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An Overview of Furunculosis

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Faeze Izadi and Mohammad Forouhar Vajargah*

Volume3-Issue6
Dates: Received: 2022-06-23 | Accepted: 2022-06-28 | Published: 2022-06-30
Pages: 738-741

Abstract

The aquaculture industry is currently growing faster than other sectors of human protein production. However, every year, diseases inflict irreparable damage on this growing industry, which inevitably uses antibiotics. In the last two decades, vaccination as a preventive method against various bacterial pathogens in the aquatic industry Cultivation known and has reduced the use of antibiotics. Fish diseases can be caused by several factors, one of which is bacteria. Furunculosis, the most destructive bacterial disease of fish, is now almost distributed worldwide. Furunculosis is a debilitating and deadly disease that affects numerous species of breeding fishes.

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Izadi F, Vajargah MF. An Overview of Furunculosis. J Biomed Res Environ Sci. 2022 June 30; 3(6): 738-741. doi: 10.37871/jbres1507, Article ID: JBRES1507, Available at: https://www.jelsciences.com/articles/jbres1507.pdf


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