Jalil Zorriehzahra

Jalil Zorriehzahra
Iranian Fisheries Research Organization | IFRO · Scientific Information and Communication Dept.

Associate Professor (Ph.D in Aquatic animal Health & Diseases)

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Introduction
Specialist in Aquatic animal Health & Diseases with focused as Fish Virology and interesting to study in most important Fish Viral Diseases such as Viral Nervous Necrosis (VNN), IPN, IHN, VHS, KHV, SVS, and Fish Bacterial Diseases such as Enteric Redmouth (ERM) as well as study on Fish Vaccines and Rapid Diagnosis Kits in Aquatics. Also interested and active in COVID-19 Research and Projects
Additional affiliations
January 2020 - present
Iranian Fisheries Research Organization
Position
  • Head of Department
Description
  • Responsible for Scientific Information and Communication affairs in IFRO
May 2012 - January 2020
Iranian Fisheries Research Organization
Position
  • Head of Department
September 2008 - June 2012
IFRO & CEP
Position
  • Conservation and restoration of Caspian salmon (Salmo trutta caspius) stocks in the southern Caspian- Project Manager
Description
  • Caspian Sea, salmo trutta caspius, conservation
Education
September 2002 - October 2008
University of Putra Malaysia (UPM)
Field of study
  • Fish Virology
November 2000
Independent Researcher
Field of study
  • Dimloma in Management (DIM)

Publications

Publications (389)
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In the present study, the effects of Chlorella vulgaris on blood and immunological parameters of Caspian salmon (Salmo trutta caspius) before and after exposure to Viral Nervous Necrosis (VNN) virus were examined. In this regard, four treatments in triplicate were chosen. Groups included one control and 3treatments (T 1 , T 2 and T 3). Fish in cont...
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Yersinia ruckeri is the one of the most important causative agents of economic losses in fish farms in Iran. During April-August 2012، sampling was done from 285 rainbow trout weighing from 1-200 g up، from 19 coldwater farms that located in west-Azerbaijan province in order to isolate and identify the pathogenic bacterium Y. ruckeri, as causative...
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This experiment was conducted to evaluate the efficacy of different levels of Echinacea (Echinacea purpurea) methanol extract on the growth performances (final weight (FW), daily growth ratio (DGR), feed conversion rate (FCR), voluntary feed intake (VFI) and protein efficiency ratio (PER) and some of hematological parameters (hemoglobin (Hb), hemat...
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Whereas it is well documented that the genus Acinetobacter is associated with antibiotic resistant bacteria and human clinical infections, there are very few studies to date that report it as an emerging new pathogen for fish. In the present study, Acinetobacter lwoffii was isolated from diseased rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) from Iranian far...
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This study evaluated the effect of dietary supplementation of Camellia sinensis leaf-extract on non-specific immune responses and disease resistance of Mugil cephalus fingerling against P. damselae. Fish were fed with 0 (unsupplemented), 50, 100 and 200 mg/kg of green tea extract (GTE) supplemented diets. Results indicated that GTE decreased mortal...
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Fish and aquatic-derived zoonotic diseases have caused considerable problems in the aquaculture industry and fishery around the worldworldwide. In particular, the zoonotic diseases can pose widespread threats to humans. With the world's growing population and potential global trade of aquaculture and fish, the risk of environmental contamination an...
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In this study, the effectiveness of 4 killed VNN vaccines along with three types of adjuvants was evaluated by both immersion and injection methods. About 540 fish weighing 7-10 g of ozone (Acipenser stellatus Pallas 1771) were considered. Vaccination was performed in two stages one month apart, and one month after the second recurrence, exposure t...
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In this study, the effects of lutein on growth and blood factors of rainbow trout with average weight (93±0.64 g) were studied for 8 weeks. 4 treatments and 3 replicates were tested as follows: treatment 1: fed with normal commercial diet (control), treatment 2: 14ppm lutein, treatment 3: 16ppm lutein, treatment 4: 20ppm lutein. Each of the treatme...
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Vaccination is considered the most effective, environmentally friendly and cost-effective way of protecting commercial finfish species against infectious diseases with high economic impacts. Efficacy of a new inactivated Viral Nervous Necrosis (VNN) vaccine through heat-inactivated nervous necrosis virus (NNV) combined with three types of adjuvants...
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Plagiarism detection software: iTThe consumption of fish as useful animal protein is on the rise around the world, and the transport of fish is being considered as a means of trade between countries around the world. Every year, the occurrence of the Viral Necrosis Virus (VNN) disease in fish, as their main host, causes great damage to the fisherie...
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This study investigated the effects of dietary mixed and sprayed of Bacillus subtilis subsp. inaquosorum IS02 (B.s.i. IS02) on growth performance and digestive enzyme activity of whiteleg shrimp. Three different dosages of B.s.i. IS02 were applied via two application methods: mixed with (TM) and sprayed on (TS) feed containing 10 8 (TM1 and TS1), 1...
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Background: Bladder cancer is the 10th most common cancer worldwide, and its prevalence is increasing, especially in developing countries. Objective: In the present study, we employed gene expression profiles from the GSE163209 data set in the GEO database to identify potential molecular and genetic markers in BC patients. Methods: The data set com...
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This fact is well known that the appearance and development of all fish disease process could be the result of the interaction between three parameters such as pathogen, host, and environment. Therefore, only multidisciplinary studies involving knowledge of the characteristics of the potential pathogenic microorganisms for fish, aspects of the biol...
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During recent years we have witnessed numerous occurrences of viral infectious diseases such as Ebola, MERS, SARS, and recently COVID-19 with a drastic negative effect on human health. Following the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, it has been declared a public health emergency of international concern by the World Health Organization. The causat...
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In order to prevent the further spread of the COVID-19 pandemic caused by SARS-CoV-2, there is a need to develop rapid and reliable diagnostic tests. Given that there is currently no effective antiviral drug for COVID-19, the most important current strategy is to identify patients as soon as possible. Therefore, scientists and researchers are condu...
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This study was performed to evaluate the dry mealworm (Tenebrio molitor) to evaluate the contamination of Salmonella, which are among the most important food bacteria. Over the years, many studies have shown an increasing interest in using insect meal in animal feed. Mealworms are the larval form of the mealworm beetle, Tenebrio molitor, a species...
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This lecture talks about Zoonotic Diseases that can be transferred between animals and humans.
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The present study has indicated information about the airborne transmission and self inoculation (direct contact) are two modes of infectious diseases transmission via pathogens Bioaerosols are airborne particles that are alive (such as bacteria and fungi) or originate from living organisms Diseases
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This study was performed to evaluate the dry mealworm (Tenebrio molitor) to evaluate the contamination of Salmonella, which are among the most important food bacteria
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This study has illustrated information about the waterborne illness and multiple epidemics associated with the consumption of polluted or improper treatment of water is gradually raising global public health concern and is being a significant cause of morbidity and mortality Contamination of water by pathogenic microorganisms is now a growing probl...
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Airborne as the diseases transmitted to humans
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Diseases transmitted from waterborne to humans
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Chlorine compounds are widely used in the food industry to kill bacteria and disinfect products. Aquatic processing operations to maintain hygienic quality requires steps to reduce the microbial load on the surface of the fish and the surfaces in contact with the fish that need to be kept clean. The most common forms of chlorine used in the aquacu...
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Fish viscera, which are one of the most important wastes, are rich in unsaturated fatty acids and proteins and are highly perishable. If these biological compounds are used properly, on the one hand, they will reduce the environmental pollution caused by their disposal, and on the other hand, they will lead to the production of high value-added pro...
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This PPT talking about the role and importance of Emerging and Re-Emerging Infectious Aquatic Disease in Sustainable Aquaculture and Marine Fish.
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This presentation aims to highlight those approaches that have made important contributions to the improvement of aquatic animal health
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This presentation has performed to collect information about the most important causes of fish zoonosis, bacteria. Bacteria are divided into two groups, gram-positive and gram-negative, which are usually found in the digestive tract of fish.
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This lecture talks about Viral diseases that are important because a few treatments are existing and the effective viral vaccines for using in aquaculture have not yet been completely developed.
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Viral Nervous Necrosis (VNN), caused by betabodavirus, is considered as one of the most important threats for mariculture and aquaculture globally. The disease was previously reported in wild golden grey mullet (Chelon aurata) from the Caspian Sea in 2004. To update these findings and to examine the phylogenetic relationship of the betanodavirus in...
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In order to prevent the further spread of the COVID-19 pandemic caused by SARS-CoV-2, there is a need to develop rapid and reliable diagnostic tests. Given that there is currently no effective antiviral drug for COVID-19, the most important current strategy is to identify patients as soon as possible. Therefore, scientists and researchers are condu...
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Bacteriophages are a heterogeneous group of viruses in terms of phenotype, genotype, and host range that can be used as a bio control agent. Phage therapy may represent a viable alternative to antibiotics to inactivate bacteria, the main pathogenic agents in the aquaculture industry. The double agar method was used. In this method a small volume of...
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Betanodavirus is known as a serious threat to fish health and causes economic damages to the mariculture industry and aquaculture. Given the importance and worldwide prevalence of viral nervous necrosis disease, this review provides new information on the characteristics of Betanodavirus, its modes of transmission, diagnosis, and ways to its contro...
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Fish welfare necessitates a well-managed program with constant attention to detail. The best way to ensure optimum fish health is to raise them in a healthy environment with good nutrition and qualified high water, isolation from infectious agents, and new intelligent fish farming methods. In this study, we reviewed vita vaccines to prevent infecti...
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This study was carried out to investigate the effect of dietary supplementation of garlic (Allium sativum) extract on growth parameters and hematological parameters and immune system response of Mugil cephalus larvae encountered with Photobacterium damselae. Two hundred and forty M. cephalus larvae with a mean weight of 5g were randomly divided int...
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Viral Nervous Necrosis (VNN) is considered one of the most important threats for mariculture and aquaculture in the world and up to now, it has been affecting more than 70 fish species. This study was aimed to detect and identify fish betanodavirus, the causative agent of VNN, using nested RT-PCR from brain tissue of Caspian Sea Mullet. Forty sampl...
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As the production and consumption of aquaculture products increase, so does the risk of diseases transmitted between humans and aquatic animals. Some pathogens derived from fish, oysters and other aquatic animals that can be zoonotic through open wounds include Aeromonas hydrophila, Edwardsiella tarda, Mycobacterium marinum, streptococcus iniae, Vi...
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The objective of this study was to analyze the efficiency of the killed vaccine against nervous necrosis virus on Acipenser stellutus. Heat inactivated VNN vaccine was administrated in 7 g juveniles of Acipenser stellutus as a laboratory model and it was included in three different adjuvants that were used as injection and immersion forms with diff...
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This research was carried in order to study of pathology and changes of some hematology indicators of indigenous and French Rainbow trout fish after following with Aeromonas hydrophila. For this research, treatments were performed in eight treatments and each treatment with three replications (each replicate containing 10 rainbow trout fish with an...
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Citrus peel is a natural source of antioxidants and the use of its natural extracts to improve the quality of fish is increasing. The effect of orange peel extract on the chemical and sensory properties of Huso huso fillet when refrigerated (4±1 °C) was investigated. In this study, fish fillets with aqueous solutions of ethanolic extract of orange...
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In this study, “Tak Cell” probiotic, based on eight-year studies (2009- 2016) of the Iranian Fisheries Sciences Research Institute in National Shrimp Research Institute, and produced in collaboration with the “Tak Zhen Zist ®” company, was added to the diet of western white shrimp (Litopenaeus vannamei) weighing more than 6 grams (in three Differen...
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The novel pandemic disease has been evaluated as a global health emergency by the World Health Organization (WHO) due to its rapid spread worldwide. In many countries, the established restrictive measures on the movement and travel have had adverse economic outcomes, including a substantial drop in both jobs and salaries, in these communities. The...
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A lateral flow immunochromatography strip test, based on antibody–gold nanoparticles specific for nervous necrosis virus (NNV), was developed for rapid, on‐site detection of the virus in fish stocks. A monoclonal antibody against NNV was conjugated with colloidal gold as the detector antibody. A rabbit anti‐NNV polyclonal antibody and goat anti‐mou...
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The present study aimed to investigate the effect of the commercial probiotic BetaPlus® Ultra (BP Ultra) in combination with the galacto-oligosaccharide (GOS) or the isomalto-oligosaccharide (IMO) prebiotics in Caspian trout (Salmo caspius) parr. S. caspius (8.5±0.07 g) was randomly distributed in three dietary treatments including: control group,...
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This study aimed to identify the chemical composition of essential oil of some Iranian medicinal plants and their antifungal activity against Saprolegnia parasitica in comparison to formalin as positive control under in vitro conditions. The essential oils of Eryngium campestre, Pimpinella affinis, Mentha piperita, Achillea wilhelmsii and Cuminum c...
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AI can be utilized in conserving species of aquatic life forms and it helps in maintaining sustainability in open sea fishery. AI helps significantly in preventing illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing so as to coach AI methods, it's required to supply historical labeled data. in order that we provided a suggestion to utilize neural ar...
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In the current century, the world is faced with unprecedented pandemic not only on humans but also on fish, especially marine mammals. The coronavirus subfamily; Coronavirinae is divided into four genera, alpha-, beta-, gamma-, and delta (α, β, γ, and δ) coronavirus. The γ coronaviruses are found in birds and aquatic mammals including bottlenose do...
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In the current century, the world is faced with unprecedented pandemic not only on humans but also on fish, especially marine mammals. The coronavirus subfamily; Coronavirinae is divided into four genera, alpha-, beta-, gamma-, and delta (α, β, γ, and δ) coronavirus. The γ coronaviruses are found in birds and aquatic mammals including bottlenose do...
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The emergence of diseases has caused much health and economic damage. Viral Nervous Necrosis (VNN) is considered as one of the most important threats to aquatic ecosystems. VNN can cause severe mortality and economic loss in fish farms. The high water temperatures in southern Iran and the observed incidences of fish mortality in the Persian Gulf le...
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This Conference reviews smart fish farming systems that demonstrate how complex science and technology can be made easy for application in seafood production systems. In this context, the focus of this Conference is on the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in fish culture. It aims to protect fish farms from sudden shortages by early detection...
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One of the most important problems in the field is the management of some fish farming fields for the control of the bacterial septicemia syndrome caused by Aeromonas hydrophila. The purpose of this study was to find away to control and eliminate the bacteria using bacteriophage to increase the survival rate of rainbowtrout ,infectedwithAeromonashy...
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Effects of Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) on Aquatics emerging and re-emerging diseases
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Effects of COVID-19 on Fishery Economics and Aquaculture activities
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Coronavirus has caused a lot of damage to the aquaculture industry and major problems in communities. It threatens health and it slows down economies. Our aquaculture farmers, fishermen and women are among the first to suffer the economic consequences, as seafood demand has experienced a dramatic slump. Coronavirus is one of the most serious health...
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Bacteriophages IsolationfromwaterofFishbreedingpoolsandeffectofthisbacteriophageswasstudiedonAeromonashydrophilainRainbowtroutandtheresultsshowedthatbacteriophagewasabletokilltheAromonashydrophila.
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The challenge of Aeromonas hydrophila and bacteriophage AHɸ3 to rainbow trout in order to evaluate of survival rate
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Aquaculture industry is very important to produce nearly one-third of the world's seafood supplies. One of the biggest problems in this industry is infectious bacterial disease, which effect livelihoods of communities causing heavy financial that production loses and a subsequent decrease in food availability. Bacteriophages are a heterogeneous gro...
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Anesthetic agents are used in fish to decrease stress and mortality during sorting, surgery, diagnosis and artificial fertilization procedure. This study was done to evaluate and compare the efficacy of propofol and clove oil for anesthetizing Capoeta damascina. For this purpose, 40 fish were caught from Arvand River and divided into two groups. Af...
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In recent years, development has been witnessed in the market expansion of agricultural inputs and products including substances and materials that improve the functioning of the soil, plants, and the interactions between soil and plant. This is a very broad category of products and substances that often bring innovative solutions in the field of f...
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In this study, the effect of astaxanthin on growth, pigmentation and blood factors were studied in rainbow trout weighted average (93±0.64 g) for 8 weeks. Two treatments and three replicates were employed as follows: Treatment A: fed with a commercial diet (control), treatment B: 41 mg/kg astaxanthin. All treatments were fed in hours 8, 12, 16, res...
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This study was undertaken to investigate the diversity, abundance ratio, and distribution of the fish species and to record the water quality of Konhaye Stream, district Dir Lower, Pakistan. A total of 16 fish species were recorded, belonging to 4 orders (Cypriniformes, Channiformes, Siluriformes and Mastacebilformes), and 5 families including Cypr...
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As the production and consumption of aquaculture products increase, so does the risk of diseases transmitted between humans and aquatic animals. Some pathogens derived from fish, oysters and other aquatic animals that can be zoonotic through open wounds include Aeromonas hydrophila, Edwardsiella tarda, Mycobacterium marinum, Streptococcus iniae, Vi...
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Using natural extracts, as a source of anti-microbial, to improve the quality of fish is increasing. In this study, the ethanolicextract of orange (Citrus sinensisL.) was used due to having this property. Agar dilution method was employed in order to determine the minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) of the ethanolicextract of orange peel on Pseu...
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In this study has been attempted to evaluate some hematological, serological and immunological indices to determine the baseline for determining the health of SPF brood stock. For this purpose, during three sampling stages, before, simultaneously and after breeding time, the blood samples were collected from brood stock fish at the SPF center in th...
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Background and Aim: In late 2019, a new viral disease, called COVID-19, caused by SARS-CoV-2, began in China and soon became a pandemic. COVID-19 is a threat to human health and causes human and financial losses in societies. Therefore, researchers are working to identify and control it more quickly. This review provides the newest information on C...
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Thegreatesteffectofbacteriophageonthesurvivalrateofrainbowtroutwaswhenthebacterialconcentrationof1×108cfuofAeromonashydrophilaand1×103pfuofbacteriophagewereimmersed. There was no significant difference between the control and positive control groups in any of the treatments, but there was a significant difference between the control and treatment s...
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Coronavirus has caused a lot of damage to the aquaculture industry and major problems in communities. It threatens health and it slows down economies. Our aquaculture farmers, fishermen and women are among the first to suffer the economic consequences, as seafood demand has experienced a dramatic slump. Coronavirus is one of the most serious health...
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Viral Nervous Necrosis (VNN) causes viral encephalopathy and retinopathy (VER), a hazardous and devastating disease of many species of cultured and marine fish worldwide. It caused by betanodaviruses a serious concern especially in the fry and young fish. This virus infects most of the cultured fishes causing severe mortality. Our current review fo...