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B-1009 Buller - Aquatic Bacteriology

B-1009 Buller - Aquatic Bacteriology

B-1009 Buller - Aquatic Bacteriology

Dr Nicky Buller BSc, PG Dip Bus, PD Dip Mol Biol, PhD
Dr Nicky Buller BSc, PG Dip Bus, PD Dip Mol Biol, PhD
on behalf of World Aquatic Veterinary Medical Association

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Launch date: 09 Apr 2015

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Last updated: 01 Aug 2017

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This presentation will cover culture techniques and identification of bacteria from fish and other aquatic animals. Topics covered include collection of samples, collection and transport with an emphasis for remote areas; culture requirements for bacteria from freshwater, brackish and marine sources including use of NaCl, sea salts and incubation temperature; the advantages and disadvantages of different bacterial identification systems including conventional biochemical identification methods, use of the API systems and Vitek from Biomerieux, Biolog, and MALDI-TOF (matrix-assisted laser desorption ionisation time of flight mass spectrometry. Molecular techniques for identification of particular bacteria will be discussed briefly.

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1. Collection and transport of samples
2. Culture techniques
3. Identification methods
Dr Nicky Buller BSc, PG Dip Bus, PD Dip Mol Biol, PhD

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Dr Nicky Buller BSc, PG Dip Bus, PD Dip Mol Biol, PhD
on behalf of World Aquatic Veterinary Medical Association

Dr Buller is senior microbiologist at Animal Health Laboratories, Department of Agriculture and Food Western Australia where she has worked for over 20 years. Prior to this she worked in medical laboratories. She has a post-graduate qualification in molecular biology, a PhD involving molecular typing techniques, and is the author of Bacteria and Fungi from Fish and Other Aquatic Animals; a practical identification manual. Samples received at AHL include those from aquatic and terrestrial sources.

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