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Isolation and molecular identification of Vibrio harveyi from the look down fish (Selene vomer)
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Isolation and molecular identification of Vibrio harveyi from the look down fish (Selene vomer)
Jun, Jin-Woo; Lee, Young-Ran; Giri, Sib Sankar; Kim, Hyoun-Joong; Yun, Sae-Kil; Chi, Cheng; Kim, Sang-Guen; Koh, Jeong-Rack; Jung, Ji-Yun; Lee, Byeong-Chun; Park, Se-Chang;
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 Abstract
Gradual mortality of look down fish (Selene vomer) was observed in a private aquarium in Seoul, showing abnormal swimming behavior and lethargy. A bacterial pathogen from kidney was cultured, identified, and confirmed as Vibrio harveyi using Vitek System 2 and 16S rRNA gene sequencing. A predominant bacterial strain, SNUVh-LW2 was proved to be most closely related to isolates from China by phylogenetic analysis with minimum evolution method. Also, tetracycline was considered as the most sensitive antibiotic agent via antibiotic susceptibility test. The group of fish was treated according to the diagnostic result and no more mortality was observed.
 Keywords
Vibrio harveyi;aquarium;look down fish;
 Language
English
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