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Volume 35, Number 1, 1 January 2012

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The pathology of ‘scale drop syndrome’ in Asian seabass, Lates calcarifer Bloch, a first description
pp. 19-27(9)
Authors: Gibson‐Kueh, S; Chee, D; Chen, J; Wang, Y H; Tay, S; Leong, L N; Ng, M L; Jones, J B; Nicholls, P K; Ferguson, H W

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The potential for targeted surveillance of live fish movements in Scotland
pp. 29-37(9)
Authors: Green, D M; Werkman, M; Munro, L A

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Bacterial infections of Chinook salmon, Oncorhynchus tshawytscha (Walbaum), returning to gamete collecting weirs in Michigan
pp. 39-50(12)
Authors: Loch, T P; Scribner, K; Tempelman, R; Whelan, G; Faisal, M

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Studies on the effect of temperature and pH on the inactivation of fish viral and bacterial pathogens
pp. 51-64(14)
Authors: Dixon, P F; Smail, D A; Algoët, M; Hastings, T S; Bayley, A; Byrne, H; Dodge, M; Garden, A; Joiner, C; Roberts, E; Verner‐Jeffreys, D; Thompson, F

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Studies on the inactivation of selected viral and bacterial fish pathogens at high pH for waste disposal purposes
pp. 65-72(8)
Authors: Dixon, P F; Algoët, M; Bayley, A; Dodge, M; Joiner, C; Roberts, E

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The potential of waste items in aquatic environments to act as fomites for viral haemorrhagic septicaemia virus
pp. 73-77(5)
Authors: Pham, P H; Jung, J; Lumsden, J S; Dixon, B; Bols, N C

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First description of Edwardsiella tarda in Senegalese sole, Solea senegalensis (Kaup)
pp. 79-82(4)
Authors: Castro, N; Toranzo, A. E.; Devesa, S.; González, A.; Nuñez, S.; Magariños, B.

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