Scientific information and studies

Here you will find a collection of interesting references and links to scientific publications and studies about food additives that we use in DR. BASSLEER BIOFISH FOOD. 

Of course, this list represents only a small part of the information available on the internet. If you enter the relevant term in a search engine, you will receive numerous other passages on the relevant topics.

Basic scientific information

Miriam Reverter et al: Use of Medicinal Plants in Aquaculture, Diagnosis and control of Diseases of fish and shellfish, by Austin, Page 223 – 262)

Hongyu Pu et al: Research Progress in the Application of Chinese Herbal Medicines in Aquaculture: A Review (Engineering 3 (2017) 731-737)

Citarasu: Herbal biomedicines: a new opportunity for aquaculture industry. (2010, Aquaculture International, 18, 403-414)

Sataporn Direkbusarakom: Application of Medicinal Herbs to Aquaculture in Asia (2004, Walailak University)

Gerald Bassleer: Liens entre nourriture des poissons et pahtologies (2017, AquaMag 34, p. 72-76 + Aquafauna 152, p. 20-27)

Gerald Bassleer: Fish Food and Fish Diseases (2017, Journal of Fisheries & Livestock Production 5: 1)

Gerald Bassleer: Fish Nutrition and Fish Health: Effects of diet on fish health (2017, OFI-Journal no. 84 + no.85)

Dr. Gerald Bassleer: Dossier: Fish Nutrition and Fish Diseases, erhältlich in 6 Sprachen

Gerald Bassleer: Fischfutter & Fischkrankheiten – richtig füttern und Fischkrankheiten vermeiden (2020, Das Lebendgebärenden-Magazin 1.2020, p. 14-21)

Prof. Dr. Leandro Melo de Sousa, Laboratório de Ictiologia de Altamaria, Federal University of Pará (Brasil) to a current study on the effect of nutrition on fertility of Loricaridae L333 (The study will be finished in 2020.)
“We finalized the first part of the experiment comparing 4 different foods. DR. BASSLEER BIOFISH FOOD is the one that gives the best results considering sperm quality. The fishes were analyzed in the day 0 and they were all with no viable sperm cells. After 25 days of DR. BASSLEER BIOFISH FOOD the fishes presented 90 – 100 % of active sperm cells. The other brands were not so good. Another difference, as we have only few DR. BASSLEER BIOFISH FOOD left, we are giving 0.5 % of the fish weight per day, while the other brands up to 2 %. Even in lower quantities DR. BASSLEER BIOFISH FOOD presented better results!”

Specialist book:
Gerald Bassleer: Diseases in marine aquarium fish, Causes – Symptoms – Treatment
GTIN: 9789081705554
The new edition provides important information on diseases of marine aquarium fish in a simple, easy to understand language.

Specialist book:
Gerald Bassleer: The Practical Guide to Fish Diseases
GTIN: 9789081053594
The Practical Guide to Fish Disease is ideal for anyone who is concerned with keeping aquarium fish, pond fish or shrimps. The most important diseases of ornamental fish are explained in easy to understand language. Approx. 250 images help with diagnosis. The most important treatments and applications are described in detail.

Specialist book:
Gerald Bassleer: The New Illustrated Guide to Fish Diseases
ISBN: 90-807831-2-9
This book is a lavishly-illustrated aid to making the right diagnosis, not only for the aquarium retailer or pond centre, but also for the veterinarian’s or fish doctor’s practice.

Specialist book:
Christian E. W. Steinberg: Aquatic Animal Nutrition
ISBN: 978-3-319-91766-5
The book defines gaps in the nutritional research and practice of farmed fish and invertebrates with reference to knowledge of marine and freshwater biology. It is also pointed out that the pros and cons of nutrition affect several successive generations. This suggests that a well-designed diet may have the potential to successfully improve breeding and breeding efforts.

Specialist book:
Carl D. Webster, Chhorn Lim: Nutrition and Fish Health
GTIN: 9781439800041
Diseases are a major threat to the sustainability of the fishing industry. As antibiotics have many disadvantages, it is becoming increasingly important to understand the mechanisms that make nutrition a key factor in the defense against pathogens.

Information on the freshwater algue Chlorella
(included in DR. BASSLEER BIOFISH FOOD CHLORELLA)
(included in DR. BASSLEER BIOFISH FOOD PROFESSIONAL CARE)

Some pharmacological studies on Chlorella vulgaris in tilapia fish by Nesma Abbas, Reham A. El-Shafei, Eman Zahran, Magdy S. Amer (22 August 2020, Mansoura University)

The effect of Chlorella vulgaris (Chlorophyta, Volvocales) microalga on some hematological and immune system parameters of Koi carp (Cyprinus carpio) by Morteza Khani, Mehdi Soltani, Mehdi Shamsaie Mehrgan, Mansoreh Ghaeini, F. Foroudi (January 2017, Iranian Society of Ichthyology)

Antioxidative and immunoprotective potential of Chlorella vulgaris dietary supplementation against chlorpyrifos-induced toxicity in Nile tilapia. by Eman Zahran, Samia Elbahnaswy, Engy Risha, Mansour El-Matbouli (2020-05-18, Fish Physiology and Biochemistry)

The use of macro- and microalgae as functional ingredients in diets for meagre (Argyrosomus regius) By Monteiro et al. (2018, Frontiers in Marine Science 5)

Effects of Chlorella vulgaris on blood and immunological parameters of Caspian Sea Salmon (Salmo trutta caspius) fry exposed to Viral Nervous Necrosis (VNN) virus. By Sabera et al. (2017, Iranian Journal of Fisheries Sciences, 16(2) 494-510 )

Ameliorative effects of dietary Chlorella vulgaris and β-glucan against diazinon-induced toxicity in Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus. By Abdelhamid-Gehad, Elshopakey-Abeer, Aziza (2020,Fish & Shellfish Immunology, Vol 96, p. 213-222)

Information on yeast extracts (Beta glucane)
(included in DR. BASSLEER BIOFISH FOOD FORTE)
(included in DR. BASSLEER BIOFISH FOOD PROFESSIONAL CARE)

The role of β-glucan in the growth, intestinal morphometry, and immune-related gene and heat shock protein expressions of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) under different stocking densities (Mahmoud A. O. Dawood et al)

Immunostimulation and increase of intestinal lactic acid bacteria with dietary mannan-oligosaccharide in Nile tilapia juveniles. By Levy-Pereira, Yasui, a.o. (2018, R.Bras.Zootec., Vol 47)

Long-lived effects of administrating beta-glucans: Indications for trained immunity in fish. By Jules PetitGeer &, Wiegertjes (2016, Developmental & Comparative Immunology, Vol 64, p. 93-102)

Effects of dietary Pediococcus acidilactici GY2 single or combined with Saccharomyces cerevisiae or/and β-glucan on the growth, innate immunity response and disease resistance of Macrobrachium rosenbergii(SHRIMP). By Miao et al (2020, Fish & Shellfish Immunology,  Vol 98, p. 68-76)

Beta-glucan administration enhances disease resistance and some innate immune responses in zebrafish (Danio rerio). By I. Rodriguez, R. Chamorro, B. Novoa, A. Figueras (2009, Fish Shellfish Immunol., 27, pp. 369-373)

Effects of short- and long-term glucan feeding of rainbow trout (Salmonidae) on the susceptibility to Ichthyophthirius multifiliis infections. By J.H. Lauridsen, K. Buchmann (2010, Acta Ichthyol. Piscat., 40 pp. 61-66)

Information on Fucoidan from seaweed (Laminaria japonica)
(included in DR. BASSLEER BIOFISH FOOD FUCO)

The effect of fucoidan or potassium permanganate on growth performance, intestinal pathology, and antioxidant status in Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) by Hebatallah A. Mahgoub, Mohamed A. M. El-Adl, Hanaa M. Ghanem, Christopher J. Martyniuk (22 August 2020, Fish Physiology and Biochemistry)

Can Fucoidan decrease the mortalities caused by Columnaris disease in Nile Tilapia. By H. Mahgoub; (2018, World Journal of Agriculture Research, Vol 6, N° 1, 1-4)

Dietary Influence of Fucoidan supplementation on growth of Lates calcarifer. By Tuller et al. (2012, Aquaculture Research, 1-6)

Effect of fucoidan from Turbinaria ornata against marine ornamental fish pathogens. By Marudhupandi et al., (2013, Journal of Coastal Life Medicine, 1 (4): 282-286

The effect of fucoidan from brown seaweed Sargassum wightii on WSSV resistance and immune activity in shrimp Penaeus monodon. By Immanuel et al, (2012, Fish Shell Immunolog. 32 (4): 551-564)

Gerald Bassleer: Mycobacterium und davon ausgelöste Fischtuberkulose (Magazine “Amazonas” no. 88, p. 56-59)

Biomedical Applications of Fucoidan, Seaweed Polysaccharides By Senthilkumar et al (2017, Seaweed polysaccharides Isolation, Biological and Biomedical Applications, p. 269-281)

Fucoidan Extracted from Undaria pinnatifida: Source for Nutraceuticals/Functional Foods. By Zhao et al. (2018, Mar. Drugs16(9), 321))

Marine Seaweed Polysaccahrides)Based engineered Cues for the modern biomedical sector; By Bilar & Iqbal (2020, Marine Drugs, 18 (7))

Information on garlic (Allium sativum)
(included in DR. BASSLEER BIOFISH FOOD GARLIC)
(included in DR. BASSLEER BIOFISH FOOD PROFESSIONAL TREAT)

Alternative treatment for Anacanthorus penilabiatus (Monogenea: Dactylogyridae) infection in cultivated pacu, Piaractus mesopotamicus (Osteichthyes: Characidae) in Brazil and its haematological effects. (M. L. Martins, et al., Parasites 2002, Page 175 – 180)

Dietary supplementation of garlic (Allium sativum) to prevent monogenean infection in aquaculture (Thane A. Militz et al., Aquaculture 2013, Page 95 – 99)

Effects of garlic-supplemented diet on growth performance and intestinal microbiota of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) Büyükdeveci,.Balcázar, Demirkale, Dikel; (2018, Aquacuilture, Vol 486, p. 170-174)

Evaluation of Dietary Addition of Garlic (Allium Sativum l.) Lobes on Growth Performance, Feed utilization, and Physiological Responses of Oreochromis niloticus, Fingerlings. Mehrim, A.I., Khalil, F.F. and Refaey, M.M.; Abbassa (2014, Int.J.Aqua., Vol 7, N° 2)

Individual and combined Effects of Moringa leaf and Garlic powder on growth and plasma biochemical indices of Clarias gariepinus juveniles. Adeneiji, Wusu, Falana (2019, American Journal of Food Science and Technology, Vol 7, N° 5, 137-145)

Effects of Garlic and Alium-derived products on the growth and metabolism of Spironucleus vortens. Millet, Loyd, et al. (2011, Experimental Parasitology Vol 127, p.490-499)

The redox-active drug metronidazole and thiol-depleting garlic compounds act synergistically in the protist parasite Spironucleus vortens. By Williams, Vacca, et al. (2016, Molecular & Biochemical Parasitology Vol 206, p.20-28)

Antimicrobial properties of allicin from garlic, Ankri, & Mirelman; (1999, Microbes & infection 2, p.125-129)

Epizootics of Pseudomonas anguilliseptica among cultured seabream (Sparus aurata) populations: Control and treatment strategies (Garlic); By Amr. Fadel et al.  (2018, Microbial Pathogenesis, Vol. 121, pages 1-8)

Effect of Garlic and alium-derived products on the growth and metabolism of Spironucleus vortens ; Coralie Millet et al. (2011, Experimental Parasitology 127 (490-499)

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