Recent VIMS Pfiesteria Publications

  1. Vogelbein, W.K., V.J. Lovko, J.D. Shields, K.S. Reece, P. Mason, L.W. Haas, C.C. Walker, 2002. Pfiesteria shumwayae kills fish by micropredation not exotoxin secretion. Nature 418(6901): 67-69.
  2. Berry, J.P., K.S. Reece, K.S. Rein, D.G. Baden, L.W. Haas, W.L. Ribeiro, J.D. Shields, R.V. Snyder, Vogelbein, W.K and R.E. Gawley (2002). "Are Pfiesteria species toxicogenic? Evidence against production of icthyotoxins by Pfiesteria shumwayae. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
  3. Kiryu, Y., J.D. Shields, W.K. Vogelbein, D.E. Zwerner, H. Kator, 2002. Induction of skin ulcers in Atlantic menhaden by injection and water-borne exposure to the zoospores of Aphanomyces invadans. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health 14: 11-24.
  4. Blazer, V.S., J.H. Lilley, W.B. Schill, Y. Kiryu, C. L. Densmore, V. Panyawachira and S. Chinabut, 2002. Aphanomyces invadans in Atlantic Menhaden along the East Coast of the United States. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health 14(1): 1-10.
  5. Steidinger, K., J. Landsberg, R. W. Richardson, E. Truby, B. Blakesley, P. Scott, P. Tester, T. Tengs, P. Mason, S. Morton, D. Seaborn, W. Litaker, K.S. Reece, D. Oldach, L. Haas and G. Vasta, 2001. Classification and identification of Pfiesteria and Pfiesteria-like species. Environmental Health Perspectives 109(Supplement 5): 661-665.
  6. Vogelbein, W.K., J.D. Shields, L.W. Haas, K.S. Reece, and D.E. Zwerner, 2001. Skin ulcers in estuarine fishes: a comparative pathological evaluation of wild and laboratory-exposed fish. Environmental Health Perspectives 109(5): 687-693.
  7. Blazer, V., W.K. Vogelbein, C. Densmore, H. Kator, D. Zwerner and J. Lilley, 2000. Etiology and pathogenesis of skin ulcers in menhaden, Brevoortia tyrannis: does Pfiesteria piscicida play a role? Marine Environmental Research 50(1-5): 487-488.
  8. Blazer, V.S., W.K. Vogelbein, C.L. Densmore, E.B. May, J.H. Lilley and D.E. Zwerner, 1999. Aphanomyces as a cause of ulcerative skin lesions of menhaden from Chesapeake Bay tributaries. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health 11(4): 340-349.
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