Transcriptomic Profiling in Fins of Atlantic Salmon Parasitized with Sea Lice: Evidence for an Early Imbalance Between Chalimus-Induced Immunomodulation and the Host's Defense Response

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TitleTranscriptomic Profiling in Fins of Atlantic Salmon Parasitized with Sea Lice: Evidence for an Early Imbalance Between Chalimus-Induced Immunomodulation and the Host's Defense Response
AuthorsUmasuthan N, Xue X, Caballero-Solares A, Kumar S, Westcott JD, Chen Z, Fast MD, Skugor S, Nowak BF, Taylor RG, Rise ML
TypeJournal Article
Journal NameInternational journal of molecular sciences
Volume21
Issue7
Year2020
Page(s)N/A
CitationUmasuthan N, Xue X, Caballero-Solares A, Kumar S, Westcott JD, Chen Z, Fast MD, Skugor S, Nowak BF, Taylor RG, Rise ML. Transcriptomic Profiling in Fins of Atlantic Salmon Parasitized with Sea Lice: Evidence for an Early Imbalance Between Chalimus-Induced Immunomodulation and the Host's Defense Response. International journal of molecular sciences. 2020 Mar 31; 21(7).

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Parasitic sea lice (e.g.,

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LanguageEnglish
DOI10.3390/ijms21072417
Elocation10.3390/ijms21072417
PIIE2417
Journal AbbreviationInt J Mol Sci
Publication Date2020 Mar 31
eISSN1422-0067
ISSN1422-0067
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