Bacteriophage control of microbial biofilms - Vibrio anguillarum in aquaculture settings
|Main area:||Marine biology|
|Target group:||Biology, Biochemistry|
|Educational level:||Masters, Bachelor|
Vibrio anguillarum is a marine pathogenic bacterium causing vibriosis, which contributes to significant mortalities in fish and shellfish aquaculture worldwide, with a fatal hemorrhagic septicemia and responsible for severe economic losses in marine aquaculture industry, especially during the larval stage, where the immune system is not fully developed.
|Methods used:||microbiological and molecular biological methodology|
|Keywords:||biofilm, pathogens, viruses, microbial interactions, disease|