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Volume 132, Number 1, 15 April 1995

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Knowledge and research prospects in marine mollusc and crustacean immunology
pp. 17-32(16)
Authors: Bachere, E.; Mialhe, E.; Noel, D.; Boulo, V.; Morvan, A.; Rodriguez, J.

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Strategy for research and international cooperation in marine invertebrate pathology, immunology and genetics
pp. 33-41(9)
Authors: Mialhe, E.; Bachere, E.; Boulo, V.; Cadoret, J.P.

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Viruses and viral diseases of salmonids
pp. 43-52(10)
Author: Sano, T.

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The sequential changes of the virion polypeptides of CV HB1 virus (Birnaviridae) during serial undiluted passaging
pp. 73-80(8)
Authors: Lo C.-F.; Chi, S.; Tien, N.; Yu, P.; Chou, C.; Chen, S.; Wang, C.; Kou, G.

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Biochemical and toxigenic properties of Vibrio furnissii isolated from a European eel farm
pp. 81-90(10)
Authors: Esteve, C.; Amaro, C.; Biosca, E.G.; Garay, E.

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Development of immunological techniques for the detection of the potential causative agent of the brown ring disease
pp. 97-104(8)
Authors: Castro, D.; Luque, A.; Santamaria, J.A.; Maes, P.; Martinez-Manzanares, E.; Borrego, J.J.

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Influence of salinity and pH on the adhesion of pathogenic Vibrio strains to Sparus aurata skin mucus
pp. 113-120(8)
Authors: Balebona, M.C.; Morinigo, M.A.; Faris, A.; Krovacek, K.; Mansson, I.; Bordas, M.A.; Borrego, J.J.

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Vaccination of juvenile turbot, Scophthalmus maximus L., against vibriosis
pp. 125-131(7)
Authors: Quentel, C.; de Baulny, M.O.

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