Published in Cardiovascular Week, November 14th, 2011
"Examination of 227 spotted seatrout from four South Carolina estuaries in 2008-2010 revealed a 33.5% total prevalence of H. cynoscioni. Henneguya cynoscioni produces lesions in the bulbus arteriosus, its specific site of infection," wrote I. Dykova and colleagues.
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