streptococcosis

streptococcosis

 [strep″to-kŏ-ko´sis]
infection with streptococci.

strep·to·coc·co·sis

(strep'tō-ko-kō'sis),
Any streptococcal infection.

streptococcosis

a disease of domestic poultry caused by Streptococcus zooepidemicus (syn. S. gallinarum), S. faecalis, S. faecium and S. durans. The disease is characterized by bacteremia with localization of suppurative infection in many body sites and a variety of clinical pictures of fever, anorexia and pale comb.
In fish occurs in rainbow trout, yellowtail and eels; caused by Enterococcus seriolicida; manifested by exophthalmos, sometimes resulting in orbital rupture.
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It is estimated, for example, that streptococcosis resulted in a loss of US $250 million in the cultured fish industry in 2008 alone.
The effect of environmental factors on the susceptibility of hybrid tilapia Oreochromis niloticusxOreochromis aures to streptococcosis.
Streptococcosis is one of the chief bacterial diseases in rainbow trout that for its prevention used of aquavac garvetil vaccine.
In the other study that were done by fagani et al in Iran (2008) demonstrated that use of aquavac garvetil against streptococcosis causes increasing of white blood cell, average of cell volume, haemoglobin weight in the cell and haemoglobin percentage [8].
Aquavac garvetil vaccine cause creation of specific immune against streptococcosis and this immune wasn't decreased cause of ichthyophthirius on the fish body surface but this vaccine fulfilled as immune system excitant and consequently nonspecific immune system reached in the mucosa.
On an Easter break visit home from college, Fred contracted streptococcosis, a disease easily treated today with antibiotics, and died.
Efficacy of an autogenous vaccine for preventing streptococcosis in piglets.