers-KPI can strongly inhibit elastase and chymotrypsin. ► Their inhibition mechanisms and active domain were uncovered. ► SDS-PAGE and Western blot confirmed the protease–inhibitor interaction. ► Man-KPI and Ers-KPI can inhibit the gelatinolytic activities of sperm proteases from their own species. Effects of NV gene knock-out recombinant viral hemorrhagic septicemia virus (VHSV) on Mx gene expression in Epithelioma papulosum cyprini (EPC) cells and olive flounder (Paralichthys olivaceus) Min Sun Kim, Ki Hong Kim Aquaculture Journals

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Show preview | PDF (432 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► The role of VHSV NV gene in relation to type I interferon response was investigated. ► The NV protein of VHSV might have an ability to suppress IFN-I response in EPC cells. ► Lacking of NV in rVHSV-ΔNV-EGFP brought to strong IFN response in olive flounder. Short Sequence Report Molecular cloning and comprehensive characterization of cathepsin D in the Miiuy croaker Miichthys miiuy Xuezhu Liu, Ge Shi, Dalian Cui, Rixin Wang, Tianjun Xu Show preview | PDF (1051 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► A cathepsin D (CTSD) was cloned from Miichthys miiuy. ► CTSD was highly expressed in muscle and fin. ► CTSD was under an overall strong purifying select pressure. Short Communication A novel putative lipoprotein receptor (CasLpR) in the hemocytes of the blue crab, Callinectes sapidus: Cloning and up-regulated expression after the injection of LPS and LTA Naoaki Tsutsui, J. Sook Chung Show preview | articles Graphical abstract

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Highlights ► A novel putative lipoprotein receptor (CasLpR) cDNA is isolated from hemocytes of the blue crab, Callinectes sapidus. ► This receptor contains a multiple putative functional domains (Schematic diagram). ► CasLpR expression is exclusive in hemocytes. ► Its expression is up-regulated after LPS and LTA challenges. Molecular cloning of orange-spotted grouper (Epinephelus coioides) TLR21 and expression analysis post Cryptocaryon irritans infection Yan-Wei Li, Xiao-Chun Luo, Xue-Ming Dan, Wei Qiao, Xia-Zi Huang, An-Xing Li Show preview | PDF (1089 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► TLR21, identified in chicken to recognize CpG-ODN, was firstly cloned in grouper. ► Sequence analysis of EcTLR21 and EcTLR9 shows their possibility to recognize CpG-ODN. ► The expression of both receptors was regulated similarly post Cryptocaryon irritans infection. ► TLR21 (in birds) and TLR9 (in mammals) coexist in fish and may function similarly. Identification of glutaredoxin 1 and glutaredoxin 2 genes from Venerupis philippinarum and their responses to benzo[a]pyrene and bacterial challenge Changkao Mu, Qing Wang, Zeyi Yuan, Zhendong Zhang, Chunlin Wang Show preview | articles Highlights Aquaculture Journals

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► Two isoforms of glutaredoxin gene were identified from Venerupis philippinarum. ► VpGrx1 and VpGrx2 transcripts were detected in a wide range of tissues. ► Their mRNA levels increased significantly at 24 h after BaP and bacterial challenge. ► VpGrx1 and VpGrx2 involved in immune and antioxidant response of V. philippinarum. The use of warmed water treatment to induce protective immunity against the bacterial cold-water disease pathogen Flavobacterium psychrophilum in ayu (Plecoglossus altivelis) K. Sugahara, M. Eguchi Show preview | PDF (420 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► We investigated protective immunity in ayu against bacterial cold-water disease. ► Fish treated with 28 °C warmed water after infection had low cumulative mortality. ► Treated fish showed high antibody titers against Flavobacterium psychrophilum. ► The warmed water treatment not only cures, but also immunizes the fish. Molecular cloning and expression of two β-defensin and two mucin genes in common carp (Cyprinus carpio L.) and their up-regulation after β-glucan feeding Maria van der Marel, Mikołaj Adamek, Santiago F. Gonzalez, Patrick Frost, Jan H.W.M. Rombout, Geert F. Wiegertjes, Huub F.J. Savelkoul, Dieter Steinhagen Show preview | PDF (794 K) | Supplementary content | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► Two carp mucin genes were found and were highly similar to mammalian Muc2 and Muc5B. ► Muc2 was mostly expressed in intestine and Muc5B in skin. ► Two carp βdefensin genes were found which clustered well with BD1 and BD2. ► BD1 was found in skin and BD2 in liver. ► β-Glucan feeding increased expression of Muc5B, BD1, BD2 in skin and BD2 in gills. Previous – Top – Next

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Research articles Molecular cloning and expression profiles of nitric oxide synthase (NOS) in mud crab Scylla paramamosain Shengkang Li, Zhao Zhang, Chuanbiao Li, Lizhen Zhou, Wenhua Liu, Yuanyou Li, Yueling Zhang, Huaiping Zheng, Xiaobo Wen Show preview | PDF (1973 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► NOS contained full-length ORF was cloned from the mud crab Scylla paramamosain. ► NOS mRNA were induced in midintestine, hepatopancrease and hemocytes. ► The NOS activity in hemocytes showed significant increase after immune challenges. Mitochondrial thioredoxin-2 from Manila clam (Ruditapes philippinarum) is a potent antioxidant enzyme involved in antibacterial response Navaneethaiyer Umasuthan, Kasthuri Saranya Revathy, Youngdeuk Lee, Ilson Whang, Jehee Lee Show preview | articles Graphical abstract

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Highlights ► Molecular characterization of mitochondrial thioredoxin-2 in Manila clam (RpTRx-2). ► Functional assays for insulin reduction activity and protection of supercoiled DNA. ► Tissue specific expression profile of RpTRx-2. ► Response of RpTRx-2 against Vibrio and LPS in gill and hemocyte. ► Evidences for antioxidant property and antibacterial response of RpTRx-2. Global gene expression in channel catfish after vaccination with an attenuated Edwardsiella ictaluri Julia W. Pridgeon, Hung-Yueh Yeh, Craig A. Shoemaker, Xingjiang Mu, Phillip H. Klesius Show preview | PDF (929 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► Microarray was used to decipher the catfish transcriptome in response to Edwardsiella ictaluri vaccination. ► 52 and 129 genes were found to be upregulated and downregulated in vaccinated fish, respectively. ► Apolipoprotein A-I was upregulated the most (8.5 fold) at 48 h post vaccination. ► Differential regulation of three randomly selected genes in vaccinated fish was validated by qPCR. Cloning and expression analysis of recombination activating genes (RAG1/2) in red snapper (Lutjanus sanguineus) X.L. Zhang, Y.S. Lu, J.C. Jian, Z.H. Wu Show preview | PDF (2786 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► The full-length cDNA of RAG1 and RAG2 in Lutjanus sanguineus was firstly reported. ► Three and two important motifs were detected in RAG1 and RAG2. ► RAG1 and RAG2 in red snapper shared a high homology with other species. ► The RAGs transcripts were mainly detected in thymus in healthy red snapper. ► A time-dependent expression pattern of RAGs after immunization was observed. Identification and characterization of a serine protease inhibitor (PtSerpin) in the swimming crab Portunus trituberculatus Shuangyan Wang, Zhaoxia Cui, Yuan Liu, Qianqian Li, Chengwen Song Show preview | PDF (1062 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► A serpin serine protease inhibitor was identified from Portunus trituberculatus. ► The deduced amino acid sequence shared the highest similarity with that from Scylla paramamosain. ► PtSerpin and SpSerpin were closely related to serpins from Penaeus monodon and Daphnia pulex. ► The mRNA expression was highly detected in haemocyte and gill. ► The temporal expression showed different activation times against bacteria and fungi. The effect of fucoidan from brown seaweed Sargassum wightii on WSSV resistance and immune activity in shrimp Penaeus monodon (Fab) Grasian Immanuel, Madasamy Sivagnanavelmurugan, Thangapandi Marudhupandi, Srinivasan Radhakrishnan, Arunachalam Palavesam Aquaculture Journals

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Show preview | PDF (1541 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► Fucoidan of Sargassum wightii was prepared, supplemented with diets and fed to shrimp. ► Feeding trial was conducted for 45 days. ► Then challenged the shrimps with WSSV and determined mortality & immuno characters. ► All immune characters of experimental shrimp were significantly higher control. ► RT-PCR analysis confirmed reduction of WSSV DNA copies in experimental shrimps. Three clip domain serine proteases (cSPs) and one clip domain serine protease homologue (cSPH) identified from haemocytes and eyestalk cDNA libraries of swimming crab Portunus trituberculatus Qianqian Li, Zhaoxia Cui, Yuan Liu, Shuangyan Wang, Chengwen Song Show preview | PDF (1863 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► Four genes of Portunus trituberculatus (PtcSPH, PtcSP1-3) were characterized. ► The mRNA showed remarkable different expression levels in the examined tissues. ► The expression of PtcSPH showed greater change against Vibrio alginolyticus. ► PtcSPs and PtcSPH may play different roles in the antibacterial defence mechanism. The first chordate big defensin: Identification, expression and bioactivity Lei Teng, Bei Gao, Shicui Zhang Show preview | PDF (874 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► The first big defensin gene Bjbd is identified in the phylum Chordata. ► Bjbd expression is markedly elevated after challenge with LPS and LTA and bacteria. ► Recombinant BjBD inhibits the growth of S. aureus, E. coli and A. hydrophila. ► BjBD is an anti-infection agent involved in the removal of invading pathogens. Cloning and transcriptional analysis of two sialic acid-binding lectins (SABLs) from razor clam Solen grandis Jialong Yang, Xiumei Wei, Xiangquan Liu, Jie Xu, Dinglong Yang, Jianmin Yang, Jinghui Fang, Xiaoke Hu Show preview | PDF (808 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► We identified two novel SABLs genes from Solen grandis. ► SgSABL-1 and SgSABL-2 exhibited different expression patterns in tissues. ► Both SABLs could be induced by microorganism glycan with different levels. ► SgSABL-1 and SgSABL-2 might be involved in pathogens recognition. Inv1: An Edwardsiella tarda invasin and a protective immunogen that is required for host infection Mo-fei Li, Yong-hua Hu, Wen-jiang Zheng, Bo-guang Sun, Chun-lin Wang, Li Sun Show preview | PDF (476 K) | Supplementary content | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► Inv1 is a putative invasin that is localized on the surface of Edwardsiella tarda. ► The Inv1-defective mutant, TXInv1, is attenuated in overall bacterial virulence. ► TXInv1 is impaired in the ability to attach and invade into host cells. ► Antibody blocking of Inv1 reduces the infectivity of E. tarda against host cells. ► Recombinant Inv1 induces strong protective immunity in flounder. Short Communications

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Diagnostic capacity for viral haemorrhagic septicaemia virus (VHSV) infection in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) is greatly increased by combining viral isolation with specific antibody detection B.D. Schyth, E. Ariel, H. Korsholm, N.J. Olesen Show preview | PDF (406 K) | Supplementary content | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► We study the diagnosis of VHS viral disease in rainbow trout. ► We compare a plaque neutralization test with traditional virus isolation. ► We use material from two different outbreaks. ► Generally, the efficiency of the two techniques is inversely correlated. ► We isolated virus from some fish with high titres of neutralizing antibodies. Molecular characterization of three L-type lectin genes from channel catfish, Ictalurus punctatus and their responses to Edwardsiella ictaluri challenge Hao Zhang, Eric Peatman, Hong Liu, Tingting Feng, Liqiao Chen, Zhanjiang Liu Show preview | PDF (4254 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► Three L-type lectins were cloned in Ictalurus punctatus, the ERGIC-53, VIP36 and VIP36like. ► These L-type lectin genes involved in the immune responses of catfish after bacterial infection. ► L-type lectins can mediate macrophage-derived responses to infection in headkidney and brain. Identification and characterization of IL-1 receptor-associated kinase-4 (IRAK-4) in halfsmooth tongue sole Cynoglossus semilaevis Yan Yu, Qiwang Zhong, Chunmei Li, Liming Jiang, Yanan Wang, Yeying Sun, Xubo Wang, Zhigang Wang, Quanqi Zhang Show preview | PDF (370 K) | Supplementary content | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► We cloned csIRAK-4 and characterized its expression patterns. ► IRAK-4 was universally expressed in C. semilaevis. ► Higher levels of csIRAK-4 were found in immune-related organs, gonads and brain. ► csIRAK-4 might play a potential role in developmental regulation. ► Induced up-regulation of csIRAK-4 indicated its crucial role in immune response. Edwardsiella tarda DnaK: Expression, activity, and the basis for the construction of a bivalent live vaccine against E. tarda and Streptococcus iniae Yong-hua Hu, Wei Dang, Tian Deng, Li Sun Show preview | PDF (266 K) | Supplementary content | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► Expression of Edwardsiella tarda dnaK is upregulated under stress conditions. ► Recombinant DnaK possesses ATPase activity and is immunoprotective. ► A bivalent vaccine was created by fusing DnaK to a Streptococcus iniae antigen. ► The fusion antigen was expressed and secreted by Escherichia coli DH5α/pTDK. ► Vaccination with DH5α/pTDK induced cross protection against E. tarda and S. iniae. Previous – Top – Next

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Research articles Recent views on river pollution and diatoms Frédéric Rimet Download PDF (610.0 KB) View HTML Supplemental A community-based framework for aquatic ecosystem models Dennis Trolle, David P. Hamilton, Matthew R. Hipsey, Karsten Bolding and Jorn Bruggeman, et al. Download PDF (568.9 KB) View HTML Differential predatory and interference interactions between native and invasive freshwater amphipods and a co-occurring mysid (Crustacea) Calum MacNeil and Jaimie T. A. Dick Download PDF (320.8 KB) View HTML Do environmental changes or juvenile competition act as mechanisms of species displacement in crayfishes? Jacob T. Westhoff, Robert J. Distefano and Daniel D. Magoulick Download PDF (302.7 KB) View HTML Refining a kick sampling strategy for the bioassessment of benthic macroinvertebrates in headwater streams Hugh B. Feeley, Martina Woods, Jan-Robert Baars and Mary Kelly-Quinn Download PDF (399.7 KB) View HTML Chironomid faunal composition represented by taxonomic distinctness index reveals environmental change in a lotic system over three decades Djuradj Milošević, Vladica Simić, Milica Stojković and Ivana Živić Download PDF (437.4 KB) View HTML Hydro-morphologically related variance in benthic drift and its importance for numerical habitat modelling Christoph Hauer, Günther Unfer, Wolfram Graf, Patrick Leitner and Bernhard Zeiringer, et al. Download PDF (1.3 MB) View HTML Factors determining periphytic algae succession in a tropical hypereutrophic reservoir Murilo Borduqui and Carla Ferragut Download PDF (612.7 KB) View HTML Open Access Can elevated CO2 modify regeneration from seed banks of floating freshwater marshes subjected to rising sea-level? Beth A. Middleton and Karen L. McKee Download PDF (319.9 KB) View HTML Aquaculture Journals

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Response of an algal assemblage to nutrient enrichment and shading in a Hawaiian stream Sonia H. Stephens, Anne M. D. Brasher and Celia M. Smith Download PDF (531.8 KB) View HTML Use of immobilized algicidal bacteria to control natural freshwater diatom blooms Yoon-Ho Kang, Seung Won Jung, Jae-Hyoung Joo and Myung-Soo Han Download PDF (398.8 KB) View HTML Effects of Bythotrephes longimanus (Crustacea, Cladocera) on the abundance, morphology, and prey community of Leptodora kindtii (Crustacea, Cladocera) Sophie E. Foster, W. Gary Sprules and Angela L. Strecker Download PDF (326.6 KB) View HTML Food web structure of a shallow eutrophic lake (Lake Taihu, China) assessed by stable isotope analysis Zhigang Mao, Xiaohong Gu, Qingfei Zeng, Luhong Zhou and Mingbo Sun Download PDF (380.0 KB) View HTML A phylogenetic approach to species delimitation in freshwater Gastrotricha from Sweden Tobias Kånneby, M. Antonio Todaro and Ulf Jondelius Download PDF (673.7 KB) View HTML A study of genetic variations, population size, and population dynamics of the catadromous Japanese eel Anguilla japonica (Pisces) in northern Taiwan Mei-Chen Tseng, Hsiao-Wei Kao, Yin-Huei Hung and Tung-Lin Lee Download PDF (404.1 KB) View HTML Supplemental Asymmetric admixture and morphological variability at a suture zone: parapatric burbot subspecies (Pisces) in the Mackenzie River basin, Canada Kathryn R. Elmer, Hans Recknagel, Amy Thompson and Axel Meyer Download PDF (497.9 KB) View HTML Supplemental Developing biomonitoring protocols for shallow Arctic lakes using diatoms and artificial substrate samplers Lauren A. MacDonald, Ann M. Balasubramaniam, Roland I. Hall, Brent B. Wolfe and Jon N. Sweetman Download PDF (662.9 KB) View HTML The distribution of Biomphalaria (Gastropoda: Planorbidae) in Lake Victoria with ecological and spatial predictions using Bayesian modelling Claire J. Standley, Penelope Vounatsou, Laura Gosoniu, Aslak Jørgensen and Moses Adriko, et al. Download PDF (766.1 KB) View HTML Supplemental Seasonal and microhabitat influences on diatom assemblages and their representation in sediment traps and surface sediments from adjacent High Arctic lakes: Cape Bounty, Melville Island, Nunavut Aquaculture Journals

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Kailey A. Stewart and Scott F. Lamoureux Download PDF (1.1 MB) View HTML Habitat-related differences in recruitment and survival of early recruits of the invasive Sargassum muticum (Phaeophyta, Sargassaceae) in northern Portugal Carla A. Monteiro, Aschwin H. Engelen and Rui Santos Download PDF (301.9 KB) View HTML Effects of shallow and deep sediment disturbance on whole-stream metabolism in experimental sand-bed flumes Linda Gerull, Aline Frossard, Mark O. Gessner and Michael Mutz Download PDF (459.1 KB) View HTML Erratum Erratum to: Life-history traits of Amur sleeper, Perccottus glenii, in the invaded Vistula River: early investment in reproduction but reduced growth rate Joanna Grabowska, Dariusz Pietraszewski, Mirosław Przybylski, Ali Serhan Tarkan and Lidia Marszał, et al. Download PDF (119.4 KB) View HTML Previous – Top – Next VOLUME 684, MARCH 2012

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Research articles Effects of invasive macrophytes on freshwater fish and macroinvertebrate communities: the role of invasive plant traits Rachel Schultz and Eric Dibble Download PDF (313.8 KB) View HTML Temporal trends in algae, benthic invertebrate, and fish assemblages in streams and rivers draining basins of varying land use in the south-central United States, 1993– 2007 Matthew P. Miller, Jonathan G. Kennen, Jeffrey A. Mabe and Scott V. Mize Download PDF (5.2 MB) View HTML Some evidence for different ecological pressures that constrain male and female body size Tetsumi Takahashi, Kazutaka Ota, Masanori Kohda and Michio Hori Download PDF (502.4 KB) View HTML Responses of phytoplankton diversity to physical disturbance under manual operation in a large reservoir, China Zhe Li, Sheng Wang, Jinsong Guo, Fang Fang and Xu Gao, et al. Download PDF (621.7 KB) View HTML Long-term changes in the spiny dogfish (Squalus acanthias) trophic role in the southwestern Atlantic Mauro Belleggia, Daniel Enrique Figueroa, Felisa Sánchez and Claudia Bremec Download PDF (503.8 KB) View HTML Aquaculture Journals

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Supplemental Internal loading of phosphorus from sediments of Lake Pontchartrain (Louisiana, USA) with implications for eutrophication Eric D. Roy, Nhan T. Nguyen, Sibel Bargu and John R. White Download PDF (580.8 KB) View HTML Development of subfossil Daphnia and Chaoborus assemblages in relation to progressive acidification and fish community alterations in SW Sweden Fredrik Palm, Farid El-Daoushy and Jan-Erik Svensson Download PDF (471.8 KB) View HTML Chemical defence by mono-prenyl hydroquinone in a freshwater ciliate, Spirostomum ambiguum Federico Buonanno, Graziano Guella, Cristian Strim and Claudio Ortenzi Download PDF (408.6 KB) View HTML Changing patterns of carbon allocation in lake phytoplankton: an FTIR analysis Andrew P. Dean, James M. Nicholson and David C. Sigee Download PDF (757.4 KB) View HTML Aquaculture related invasion of the exotic Artemia franciscana and displacement of the autochthonous Artemia populations from the hypersaline habitats of India P. A. Vikas, N. K. Sajeshkumar, P. C. Thomas, Kajal Chakraborty and K. K. Vijayan Download PDF (516.9 KB) View HTML Supplemental Community structure of fish in lowland streams differ substantially between subtropical and temperate climates Franco Teixeira-de Mello, Mariana Meerhoff, Annette Baattrup-Pedersen, Thomas Maigaard and Peter B. Kristensen, et al. Download PDF (402.6 KB) View HTML Supplemental Thermal impact of a nuclear power plant in a coastal area in Southeastern Brazil: effects of heating and physical structure on benthic cover and fish communities Tatiana Pires Teixeira, Leonardo Mitrano Neves and Francisco Gerson Araújo Download PDF (442.8 KB) View HTML Live labeling technique reveals contrasting role of crustacean predation on microbial loop in two large shallow lakes Helen Agasild, Priit Zingel and Tiina Nõges Download PDF (315.9 KB) View HTML When season does not matter: summer and winter trophic ecology of Arctic amphipods Joanna Legeżyńska, Monika Kędra and Wojciech Walkusz Download PDF (598.2 KB) View HTML Selected coccal green algae are not affected by the humic substance Huminfeed® in term of growth or photosynthetic performance Aquaculture Journals

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Tobias Heinze, Hanno Bährs, Matthias Gilbert, Christian E. W. Steinberg and Christian Wilhelm Download PDF (420.2 KB) View HTML A novel quantification method for stream-inhabiting, non-diatom benthic algae, and its application in bioassessment Rosalina Stancheva, A. Elizabeth Fetscher and Robert G. Sheath Download PDF (558.1 KB) View HTML Supplemental Non-wadeable river bioassessment: spatial variation of benthic diatom assemblages in Pacific Northwest rivers, USA Yangdong Pan, Robert M. Hughes, Alan T. Herlihy and Philip R. Kaufmann Download PDF (680.6 KB) View HTML To share or not to share: clonal integration in a submerged macrophyte in response to light stress Susanne R. Wolfer and Dietmar Straile Download PDF (365.6 KB) View HTML Previous – Top – Next

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IInntteerrnnaattiioonnaall JJoouurrnnaall ooff A Aqquuaattiicc SScciieennccee VOLUME 3, ISSUE 1, 2012

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Research articles Review Bacillus and relatives in foodborne illness (pages 417–429) N.A. Logan Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(257K) References Animal Health Microbiology Heterologous expression of green fluorescent protein in Paenibacillus larvae, the causative agent of American Foulbrood of honey bees (pages 430–435) L. Poppinga and E. Genersch Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(339K) References Biotechnology Evaluation of lactic acid bacterium from chilli waste as a potential antifungal agent for wood products (pages 436–442) D.R. O’Callahan, T. Singh and I.R. McDonald Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(274K) References Plant original Massilia isolates producing polyhydroxybutyrate, including one exhibiting high yields from glycerol (pages 443–454) M. Bassas-Galia, B. Nogales, S. Arias, M. Rohde, K.N. Timmis and G. Molinari Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(383K) References Supporting Information Enhancing the stability of xylanase from Cellulomonas fimi by cell-surface display on Escherichia coli (pages 455–463) Y.-P. Chen, I.-E. Hwang, C.-J. Lin, H.-J. Wang and C.-P. Tseng Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(387K) References Improvement in organic solvent tolerance by double disruptions of proV and marR genes in Escherichia coli (pages 464–474) N. Doukyu, K. Ishikawa, R. Watanabe and H. Ogino Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(452K) References Aquaculture Journals

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Environmental Microbiology Determining the disinfection of textiles in compressed carbon dioxide using various indicator microbes (pages 475–484) S. Fijan, M. Škerget, Ž. Knez, S. Šostar-Turk and B. Neral Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(721K) References

Food Microbiology Antimicrobial activity of lemongrass oil against Salmonella enterica on organic leafy greens (pages 485–492) K. Moore-Neibel, C. Gerber, J. Patel, M. Friedman and S. Ravishankar Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(417K) References Influence of the surface temperature of packaging specimens on the inactivation of Bacillus spores by means of gaseous H2O2 (pages 493–501) K. Pruß, S. Stirtzel and U. Kulozik Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(306K) References Adaptation of Pseudomonas aeruginosa to a pulsed light-induced stress (pages 502– 511) S. Massier, A. Rincé, O. Maillot, M.G.J. Feuilloley, N. Orange and S. Chevalier Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(284K) References

Physiology Sip18 hydrophilin prevents yeast cell death during desiccation stress (pages 512–525) B. Rodríguez-Porrata, D. Carmona-Gutierrez, A. Reisenbichler, M. Bauer, G. Lopez, X. Escoté, A. Mas, F. Madeo and R. Cordero-Otero Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(546K) References Supporting Information Analysis of the slow germination of multiple individual superdormant Bacillus subtilis spores using multifocus Raman microspectroscopy and differential interference contrast microscopy (pages 526–536) P. Zhang, L. Kong, G. Wang, M. Scotland, S. Ghosh, B. Setlow, P. Setlow and Y.-Q. Li Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(468K) References Request Permissions Microbial consortium–mediated reprogramming of defence network in pea to enhance tolerance against Sclerotinia sclerotiorum (pages 537–550) Aquaculture Journals

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A. Jain, S. Singh, B. Kumar Sarma and H. Bahadur Singh Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(4603K) References Request Permissions Use of zero-valent iron biosand filters to reduce Escherichia coli O157:H12 in irrigation water applied to spinach plants in a field setting (pages 551–560) D.T. Ingram, M.T. Callahan, S. Ferguson, D.G. Hoover, D.R. Shelton, P.D. Millner, M.J. Camp, J.R. Patel, K.E. Kniel and M. Sharma Corrected by: Corrigendum Article first published online: 12 MAR 2012 Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(834K) References Development of resistance in Cronobacter sakazakii ATCC 29544 to thermal and nonthermal processes after exposure to stressing environmental conditions (pages 561–570) C. Arroyo, G. Cebrián, S. Condón and R. Pagán Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(364K) References LuxS distribution and AI-2 activity of Campylobacter spp. (pages 571–578) G. Gölz, L. Adler, S. Huehn and T. Alter Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(426K) References Supporting Information Quantification of genes and gene transcripts for microbial perchlorate reduction in fixed-bed bioreactors (pages 579–592) S.K. De Long, X. Li, S. Bae, J.C. Brown, L. Raskin, K.A. Kinney and M.J. Kirisits Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(1200K) References Supporting Information Year round patchiness of Vibrio vulnificus within a temperate Texas bay (pages 593– 604) S.L.M. Franco, G.J. Swenson and R.A. Long Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(309K) References Molecular detection and genotyping of human noroviruses in influent and effluent water at a wastewater treatment plant in Japan (pages 605–613) M. Kitajima, E. Haramoto, C. Phanuwan, H. Katayama and H. Furumai Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(658K) References Aquaculture Journals

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A model of the transmission of micro-organisms in a public setting and its correlation to pathogen infection risks (pages 614–621) A. Gerhardts, T.R. Hammer, C. Balluff, H. Mucha and D. Hoefer Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(167K) References Corrigendum Corrigendum (page 622) This article corrects: Damage of Escherichia coli membrane by bactericidal agent polyhexamethylene guanidine hydrochloride: micrographic evidences Vol. 108, Issue 3, 898–907, Article first published online: 20 JUL 2009 Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(53K) References Previous – Top – Next

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JJoouurrnnaall ooff A Apppplliieedd PPhhyyccoollooggyy VOLUME 24, PART 1, JANUARY 2012

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JJoouurrnnaall ooff aaqquuaaccuullttuurree R Reesseeaarrcchh & &D Deevveellooppm meenntt VOLUME 2, PART 4, DECEMBER 2011

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JJoouurrnnaall ooff EExxppeerriim meennttaall M Maarriinnee B Biioollooggyy aanndd EEccoollooggyy VOLUME 414-415, PART 1-2, MARCH 2012

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Research articles Trace elements in Corallium spp. as indicators for origin and habitat Hiroshi Hasegawa, M. Azizur Rahman, Nguyen Trong Luan, Teruya Maki, Nozumu Iwasaki Show preview | PDF (510 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► Mg/Ca and Ba/Ca ratios in the coral skeletons from different waters were found to be habitat-specific. ► Trace elements in axial skeletons of precious corals are habitat-specific rather than species-specific. ► The Mg/Ca and Ba/Ca ratios in axial skeletons can be used to identify the harvested areas of the coral products. Temperature mediates non-competitive foraging in indigenous rock (Cancer irroratus Say) and recently introduced green (Carcinus maenas L.) crabs from Newfoundland and Labrador Kyle Matheson, Patrick Gagnon Show preview | PDF (2408 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► Mussel capture and size selection were studied in rock and green crabs held singly. ► Effects of water temperature, crab size, chela loss, and chemical cues were tested. ► Changes in temperature and size affected capture and selection in both species. ► Chela loss decreased mussel capture in rock crabs only. ► Chemical cues from rock or green crabs did not affect mussel capture in rock crabs. Algal cover in mangroves affects distribution and predation rates by carnivorous fishes J. Jaxion-Harm, M.R. Speight Show preview | PDF (670 K) | Supplementary content | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► The relationship between macro-algae and fish distribution was studied in mangroves. ► Surveys, algae removal experiments, and tethered prey survival tests were used. ► Carnivorous fish distribution is negatively correlated to algal cover. ► Survival of tethered crabs was higher in algal plots (vs. algae removed). Variation in vertical distribution of sand dollar larvae relative to haloclines, food, and fish cues Shawn M. Arellano, Adam M. Reitzel, Cynthia A. Button Show preview | PDF (889 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► Larvae alter vertical distributional behavior in response to cues. ► Different age sand dollar larvae show different abilities to respond to haloclines. ► In gradients, embryos did not alter swimming, but could not pass sharp haloclines. ► Larvae alter vertical distribution in response to dense algal cues. ► Larvae avoided predator cues. The role of visual and chemical cues in host detection by the symbiotic shrimp Gnathophylloides mineri Jane E. Williamson, Christine Gleeson, Jacqueline E. Bell, Devarajen Vaïtilingon Show preview | articles Highlights Aquaculture Journals

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► We assess the abundance of G. mineri shrimp on potential sea urchin hosts. ► Shrimp only occurred on Tripneustes gratilla. ► We examine how shrimp detect their host from a distance. ► G. mineri use visual and chemical cues in host detection. Predation by Pseudodiaptomus annandalei (Copepoda: Calanoida) on rotifer prey: Size selection, egg predation and effect of algal diet R. Dhanker, R. Kumar, J.-S. Hwang Show preview | PDF (1153 K) | Supplementary content | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► Size selection, prey consumption and satiation time are elucidated in P. annandalei. ► P. annandalei utilized neonates, adults and eggs of B. rotundiformis as food. ► Prey consumption rates were significantly lower in males than in females. ► P. annandalei took 165 min to satiation level feeding. ► It ingested 47.33 and 38.67 individuals of non-ovigerous and ovigerous rotifers. Variation of chitobiase-based estimates of crustacean zooplankton production rates in high latitude waters Akash R. Sastri, R. John Nelson, Diana E. Varela, Kelly V. Young, Ian Wrohan, William J. Williams Show preview | PDF (680 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► Chitobiase method used to estimate zooplankton production (BP) rates in the field. ► Broad spatial scope: southern Gulf of Alaska to western Beaufort Sea. ► Positive relationship between chitobiase activity and developing zooplankton biomass. ► Chitobiasebased rates compared well with historical estimates for the study area. ► Temperature and phytoplankton biomass explained 67% of the variation of BP. Influence of coral bleaching, coral mortality and conspecific aggression on movement and distribution of coral-dwelling fish Darren J. Coker, Morgan S. Pratchett, Philip L. Munday Show preview | PDF (509 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► Coral-dwelling fish will vacate dead but not bleached host corals. ► Conspecifics influence habitat choice for relocating fish. ► Movement will help to mediate the impact of coral loss. Site fidelity and movement patterns of invasive lionfish, Pterois spp., in a Florida estuary Zachary R. Jud, Craig A. Layman Show preview | PDF (719 K) | Supplementary content | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► Lionfish exhibit extremely high site fidelity over extended periods of time. ► Many tagged individuals remained in the same location throughout the study period. ► Home range did not vary with body size for the size range we examined. ► High site fidelity may facilitate local population control in certain habitats. A comparative morphological study of head shape and olfactory cavities of sharks inhabiting benthic and coastal/pelagic environments L.L. Timm, F.E. Fish Show preview | PDF (974 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► We examined head and nasal morphology of benthic and coastal/pelagic sharks. ► Traditional morphometrics and computed tomography scans were performed. ► Diversification in morphology is associated with habitat. ► Variation in morphology may be correlated with water flow through olfactory cavity. Previous – Top – Next Aquaculture Journals

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Research articles Germ cells and fertilization differences among Japanese flounder Paralichthys olivaceus, summer flounder Paralichthys dentatus and their first and second generations (pages 473–485) J. Sui, D. Y. Ma, Q. H. Liu, S. H. Xu, Z. Z. Xiao, F. Lin, Y. S. Xiao and J. Li Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(936K) References Skeletal development and abnormalities of the vertebral column and of the fins in hatchery-reared turbot Scophthalmus maximus (pages 486–502) X. H. Tong, Q. H. Liu, S. H. Xu, D. Y. Ma, Z. Z. Xiao, Y. S. Xiao and J. Li Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(1282K) References Kin and familiarity influence association preferences and aggression in the mangrove killifish Kryptolebias marmoratus (pages 503–518) M. Edenbrow and D. P. Croft Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(586K) References Supporting Information Fishing top predators indirectly affects condition and reproduction in a reef-fish community (pages 519–537) S. M. Walsh, S. L. Hamilton, B. I. Ruttenberg, M. K. Donovan and S. A. Sandin Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(1100K) References Supporting Information Multiple functions of a multi-component mating pheromone in sea lamprey Petromyzon marinus (pages 538–554) N. S. Johnson, S.-S. Yun, T. J. Buchinger and W. Li Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(571K) References Supporting Information Early development of New Zealand hapuku Polyprion oxygeneios eggs and larvae (pages 555–571) S. A. Anderson, I. Salinas, S. P. Walker, Y. Gublin, S. Pether, Y. Y. Kohn and J. E. Symonds Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(1319K) References Gonadal morphogenesis and sex differentiation in the viviparous fish Chapalichthys encaustus (Teleostei, Cyprinodontiformes, Goodeidae) (pages 572–594) S. Guerrero-Estévez and N. Moreno-Mendoza Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(1417K) References Influences of potential predictor variables on gastric evacuation in Atlantic cod Gadus morhua feeding on fish prey: parameterization of a generic model (pages 595–612) N. G. Andersen Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(674K) References Evidence of sustained populations of a small reef fish on artificial structures. Does depth affect production on artificial reefs? (pages 613–629) A. M. Fowler and D. J. Booth Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(548K) References Cytogenetic mapping of the W chromosome in the genus Leporinus (Teleostei, Anostomidae) using a highly repetitive DNA sequence (pages 630–637) M. E. Marreta, F. L. C. Faldoni and P. P. Parise-Maltempi Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(651K) References Resilience of inshore, juvenile snapper Pagrus auratus to angling and release (pages 638–650) M. K. Broadhurst, P. A. Butcher, K. C. Hall, B. R. Cullis and S. P. McGrath Aquaculture Journals

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Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(540K) References Strong population genetic structure and its management implications in the mud carp Cirrhinus molitorella, an indigenous freshwater species subject to an aquaculture and culture-based fishery (pages 651–668) T. T. T. Nguyen and P. Sunnucks Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(671K) References Molecular cloning, characterization and expression analysis of B cell translocation gene 1 in grass carp Ctenopharyngodon idella (pages 669–678) Y. J. Fu, F. G. Huang, T. Yuan, J. R. Gu, G. Q. Luo and H. Xu Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(736K) References Identification and expression analysis of fabp2 gene from common carp Cyprinus carpio (pages 679–691) X. W. Chen, S. Jiang and Z. Y. Shi Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(783K) References Notes on the occurrence of the tropical eel Anguilla bicolor bicolor in Peninsular Malaysia, Malaysia (pages 692–697) T. Arai, N. Chino, S. Z. Zulkifli and A. Ismail Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(628K) References Validation of otolith daily increment formation for two temperate syngnathid fishes: the pipefishes Stigmatopora argus and Stigmatopora nigra (pages 698–704) K. L. Parkinson, D. J. Booth and J. E. Lee Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(612K) References Effects of altered estuarine submerged macrophyte bed cover on the omnivorous Cape stumpnose Rhabdosargus holubi (pages 705–712) J. N. Sheppard, A. K. Whitfield, P. D. Cowley and J. M. Hill Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(638K) References Are shoals of minnow Phoxinus phoxinus formed by close kin? (pages 713–721) B. Bernhardt, K. P. Lampert, F. Leese, C. Mayer and R. Tollrian Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(648K) References Rapid and socially induced change of a badge of status (pages 722–727) S. B. Rhodes and I. Schlupp Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(517K) References Supporting Information What can phylogeographic breaks in the livebearer Poeciliopsis turrubarensis tell about fish community boundaries in western Costa Rica? (pages 728–736) A. D. Larson, P. L. Scarborough, C. L. Sayre and J. B. Johnson Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(640K) References Erratum Erratum (page 737) Article first published online: 1 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1095-8649.2012.03248.x This article corrects: Genetic data show that Carcharhinus tilstoni is not confined to the tropics, highlighting the importance of a multifaceted approach to species identification Vol. 77, Issue 5, 1165–1172, Article first published online: 21 SEP 2010 Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(447K) Previous – Top – Next

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JJoouurrnnaall ooff FFiisshh D Diisseeaasseess VOLUME 35, PART 3, MARCH 2012

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Natural outbreak of Streptococcus agalactiae (GBS) infection in wild giant Queensland grouper, Epinephelus lanceolatus (Bloch), and other wild fish in northern Queensland, Australia (pages 173–186) R O Bowater, J Forbes-Faulkner, I G Anderson, K Condon, B Robinson, F Kong, G L Gilbert, A Reynolds, S Hyland, G McPherson, J O’ Brien and D Blyde Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(533K) References Field tests of Poly(I:C) immunization with nervous necrosis virus (NNV) in sevenband grouper, Epinephelus septemfasciatus (Thunberg) (pages 187–191) M-J Oh, I Takami, T Nishizawa, W-S Kim, C-S Kim, S-R Kim and M-A Park Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(202K) References Diversity of Flavobacterium psychrophilum and the potential use of its phages for protection against bacterial cold water disease in salmonids (pages 193–201) D Castillo, G Higuera, M Villa, M Middelboe, I Dalsgaard, L Madsen and R T Espejo Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(311K) References Oral DNA vaccination of rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss (Walbaum), against infectious haematopoietic necrosis virus using PLGA [Poly(D,L-Lactic-Co-Glycolic Acid)] nanoparticles (pages 203–214) M Adomako, S St-Hilaire, Y Zheng, J Eley, R D Marcum, W Sealey, B C Donahower, S LaPatra and P P Sheridan Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(291K) References Differential expression profiling of orange-spotted grouper larvae, Epinephelus coioides (Hamilton), that survived a betanodavirus outbreak (pages 215–225) M-S Wu, C-W Chen, C-H Lin, C-S Tzeng and C-Y Chang Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(276K) References Expression profiles of seven channel catfish antimicrobial peptides in response to Edwardsiella ictaluri infection (pages 227–237) J W Pridgeon, X Mu and P H Klesius Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(425K) References Short Communications Spontaneous schwannoma in zebrafish, Danio rerio (Hamilton) (pages 239–242) F Marino, G Lanteri, G Rapisarda, A Perillo and B Macrì Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(264K) References Ammonium chloride bath treatment as a quarantine measure to prevent spread of Lernaea cyprinacea infection during transfer of fish from affected ponds (pages 243– 247) A Raghavendra, K P Hemaprasanth, R Singh, N Sridhar, V Kumar and M R Raghunath Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(149K) References Previous – Top – Next

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Research articles Minireview Antimicrobial activity of Amazonian oils against Paenibacillus species Roberto Christ Vianna Santos, Camilla Filippi dos Santos Alves, Taiane Schneider, Leonardo Quintana Soares Lopes, Carlos Aurich, Janice Luehring Giongo, Adriano Brandelli, Rodrigo de Almeida Vaucher Show preview | articles Graphical abstract

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Highlights ► Antimicrobial activity of Amazonian oils against Paenibacillus sp. was evaluated. ► Andiroba MICs were 1.56–25% and Copaíba MICs were 1.56–12.5%. ► Bee mortality was evident only in treatment with Andiroba oil. ► Copaíba oil shows no toxic effects after 10 days of observation. Symptoms of behavioural anapyrexia – Reverse fever as a defence response of snails to fluke invasion Elżbieta Żbikowska, Anna Cichy Show preview | articles Graphical abstract

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Highlight ► We studied thermal preferences of Planorbarius corneus infected by trematodes. ► Experiments showed that parasites had an impact on the thermal preferences of snails. ► Aquaculture Journals

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Majority individuals that shed cercariae displayed symptoms of behavioural anapyrexia. ► This response increased the snail survival and the period of shedding Cercariae. Comparison of haemocytic parameters among flat oyster Ostrea edulis stocks with different susceptibility to bonamiosis and the Pacific oyster Crassostrea gigas Pilar Comesaña, Sandra M. Casas, Asunción Cao, Elvira Abollo, Isabelle Arzul, Benjamin Morga, Antonio Villalba Show preview | articles Graphical abstract

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Highlights ► Differences in THC, DHC and respiratory burst between oyster species were found. ► Bonamia ostreae affects THC, DHC and respiratory burst of Ostrea edulis. ► No studied parameter explained differences in susceptibility between O. edulis stocks. Presence and distribution of the endosymbiont Wolbachia among Solenopsis spp. (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) from Brazil and its evolutionary history Cíntia Martins, Rodrigo Fernando Souza, Odair Correa Bueno Show preview | articles Graphical abstract

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Highlights ► Presence and the distribution of Wolbachia in ants of Solenopsis spp. from Brazil. ► Analysis based on wsp gene sequences and phylogenetic analysis. ► A high frequency of Wolbachia bacteria was observed among the genus Solenopsis. ► Little genetic variability was found among different Wolbachia strains. ► Horizontal transmission could be occurring through the social parasite S. daguerrei. Survival and immune response of drones of a Nosemosis tolerant honey bee strain towards N. ceranae infections Qiang Huang, Per Kryger, Yves Le Conte, Robin F.A. Moritz Aquaculture Journals

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Highlights ► Drones of selected strain had significantly higher spore load than that of unselected strain. ► Drones of selected strain had significantly lower mortality that of unselected strain. ► The strongest differences of immune response between selected and unselected strain were at day six post infection. ► Toll is the main pathway involved in Nosema ceranae infection. ► Selected strain is tolerant to N. ceranae infection. Susceptibility of two hymenopteran parasitoids of Agrilus planipennis (Coleoptera: Buprestidae) to the entomopathogenic fungus Beauveria bassiana (Ascomycota: Hypocreales) Kimberly M. Dean, John D. Vandenberg, Michael H. Griggs, Leah S. Bauer, Melissa K. Fierke Show preview | articles Graphical abstract

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Highlights ► Synergistic biocontrol of EAB with parasitoids and B. bassiana fungus. ► EAB parasitoids S. agrili, T. planipennisi, and O. agrili. ► EAB and parasitoids exposed to B. bassiana. ► 100% mortality of EAB exposed to fungus. ► S.agrili and T. planipennisi not susceptible to B. bassiana. Virulence of Vibrio harveyi responsible for the “Bright-red” Syndrome in the Pacific white shrimp Litopenaeus vannamei Sonia A. Soto-Rodriguez, Bruno Gomez-Gil, Rodolfo Lozano, Rodolfo del Rio-Rodríguez, Ana L. Diéguez, Jesús L. Romalde Show preview | PDF (2297 K) | Supplementary content articles | Related reference work articles Graphical abstract

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Highlights ► Vibrio harveyi CAIM 1792 grows even 10% NaCl, the lowest MIC was for enrofloxacine. ► ECPs displayed a strong cytotoxic effect on HELA cell line at 6 and 24 h. ► V. harveyi causes over 80% shrimp mortality before 24 h post-injection. ► In the first hours pi mortality caused by ECPs was higher than caused by bacteria. ► The lymphoid organ of Litopenaeus vannamei is the target organ of Bright red Syndrome. Identification of Henosepilachna vigintioctomaculata (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) midgut putative receptor for Bacillus thuringiensis insecticidal Cry7Ab3 toxin Ping Song, QinYing Wang, ZiYan Nangong, JunPing Su, DongHua Ge Show preview | articles Graphical abstract

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Highlights ► 130 kDa Cry7Ab3 protoxin was degraded into the ∼75 kDa proteinase-resistant fragments. ► Cry7Ab3 ingestion cause lysis of the epithelium cells resulting in larvae death. ► Cry7Ab3 toxin bound a 220 kDa BBMV protein identified as cadherin. ► The mode of action of Cry7Ab3 toxin was similar as that of Cry1 toxin. Short Communications External and internal detection of Nosema ceranae on honey bees using real-time PCR Lelania Bourgeois, Lorraine Beaman, Beth Holloway, Thomas E. Rinderer Show preview | articles Graphical abstract

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Highlights ► We report parasite loads and optimum tissue for pathogen detection. ► Loads were high in bee washes and head/thorax samples (2.67 × 104 ± 1.12 × 104 and 1.83 × 104 ± 4.14 × 103). ► Midgut had highest loads (3.42 × 106 ± 1.84 × 106), then by hindgut (5.50 × 105 ± 3.24 × 105). Honey bees (Apis mellifera) reared in brood combs containing high levels of pesticide residues exhibit increased susceptibility to Nosema (Microsporidia) infection Judy Y. Wu, Matthew D. Smart, Carol M. Anelli, Walter S. Sheppard Show preview | articles Graphical abstract

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Highlights ► We examined the effects of pesticide residue exposure during development on adult honey bees. ► Nosema ceranae infections were higher in adult bees reared in high pesticide residue brood combs. ► N. ceranae infection occurred at a younger age in adult bees reared in high residue brood combs. ► Pesticide residues in managed bee operations may contribute to Nosema infection and colony loss. Prevalence and distribution of six bee viruses in Korean Apis cerana populations Se Eun Choe, Lien Thi Kim Nguyen, Jin Hyeong Noh, Hong Bum Koh, Young Hwa Jean, Chang Hee Kweon, Seung Won Kang Show preview | articles Graphical abstract

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Highlights ► The first investigation of the prevalence and distribution of six bee viruses in Apis cerana. ► The research was conducted on both larvae and adult bees in five provinces in Korea. ► Prevalence and distribution of viruses varied between provinces. ► Viruses infection differed between A. cerana and Apis mellifera. ► Information on the effect of life stage on the infection is provided. Previous – Top– Next

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JJoouurrnnaall ooff M Miiccrroobbiioollooggiiccaall M Meetthhooddss VOLUME 88, PART 3, MARCH 2012

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Research articles Reviews Methods used for the detection and subtyping of Listeria monocytogenes Snehal Jadhav, Mrinal Bhave, Enzo A. Palombo Show preview | articles

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Isolation strategies of marine-derived actinomycetes from sponge and sediment samples E. Esin HAMEŞ-KOCABAŞ, Ataç UZEL Show preview | articles

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Regular Papers A complementary approach to identifying and assessing the remediation potential of hydrocarbonoclastic bacteria Krishna K. Kadali, Keryn L. Simons, Pawel P. Skuza, Robert B. Moore, Andrew S. Ball Show preview | PDF (1126 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► We identified bacteria for the remediation of hydrocarbon contaminated sites. ► Weathered oil as the main carbon source restricted the number of isolates growing. ► 96 bacteria were able to grow on at least one hydrocarbon from the seven chosen. ► Cluster analysis separated the bacterial isolates into two dis crete clusters. A molecular method to assess Phytophthora diversity in environmental samples Silvia Scibetta, Leonardo Schena, Antonio Chimento, Santa O. Cacciola, David E.L. Cooke Show preview | PDF (459 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► We present a generic molecular detection system for all Phytophthora species. ► The validated assay detects and identifies Phytophthora in water and soil samples. ► A water filtration system is developed that allows rapid in-field sampling. ► The method will prove valuable for ecological monitoring, commercial and biosecurity uses. Gene-centric metagenomics analysis of feline intestinal microbiome using 454 junior pyrosequencing Hein Min Tun, Manreetpal Singh Brar, Nina Khin, Li Jun, Raymond Kin-Hi Hui, Scot E. Dowd, Frederick Chi-Ching Leung Show preview | PDF (717 K) | Supplementary content | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► We described the gene-centric metagenomics analysis of feline intestinal microbiota. ► Comparisons were made with available metagenomes from other species. ► Potential pathogens and antimicrobial resistance genes were identified. Genotyping of Mycoplasma bovis isolates using multiple-locus variable-number tandem-repeat analysis Luís Pinho, Gertrude Thompson, Ricardo Rosenbusch, Júlio Carvalheira Aquaculture Journals

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Show preview | PDF (960 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► MLVA was effectively used for the first time in differentiating M. bovis isolates. ► Results were compared to those obtained with RAPD and PFGE for the same isolates. ► Wallace coefficients of ≥ 0.5 were only attained at the most relaxed cutoff level. ► Simpson's index of diversity was 0.91 for MLVA, 0.99 for RAPD analysis and PFGE. ► MLVA is a fast, reliable, and cost-effective typing method for M. bovis epidemiology. High reliability transformation of the wheat pathogen Bipolaris sorokiniana using Agrobacterium tumefaciens Shadab Nizam, Sandhya Verma, Kunal Singh, Rashmi Aggarwal, Krishna Dutt Srivastava, Praveen K. Verma Show preview | PDF (738 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► We report the optimized and highly reliable protocol for ATMT of B. sorokiniana. ► The procedure is simple and has better transformation rates as compared to PMT. ► The fluorescence markers DsRed and EGFP were successfully expressed in the fungus. ► Southern blots revealed random and single copy integration of the reporter genes. ► Microscopic studies of hyphal fusions and in planta colonization were performed. Comparison of in vitro and in vivo systems to study ica-independent Staphylococcus aureus biofilms Fabienne Antunes Ferreira, Raquel Rodrigues Souza, Raquel Regina Bonelli, Marco Antônio Américo, Sérgio Eduardo Longo Fracalanzza, Agnes Marie Sá Figueiredo Show preview | PDF (581 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► We compared in vitro and in vivo models to study biofilm formation in S. aureus. ► We concluded that microtiter plate assay correlated well with the mouse model. ► We recommend the use of microtiter plate to assess S. aureus biofilms. Combining microdilution with MicroResp™: Microbial substrate utilization, antimicrobial susceptibility and respiration Sigrid Drage, Doris Engelmeier, Gert Bachmann, Angela Sessitsch, Birgit Mitter, Franz Hadacek Show preview | PDF (3222 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Sponsored Article Graphical abstract

Highlights ► A modified MicroResp™ system is introduced. ► It allows studying effects of compounds and mixtures on microbial growth in microplates. ► An indicator plate facilitates assessment of the respiration of the microbial strain. ► Dose–response effects are explored by curve fitting of various hormetic non-linear models. Comparison of different bead-beating RNA extraction strategies: An optimized method for filamentous fungi Aquaculture Journals

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Gonçalo M. Leite, Naresh Magan, Ángel Medina Show preview | PDF (479 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► We developed a fast and high throughput fungal RNA extraction protocol. ► Glass beads provided the best total RNA yields using high speed beating. ► High quality filamentous fungi total RNA can be obtained. A metabolomics approach to characterise and identify various Mycobacterium species Ilse Olivier, Du Toit Loots Show preview | PDF (460 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► We did fatty acid, GC–MS analyses on various Mycobacterium species. ► We identified the 12 compounds which best explain the variance between the species. ► A multivariate statistical model was built to predict sample group membership. ► Group memberships were correctly assigned to all test samples. Notes Culture confirmation of Listeria monocytogenes using tmRNA as a diagnostics target Eoin Clancy, Barry Glynn, Kate Reddington, Terry Smith, Thomas Barry Show preview | PDF (245 K) | Related articles | Related reference work articles Highlights ► AE-labeled probes designed to detect the bacterial tmRNA transcript. ► tmRNA demonstrated as a target for the culture confirmation of L. monocytogenes. ► 2.5 × 105 CFU determined as the assay limit of detection. Dead-end hollow-fiber ultrafiltration for concentration and enumeration of Escherichia coli and broad-host-range plasmid DNA from wastewater Kyle L. Asfahl, Mary C. Savin Show preview | articles

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High abundance of genetic Bacteroidetes markers for total fecal pollution in pristine alpine soils suggests lack in specificity for feces Julia Vierheilig, Andreas H. Farnleitner, Denny Kollanur, Günter Blöschl, Georg H. Reischer Show preview | PDF (172 K) | Supplementary content articles | Related reference work articles Sponsored Article

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JJoouurrnnaall ooff O Occeeaann U Unniivveerrssiittyy ooff C Chhiinnaa VOLUME 10, PART 2, JUNE 2011

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JJoouurrnnaall ooff SShheellllffiisshh R Reesseeaarrcchh VOLUME 29, PART 4, DECEMBER 2010

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JJoouurrnnaall ooff tthhee W Woorrlldd A Aqquuaaccuullttuurree SSoocciieettyy VOLUME 43, PART 1, FEBRUARY 2012

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LLeetttteerrss iinn A Apppplliieedd M Miiccrroobbiioollooggyy VOLUME 54, PART 3, MARCH 2012

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Research articles Vapour phase: a potential future use for essential oils as antimicrobials? (pages 169– 174) K. Laird and C. Phillips Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(104K) References Effects of wilting and molasses addition on fermentation and bacterial community in guinea grass silage (pages 175–181) N. Nishino, Y. Li, C. Wang and S. Parvin Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(173K) References Comparison of decontamination methods for primary isolation of Mycobacterium bovis in paucibacillary bovine tissues (pages 182–186) L. Medeiros, C.D. Marassi, R.S. Duarte, M.G. da Silva and W. Lilenbaum Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(131K) References Impact of acetaldehyde- and pyruvic acid-bound sulphur dioxide on wine lactic acid bacteria (pages 187–194) A. Wells and J.P. Osborne Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(260K) References Growth of Pseudomonas fluorescens in modified atmosphere packaged tofu (pages 195–202) J. Stoops, P. Maes, J. Claes and L. Van Campenhout Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(216K) References Evaluation of thermal inactivation of Escherichia coli using microelectrode ion flux measurements with osmotic stress (pages 203–208) S. Koseki, M.L. Tamplin, J.P. Bowman, T. Ross and T.A. McMeekin Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(286K) References NMR analysis of metabolic responses to extreme conditions of the temperaturedependent coral pathogen Vibrio coralliilyticus (pages 209–216) A.F.B. Boroujerdi, S.S. Jones and D.W. Bearden Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(1172K) References Supporting Information Effect of biofilm in irrigation pipes on microbial quality of irrigation water (pages 217– 224) Y. Pachepsky, J. Morrow, A. Guber, D. Shelton, R. Rowland and G. Davies Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(478K) References The role of lager beer yeast in oxidative stability of model beer (pages 225–232) T.S. Berner and N. Arneborg Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(250K) References Detection of human Enterovirus 71 reverse transcription loop-mediated isothermal amplification (RT-LAMP) (pages 233–239) H. Yaqing, Z. Wenping, Y. Zhiyi, W. Xionghu, Y. Shouyi, Y. Hong, D. Yingchun and H. Guifang Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(354K) References Probiotic properties of Lactobacillus plantarum CECT 7315 and CECT 7316 isolated from faeces of healthy children (pages 240–246) M. Bosch, M. Rodriguez, F. Garcia, E. Fernández, M.C. Fuentes and J. Cuñé Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(163K) References Aquaculture Journals

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A combination of direct viable count and fluorescence in situ hybridization for specific enumeration of viable Lactobacillus delbrueckii subsp. bulgaricus and Streptococcus thermophilus (pages 247–254) J. García-Hernández, Y. Moreno, C.M. Amorocho and M. Hernández Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(397K) References Mice vaccinated with enteropathogenic Escherichia coli ghosts show significant protection against lethal challenges (pages 255–262) J. Liu, W.D. Wang, Y.J. Liu, S. Liu, B. Zhou, L.W. Zhu, X. Ji, Y. Sun and S.Z. Feng Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(321K) NOTE TO THE EDITOR Dimethyl formamide-free, urea-NaCl fluorescence in situ hybridization assay for Staphylococcus aureus (pages 263–266) T.S. Lawson, R.E. Connally, S. Vemulpad and J.A. Piper Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(172K) References Previous – Top – Next

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M Maarriinnee B Biioollooggyy VOLUME 159, PART 3, MARCH 2012

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Research articles Plasticity of biometrical and mechanical properties of Echinocardium cordatum spines according to environment C. Moureaux and P. Dubois Download PDF (513.8 KB) View HTML A little movement orientated to the geomagnetic field makes a big difference in strong flows Rebecca Scott, Robert Marsh and Graeme C. Hays Download PDF (656.8 KB) View HTML Population genetics of the nurse shark (Ginglymostoma cirratum) in the western Atlantic Stephen A. Karl, Andrey L. F. Castro and Ricardo C. Garla Download PDF (367.1 KB) View HTML Supplemental Phylogeography of the sub-Antarctic notothenioid fish Eleginops maclovinus: evidence of population expansion Santiago Guillermo Ceballos, Enrique Pablo Lessa, Mariela Fernanda Victorio and Daniel Alfredo Fernández Download PDF (440.1 KB) View HTML Supplemental Aesthetascs in Lysmata spp. shrimp: sexual dimorphism and relationship with social environments Jing Zhu, Dong Zhang, Junda Lin and Michael S. Grace Download PDF (737.4 KB) View HTML Different responses of photosynthesis and flow cytometric signals to iron limitation and nitrogen source in coastal and oceanic Synechococcus strains (Cyanophyceae) Shu-Wen Liu and Bao-Sheng Qiu Download PDF (718.6 KB) View HTML Intensive fishing of marine consumers causes a dramatic shift in the benthic habitat on temperate rocky reefs Elisabeth M. A. Strain and Craig R. Johnson Show SummaryHide Summary Download PDF (477.2 KB) View HTML Supplemental Erratum Erratum to: Intensive fishing of marine consumers causes a dramatic shift in the benthic habitat on temperate rocky reefs Elisabeth M. A. Strain and Craig R. Johnson Download PDF (121.7 KB) View HTML Aquaculture Journals

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Original Paper Diversity and cover of a sessile animal assemblage does not predict its associated mobile fauna Emma M. Birdsey, Emma L. Johnston and Alistair G. B. Poore Download PDF (436.5 KB) View HTML Supplemental Comparative study on the population genetics of the red algae Furcellaria lumbricalis occupying different salinity conditions Kirsi Kostamo, Helena Korpelainen and Sanna Olsson Download PDF (589.2 KB) View HTML Supplemental Diet of juvenile green turtles (Chelonia mydas) associating with artisanal fishing traps in a subtropical estuary in Brazil Shany Mayumi Nagaoka, Agnaldo Silva Martins, Robson Guimarães dos Santos, Mônica Maria Pereira Tognella and Eurico Cabral de Oliveira Filho, et al. Download PDF (422.2 KB) View HTML Seasonal and interannual variations in size, biomass and chemical composition of the eggs of North Sea shrimp, Crangon crangon (Decapoda: Caridea) Ángel Urzúa, Kurt Paschke, Paulina Gebauer and Klaus Anger Download PDF (537.1 KB) View HTML Isotopic fractionation between seawater and the shell of Scrobicularia plana (Bivalvia) and its application for age validation Sílvia Santos, Joana F. M. F. Cardoso, Valeska Borges, Rob Witbaard and Pieternella C. Luttikhuizen, et al. Download PDF (632.3 KB) View HTML Supplemental Can leftovers from predators be reliably used to monitor marine turtle hatchling sexratios? The implications of prey selection by ghost crabs Rui Rebelo, Castro Barbosa, José P. Granadeiro, Bucar Indjai and Bruno Novais, et al. Download PDF (344.2 KB) View HTML Environmental and endogenous control of selective tidal-stream transport behavior during blue crab Callinectes sapidus spawning migrations M. Zachary Darnell, Thomas G. Wolcott and Dan Rittschof Download PDF (367.4 KB) View HTML Supplemental Elevated temperature impairs onset of symbiosis and reduces survivorship in larvae of the Hawaiian coral, Fungia scutaria C. E. Schnitzler, L. L. Hollingsworth, D. A. Krupp and V. M. Weis Download PDF (358.6 KB) View HTML The effect of egg versus seston quality on hatching success, naupliar metabolism and survival of Calanus finmarchicus in mesocosms dominated by Phaeocystis and diatoms M. Koski, L. Yebra, J. Dutz, S. H. Jόnasdόttir and C. Vidoudez, et al. Aquaculture Journals

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Download PDF (511.4 KB) View HTML Phylogeography of the marine interstitial nemertean Ototyphlonemertes parmula (Nemertea, Hoplonemertea) reveals cryptic diversity and high dispersal potential Alexander Y. Tulchinsky, Jon L. Norenburg and James M. Turbeville Download PDF (743.6 KB) View HTML Supplemental Population genetic structure of protected allis shad (Alosa alosa) and twaite shad (Alosa fallax) Marc T. Jolly, Miran W. Aprahamian, Stephen J. Hawkins, Peter A. Henderson and Rob Hillman, et al. Download PDF (408.4 KB) View HTML Supplemental Open Access Death in the octopus’ garden: fatal blue-lined octopus envenomations of adult green sea turtles Kathy A. Townsend, Jens Altvater, Michael C. Thomas, Qamar A. Schuyler and Geoffrey W. Nette Download PDF (565.6 KB) View HTML Supplemental Recovery after trampling disturbance in a canopy-forming seaweed population Araújo Rita, Sousa-Pinto Isabel, Ester A. Serrão and Åberg Per Download PDF (584.0 KB) View HTML Previous – Top – Next

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M Maarriinnee B Biiootteecchhnnoollooggyy VOLUME 14, PART 2, APRIL 2012

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Research articles Review Article Molecular Detection, Quantification, and Diversity Evaluation of Microalgae Vinitha Ebenezer, Linda K. Medlin and Jang-Seu Ki Download PDF (307.5 KB) View HTML Original Article Identification of a Novel Vanadium-binding Protein by EST Analysis on the Most Vanadium-rich Ascidian, Ascidia gemmata Setijono Samino, Hitoshi Michibata and Tatsuya Ueki Download PDF (408.6 KB) View HTML Open Access Genomic Resources for Sea Lice: Analysis of ESTs and Mitochondrial Genomes Motoshige Yasuike, Jong Leong, Stuart G. Jantzen, Kristian R. von Schalburg and Frank Nilsen, et al. Download PDF (619.7 KB) View HTML Supplemental Gene Expression Profiling of Atlantic Cod (Gadus morhua) Embryogenesis Using Microarray Øyvind Drivenes, Geir Lasse Taranger and Rolf B. Edvardsen Download PDF (469.2 KB) View HTML Supplemental The Mining of Pearl Formation Genes in Pearl Oyster Pinctada fucata by cDNA Suppression Subtractive Hybridization Ning Wang, Shigeharu Kinoshita, Naoko Nomura, Chihiro Riho and Kaoru Maeyama, et al. Download PDF (525.6 KB) View HTML Cloning and Characterization of a Novel Oligoalginate Lyase from a Newly Isolated Bacterium Sphingomonas sp. MJ-3 Hwan Hee Park, Natania Kam, Eun Yeol Lee and Hee Sook Kim Download PDF (1.2 MB) View HTML Microarray Analysis Highlights Immune Response of Pacific Oysters as a Determinant of Resistance to Summer Mortality Elodie Fleury and Arnaud Huvet Download PDF (10.8 MB) View HTML Genetic Mapping and QTL Analysis of Growth-Related Traits in the Pacific Oyster Xiang Guo, Qi Li, Qing Z. Wang and Ling F. Kong Download PDF (261.0 KB) View HTML Supplemental Aquaculture Journals

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Molecular and Functional Analysis of Three Fatty Acyl-CoA Reductases with Distinct Substrate Specificities in Copepod Calanus finmarchicus Prapapan Teerawanichpan and Xiao Qiu Download PDF (305.3 KB) View HTML A Microsatellite Linkage Map of Striped Bass (Morone saxatilis) Reveals Conserved Synteny with the Three-Spined Stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus) Sixin Liu, Caird E. Rexroad, Charlene R. Couch, Jan F. Cordes and Kimberly S. Reece, et al. Download PDF (1.1 MB) View HTML Supplemental Response of Sulfide:Quinone Oxidoreductase to Sulfide Exposure in the Echiuran Worm Urechis unicinctus Yu-Bin Ma, Zhi-Feng Zhang, Ming-Yu Shao, Kyoung-Ho Kang and Xiao-Li Shi, et al. Download PDF (1,018.0 KB) View HTML Previous – Top – Next

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N Niippppoonn SSuuiissaann G Gaakkkkaaiisshhii VOLUME 78, PART 1, JANUARY 2012

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N Noorrtthh A Am meerriiccaann JJoouurrnnaall ooff A Aqquuaaccuullttuurree VOLUME 73, PART 2, 2011

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R Reevviieew wss iinn A Aqquuaaccuullttuurree VOLUME.4 , ISSUE 1, MARCH 2012

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Research articles Reviews The role of the brain in farmed fish (pages 1–10) Sofronios E. Papoutsoglou Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(199K) References Proteomics: present and future in fish, shellfish and seafood (pages 11–20) Xuxia Zhou, Yuting Ding and Yanbo Wang Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(225K) References Original Articles Experiments on an integrated aquaculture system (seaweeds and marine fish) on the Red Sea coast of Saudi Arabia: efficiency comparison of two local seaweed species for nutrient biofiltration and production (pages 21–31) Yousef S. Al-Hafedh, Aftab Alam, Alejandro H. Buschmann and Kevin M. Fitzsimmons Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(344K) References Three decades of horseshoe crab rearing: a review of conditions for captive growth and survival (pages 32–43) Ruth H. Carmichael and Erik Brush Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(694K) References Chinese Abstracts Chinese Abstracts (pages 44–47) Abstract Full Article (HTML) PDF(351K) Previous – Top

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TTrreennddss iinn B Biiootteecchhnnoollooggyy VOLUME 30, PART 3, MARCH 2012

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Research articles Opinions Synthetic biosystems for the production of high-value plant metabolites Peter J. Facchini, Joerg Bohlmann, Patrick S. Covello, Vincenzo De Luca, Radhakrishnan Mahadevan, Jonathan E. Page, Dae-Kyun Ro, Christoph W. Sensen, Reginald Storms, Vincent J.J. Martin Show preview | articles

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Synthetic biology confronts publics and policy makers: challenges for communication, regulation and commercialization Tania Bubela, Gregory Hagen, Edna Einsiedel Show preview | articles

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Reviews Self-folding devices and materials for biomedical applications Christina L. Randall, Evin Gultepe, David H. Gracias Show preview | articles

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Error correction in gene synthesis technology Siying Ma, Ishtiaq Saaem, Jingdong Tian Show preview | articles

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Short self-assembling peptides as building blocks for modern nanodevices Anupama Lakshmanan, Shuguang Zhang, Charlotte A.E. Hauser Show preview | articles

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Chondrogenesis and cartilage tissue engineering: the longer road to technology development Nastaran Mahmoudifar, Pauline M. Doran Show preview | articles

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Unraveling plant–microbe interactions: can multi-species transcriptomics help? Peer M. Schenk, Lilia C. Carvalhais, Kemal Kazan Show preview |

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TTrreennddss iinn M Miiccrroobbiioollooggyy VOLUME 20, PART 3, MARCH 2012

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Research articles Forum: Science & Society A cell-based backup to speed up pandemic influenza vaccine production Min-Shi Lee, Alan Yung-Chih Hu Show preview | articles

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Opinion Metallobiology of host–pathogen interactions: an intoxicating new insight Hélène Botella, Gustavo Stadthagen, Geanncarlo Lugo-Villarino, Chantal de Chastellier, Olivier Neyrolles Show preview | articles

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Reviews A metabolic network approach for the identification and prioritization of antimicrobial drug targets Arvind K. Chavali, Kevin M. D’Auria, Erik L. Hewlett, Richard D. Pearson, Jason A. Papin Show preview | articles

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GB virus C: the good boy virus? Nirjal Bhattarai, Jack T. Stapleton Show preview | articles

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Emergence of the sudden oak death pathogen Phytophthora ramorum Niklaus J. Grünwald, Matteo Garbelotto, Erica M. Goss, Kurt Heungens, Simone Prospero Show preview | articles

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Molecular mechanisms of viral inhibitors of RIG-I-like receptors Daisy W. Leung, Christopher F. Basler, Gaya K. Amarasinghe Show preview | articles

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Diverse microbial interactions with the basement membrane barrier Lennert Steukers, Sarah Glorieux, Annelies P. Vandekerckhove, Herman W. Favoreel, Hans J. Nauwynck Show preview | articles

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