In Germany and the USA, it was found that in rainbow trout salmonid whirling disease is caused by Myxobolus cerebralis
Evaluation of five diagnostic methods for the detection and quantification of Myxobolus cerebralis
Effects of multiple stressors on morbidity and mortality of fingerling rainbow trout infected with Myxobolus cerebralis
Whirling disease is caused by a microscopic, protozoan parasite called Myxobolus cerebralis
SCIENTISTS ARE RACING against the spread of the whirling disease parasite, Myxobolus cerebralis
, which, with its recent discovery in Washington's Grande Ronde River, has now been found in 22 states.
The whirling disease parasite, Myxobolus cerebralis
, causes skeletal deformities in the cartilage of young fish, making them vulnerable to predation.