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Immunodiagnostic methods for the detection of bacterial kidney disease in salmonid fishes

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Title Immunodiagnostic methods for the detection of bacterial kidney disease in salmonid fishes
Creator Manfredi, Eugene Trent
Subject Theses--Fisheries
Description Surveys were conducted, using direct and indirect immunofluorescent antibody techniques, immunodiffusion, and counterelectrophoresis, to detect kidney disease bacteria in cultured and feral populations of salmonids, and to compare the results obtained with the various assay methods. A prototype enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) was developed and tested using serum from naturally and artificially infected salmonids. The ELISA was developed in response to an antigen which was detected... Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Washington, 1986
Date 2009-10-05T23:04:10Z 2009-10-05T23:04:10Z 1986
Type Thesis
Format vii, 183 p., [18] p. of plates
Identifier b19087275 15314349 — http://hdl.handle.net/1773/5282
Language en_US
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