Anirban Paul

Anirban Paul
Central Institute of Freshwater Aquaculture | CIFA · Fish Health Management Division

Ph.D.

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Aim: Methodology: Results: Interpretation: The present study was carried out to ascertain the prevalence and species-spectrum of Dactylogyrus in Indian major carp farms of Odisha state, India. Further it is to establish host preference of Dactylogyrus catlaius among Indian major carps. The study was conducted from September 2018 to March 2020 in th...
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Tilapia Lake Virus (TiLV) disease is an emerging and transboundary disease of tilapia cultures, causing mortality up to 90% globally. TiLV is a negative sense single stranded RNA virus belongs to family Amnoonviridae, genus Tilapinevirus and species Tilapia tilapinevirus. The first TiLV outbreak to fishes was reported from Israel followed by other...
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Dactylogyrus is one of the major parasites ubiquitously present in the aquatic environment causing severe economic loss. The present study documented a new species of Dactylogyrus from India infecting the Indian major carp, i.e. rohu (Labeo rohita) both in natural and experimental conditions. The 18 s and 28 s rDNA sequence analyses revealed the pr...
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The production of cultured pearl represents a major industry in many countries including India. The species that belong to the genus Lamellidens, Hyriopsis and Cristaria are some of the important pearl-producing bivalve organisms in cultured condition. Due to the rising demand for cultured pearl, the intensification of culture practices of freshwat...
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Co-infections in fish by the wide array of pathogens have been little researched, although such infections are commonly noticed in nature. A murrel farm recorded 100% mortality in adults of Channa striata within 3-4 days of infection during winter. The clinical signs included cloudy eyes, excess mucus secretion, haemorrhages on the body, lethargy a...
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Infectious spleen and kidney necrosis virus (ISKNV), a type species of the genus Megalocytivirus, poses a threat to ornamental fish trade as most cases show nonspecific symptoms, thus making timely diagnosis challenging. Apparently health molly (Poecilia sphenops) and angelfish (Pterophyllum scalare) collected from two distinct geographic localitie...
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Most environmental parameters have no consistent effect on the expression of bacterial genes responsible for their virulence. However, as fish are poikilothermic, the possibility of temperature variation having a pronounced effect on the expression of virulence-associated gene(s) of bacteria infecting the host needs to be investigated. In this stud...
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During the period 2014-18, a total of 219 cases of fish mortalities were being investigated under a passive surveillance programme. Among different disease incidences parasitic diseases were found to the major contributor accounting for 74.88% cases followed by bacterial diseases of 12.79%, mixed bacterial and parasitic diseases of 10.50% and viral...
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Koi sleepy disease caused by carp edema virus (CEV) of pox virus is a potential carp killer and poses a constant threat to co-cultured fish. Only limited studies are available on its occurrence from the eastern part of India. Here, we report a large-scale mortality of koi carps (Cyprinus carpio koi) in ornamental fish farm of Choudwar, Cuttack, Odi...
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Demand and production of freshwater pearl mussel Lamellidens marginalis (Lamarck, 1819) have increased many folds in the last few decades. There are only very scanty reports of infective agents and their pathogenicity affecting this particular mussel species. Heavy infestation and mortality of L. marginalis were observed in the ponds of Freshwater...
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Global aquaculture production of Channa striata has increased from 480 tons in 1950 to 17847 tons in 2014 and it is expected to be the species of interest in aquaculture in near future. The process of intensification of its culture practices has led to emergence or appearance of many diseases in stressful conditions, thus leading to large scale mor...
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Traditional knowledge base rheostats the livelihood of inhabitants of Tripura. Fishers' community of the state are precisely innovative and skilful to use traditional knowledge in fish culture and its management. The study attempted at compilation and documentation of indigenous technical knowledge (ITK) related to pond maintenance, fish health man...
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Traditional knowledge base rheostats the livelihood of inhabitants of Tripura. Fishers' community of the state are precisely innovative and skilful to use traditional knowledge in fish culture and its management. The study attempted at compilation and documentation of indigenous technical knowledge (ITK) related to pond maintenance, fish health man...

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Study the efficacy of viral vaccines to protect the fish from viral pathogens in laboratory trials
Archived project
Parasitic disease identification and characterization
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Identification and characterization of infectious pathogens and parasites from ornamental fishes.