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Molnér, K., Székely, Cs., Baska, F. (1991) Mass mortality of eel in Lake Balaton due to Anguillicola crassus infection. Bull. Eur. Ass. Fish Pathol. 11 , 211. Mass mortality of eel in Lake Balaton due to Anguillicola crassus

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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors: A. Beregi, Cs. Székely, L. Békési, Judit Szabó, V. Molnár, and K. Molnár

References Beregi , A. , Molnár , K. , Békési , L. and Székely, Cs. ( 1998 ): Radiodiagnostic method for studying swimbladder inflammation caused by Anguillicola

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76 Molnár, K. (1994): Formation of parasitic nodules in the swimbladder and intestinal walls of the eel Anguilla anguilla due to infections with larval stages of Anguillicola crassus

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Acta Biologica Hungarica
Authors: T. Müller, T. Molnár, A. Szabó, E. Yamaha, Éva Járási, M. Bercsényi, A. Specziár, B. Urbányi, and R. Romvári

, Cs., Molnár, K., Müller, T., Szabó, A., Romvári, R., Hancz, Cs., Bercsényi, M. (2004) Comparative study of X-ray computed tomography and conventional X-ray methods in the diagnosis of swimbladder infection of eel caused by Anguillicola crassus . Dis

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Scientometrics
Authors: N. Nikolic, J.-L. Baglinière, C. Rigaud, C. Gardes, M. L. Masquilier, and C. Taverny

.60%) and fisheries (8.31%) ( Table 2 ). The clustering of topics ( Fig. 5 ) highlights the studies on the migration and also the parasitism by nematode topic. Anguillicola crassus is a nematode parasite of swim bladder spread to Europe from Japanese eel

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