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The current status of Bonamia disease in Ireland
McArdle, J.F.; McKiernan, F.; Foley, H.; Jones, D.H. (1991). The current status of Bonamia disease in Ireland. Aquaculture 93(3): 273-278
In: Aquaculture. Elsevier: Amsterdam; London; New York; Oxford; Tokyo. ISSN 0044-8486, more
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  • McArdle, J.F.
  • McKiernan, F.
  • Foley, H.
  • Jones, D.H.

    Bonamia disease was first detected in Ireland in 1987 in Cork Harbour where heavy mortalities occurred. Subsequent to the initial diagnosis the disease was diagnosed in two other locations in the west of Ireland. In one case this was again associated with serious mortalities whereas in the other no abnormalities were observed. The paper describes the investigations carried out on the disease in Ireland and discusses their significance.

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