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Journal of Fish Diseases

dc.contributor.authorBauer, Julia
dc.contributor.authorAdamek, Mikołaj
dc.contributor.authorMiebach, Anne-Carina
dc.contributor.authorGährken, Jakob
dc.contributor.authorWessels, Stephan
dc.contributor.authorTetens, Jens
dc.contributor.authorDietz, Carsten
dc.contributor.authorSünder, Angela
dc.contributor.authorMatras, Marek
dc.contributor.authorStachnik, Magdalena
dc.contributor.authorReichert, Michał
dc.contributor.authorSteinhagen, Dieter
dc.description.abstractReplacing fishmeal, a finite resource with high market demand, in the diet of car-nivorous rainbow trout with proteins from alternative sources may be a challenge for these fish. Therefore, this study investigated whether replacing fishmeal with protein derived from Hermetia illucens or Arthrospira platensis could promote disease suscepti-bility in local trout populations with different growth performance. This was assessed in vitro by measuring susceptibility to infection with the viral haemorrhagic septicae-mia virus (VHSV) or the bacterium Yersinia ruckeri. Analysis of fin tissue explants and primary cell cultures from scales from the three trout populations infected in vitro with VHSV and gill explants infected with Y. ruckeri showed no significant differences in virus replication or bacterial counts. Evaluation of the virucidal or bactericidal ef-fect of skin mucus showed a significant reduction in viral load and bacterial count for all samples with mucus addition, but no significant difference was observed between the experimental groups. This study documents no apparent impairment of innate im-mune mechanisms in the skin and gills of trout after feeding a diet replacing fishmeal with Arthrospira or Hermetia proteins. This underlines the potential of these alterna-tive protein sources for the further development of sustainable trout aquaculture.
dc.subjectArthrospira platensis, disease resistance, Hermetia illucens, in vitro, viral haemorrhagic septicaemia virus, Yersinia ruckeri
dc.titleIn vitro modelling of the influence of alternative feeds (Hermetia illucens, Arthrospira platensis) on the resistance of different rainbow trout populations (Oncorhynchus mykiss) against the viral haemorrhagic septicaemia virus and Yersinia ruckeri
dcterms.titleJournal of Fish Diseases

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