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B-1030: Non-specific Immunity of Fish Skin Mucus

B-1030: Non-specific Immunity of Fish Skin Mucus

Presenter: Dr. Tae Sung Jung, PhD

Date: February 10, 2017 Time: 08.00 GMT

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Duration: 1.0 hour

Career level: Veterinarians, Veterinary Scientists, Veterinary Students

CEPD Credits: 1.0 Hours of CEPD

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This presentation will cover the mucus that aquatic animals, especially fish, produce on the surface of their skin in order to protect themselves both immunologically and physiologically from a number of things, including a wide variety of non-specific and specific immune substances that play an important role in protecting the animals from external invaders.
 
Learning Objectives -
Participants will understand:
1. Evaluation of non-specific immune components from the skin mucus of olive flounder (Paralichthys olivaceus); and,
2. Combination treatment used against scuticociliatosis that reduces the inhibitor effect of mucus in olive flounder. 

 

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