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Viral Haemorrhagic Septicaemia Attack On Farmed Trout

...s threatens the government by killing thousands of rainbow trout.Due to an outbreak, fishes were destroyed on a farm in Yorkshire//. A very first case of viral haemorrhagic septicaemia (VHS) attack on wild fish was noticed by fishery official across the catchment area of the river Ouse in Britain. Scottish...

Scientists Develop Non-Toxic, Food Safe Paint

...o not see any reason why the full FDA approved dye rainbow is not accessible." The researchers report that different concentrations of the gelling agent produced gels with different physical properties as noted in the American Chemical Society’s journal Biomacromolecules. This was demonstrated by a low conc...

Link between Fish and Mammal Immune Systems Revealed by Killer B cells

... cell activity while examining the immune cells of rainbow trout and catfish. The researchers determined that these attack B cells account for more than 30-40% of all immune cells in fish, while phagocytic cells only make up a small portion of the total number of immune cells in mammals. Further research a...

Africa Challenged To Produce Its Own Generic Drugs

A three-day summit in Johannesburg, capital of the rainbow nation South Africa, has resulted in a chorus of voices calling for Africa to produce// its own versions of low-cost generic drugs for the treatment of HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis. Mamadou Diallo, chief pharmacist in the A.U. commission's me...

Australia Battles Oil Slick on Yarra River

...s. Birds commonly found in the park include the rainbow lorikeet, red-rumped parrot and on occasions, the yellow-tailed black cockatoo. Mammals include echidnas, native water rats and brushtail and ringtail possums. "The major potential risk is wildlife or animals coming in direct contact with the oi...

Hundreds of Thousands Attend Madrid Gay Pride Parade

...eafening music from the floats under the shadow of rainbow flags. But amid the fun was a serious message -- to put pressure on the new French government over its opposition to gay marriage. The spokesman for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transsexual Association, Alain Perou, said the Paris march -- atte...

Biggest Gay Pride Celebration in Toronto

...,000 people from all over spent the day watching a rainbow of 150 floats and bands go by and snapping pictures. There was a free zone, for those watching the parade, on Wellesley between Church and Yonge, attracted parade-goers who didn't want to be surrounded by alcohol or other substances. Those marching...

Great Lakes Fish in Canada Heavily Polluted

... The fish species reviewed included coho salmon, rainbow trout, walleye, pike, and lake trout. The trends in fish consumption advisories clear indicate that the lakes continue to be polluted to such an extent that human health is threatened, it said, calling for steps to significantly reduce pollution em...

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