AVM volume 10, issue 1, P51-60 2019 DOI: 10.46784/e-avm.v10i1.81 View full text
Vladimir Radosavljević, Jelena Maksimović-Zorić, Ljubiša Veljović, Dragana Ljubojević, Miroslav Ćirković, Zoran Marković, Vesna Milićević

Abstract: Cyprinidae, the largest known fish family including carp and minnows, has worldwide distribution with many species that are economically important in aquaculture. As would be expected, many viral pathogens can affect this group. The most pathogenic of these are the rhabdoviruses, a reovirus and three herpesviruses. Cyprinid herpesviruses can cause significant economic losses in aquaculture, and some of these viruses are oncogenic. The three herpesviruses are closely related but cause distinctly different disea…

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