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245 00 Fish immune system and vaccines /|cedited by Makesh M., 
       Rajendran K.V 
264  1 Singapore :|bSpringer Nature Singapore :|bImprint: 
300    1 online resource (ix, 290 pages) :|billustrations, 
       digital ;|c24 cm 
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337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
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505 0  Chapter 1. Overview of fish immune system -- Chapter 2. 
       Shrimp immune system and immune responses -- Chapter 3. 
       Types of vaccines used in aquaculture -- Chapter 4. 
       Vaccines against bacterial pathogens of fish -- Chapter 5.
       Viral vaccines for farmed finfish -- Chapter 6. Vaccines 
       for parasitic diseases of fish -- Chapter 7. Bacterial 
       biofilm for oral vaccination in aquaculture -- Chapter 8. 
       RNA interference vaccines for disease control in 
       aquaculture -- Chapter 9. Prospects of vaccination in 
       crustaceans with special reference to shrimp -- Chapter 
       10. Methods of vaccine delivery -- Chapter 11. Adjuvants 
       for fish vaccines -- Chapter 12. Role of pattern 
       recognition receptors and interferons in fish vaccination 
       -- Chapter 13. Evaluating efficacy of vaccines in finfish 
       -- Chapter 14. Biosafety and regulatory requirements for 
       vaccines -- Chapter 15. Adverse effects of fish vaccines 
520    This book is a collection of comprehensive and latest 
       information on all aspects of vaccination in fish and 
       shellfish. It provides the basic understanding about the 
       immune system of both fish and crustaceans, besides giving
       the latest information on adjuvants, vaccine delivery 
       methods, adverse effects of vaccines and methods to assess
       the efficacy of vaccines. Separate chapters on the role of
       pattern recognition receptors and interferons in fish 
       vaccination, biofilm vaccines and biosafety and regulatory
       requirements for fish vaccines are also included. 
       Aquaculture, being the fastest growing food producing 
       industry in the world, is looked upon for alleviating the 
       malnutrition especially among the under privileged 
       population. However, intensive aquaculture practices have 
       led to increased incidences of diseases and significant 
       production losses. Among various health management 
       measures employed in aquaculture, vaccination has been 
       proven to be the best approach to protect fish against 
       pathogens. It is considered to be safe and is a key factor
       for sustainable aquaculture. In this background, apart 
       from the basic understanding of fish and shellfish immune 
       system, updated knowledge on various types of vaccines and
       the vaccination strategies currently employed in 
       aquaculture are also covered. The book is designed to 
       provide the latest and comprehensive knowledge on all 
       these aspects as a compiled resource material which is 
       useful to students, researchers and other professionals in
       the field of aquaculture 
650  0 Fishes|xImmunology 
650  0 Fishes|xVaccination 
650 14 Freshwater and Marine Ecology 
650 24 Immunology 
650 24 Animal Science 
700 0  Makesh M.,|eeditor 
700 0  Rajendran K. V.,|eeditor 
710 2  SpringerLink (Online service) 
773 0  |tSpringer Nature eBook 
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