Cryptobia

Cryptobia

a genus of biflagellate protozoa that parasitize fish, amphibians and other aquatic creatures.

Cryptobia borreli, Cryptobia brachialis, Cryptobia cyprini
parasitic hemoflagellates of fish, transmitted by leeches.
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In vitro effects of fetal bovine serum and glucose on multiplication of Cryptobia salmositica.
In vivo and In vivo cell mediated immune responses to rainbow trout, Onchorhychus myhiss (Walbaum) against Cryptobia salmositica Katz 1951 (Sarcomastgophora, Kinetoplastida).
was present only in fish from Barangay Carmen and Barangay Isla de Oro, while Cryptobia sp.
Cryptobia agitans, Brachiomyces sanguinis, and Actionocleidus longus were identified from specimens of L.
ABSTRACT A new species of Cryptobia, was found in the blood of diversicolor abalone, Haliotis diversicolor Reeve, derived from farming ponds, on the coast of the south China sea in December 2000.
KEY WORDS: parasite, Cryptobia spp, new species, Haliotis diversicolor Reeve
A species appearing identical to Cryptobia helices has also been reported living in the reproductive organs and intestines of pulmonate land snails in Europe (Leidy 1846).
9 chongqingensis anguillicandat-us This Cryptobia sp Haliotis (12.
Cryptobia salmositica is found to cause the severe anorexia (Li and Woo, 1991) and impaired immune response during the infection in rainbow trout, O.
salmositica in rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss and Cryptobia salmositica in rainbow trout, O.
In the present study it was observed that the decrease in hemoglobin concentration was accompanied with decrease in the number erythrocytes in the blood of infected fish which has confirmed that significant destruction of erythrocytes has occurred during trypanosome, trypanoplasm or cryptobia infections in fishes (Khan, 1985; Lowe-Jinde, 1986; Woo, 1994, 2001, 2003; Ahmed and Ollevier, 2001, 2002; Ahmed et al.
She further found a significant decrease in hemoglobin level due to the destruction of erythrocytes during the infection of Cryptobia salmositica in rainbow trout, O.