Effects of antiparasitic treatment for argulosis on innate immune system of a cyprinid fish (Fathead Minnow; Pimephales promelas, Rafinesque 1820)

Teresa Maria Merk
Parasitic diseases in European aquaculture continue to pose economic and ecological threats to farmed and wild fish populations. The primary infection with ectoparasites can open the door to secondary or super- infections caused by bacterial and viral pathogens. Specifically, the infection with Argulus foliaceus (fish louse) in freshwater cyprinid fish such as common carp (Cyprinuscarpio) can increase production losses in affected aquaculture operations, or stocked water bodies. However, current veterinary drug use regulations in Germany...
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