Tilapia with clinical signs of external or systemic bacterial infection can be submitted live or sacrificed/freshly dead for culture, isolation and identification of bacterial pathogens. As long as the tissues of the fish are fresh and post mortem degeneration has not set in, most bacterial pathogens of tilapia can still be recovered by culture on artificial media from sites of infection in the tissues.
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