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Fig. 1 | Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences

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From: Introduction of bacterial and viral pathogens from imported ornamental finfish in South Korea

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Phylogenetic trees and electrophoresis detection of gene sequences from the pathogens. Phylogenetic comparison between other sequences and the present detected sequences (, denoted by a bold circle) based on phylogenetic tree of a 16S rRNA gene sequences obtained from P. damselae in ocellaris clownfish, b 16S rRNA gene sequences obtained from Y. ruckeri in colored carp, c gyrB gene sequences obtained from V. alginolyticus in lemon damsel, d amiB gene sequences obtained from V. anguillarum in pearl-spot chromis. e rpoB gene sequences obtained from the V. harveyi in mandarin fish, f vvhB gene sequences obtained from V. vulnificus in caerulean damsel, and g MCP gene sequences obtained from ECV in sutchi catfish. h Electrophoresis detection of pathogen bands in agarose gel (1%). [Lines 1, 4, 6, 10: 100 bp ladder (GeneSTA™), Line 2: V. harveyi (454 bp), Line 3: V. vulnificus (205 bp), Line 5: V. alginolyticus (337 bp), Line 7: P. damselae (533 bp), Line 8: V. anguillarum (429 bp), Line 9: Y. ruckeri (575 bp), Line 11: L. garvieae (1100 bp), Line 12: ECV (625 bp)]

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