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Capture-related stressors impair immune system function in sablefish

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Capture-related stressors impair immune system function in sablefish; 2006; Article; Journal; Transactions of the American Fisheries Society; Lupes, S. C.; Davis, M. W.; Olla, B. L.; Schreck, C. B.

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The sablefish Anoplopoma fimbria is a valuable North Pacific Ocean species that, when not targeted in various commercial fisheries, is often a part of discarded bycatch. Predictions of the survival of discarded fish are dependent on understanding how a fish responds to stressful conditions. Our objective was to describe the immunological health of sablefish exposed to capture stressors. In laboratory experiments designed to simulate the capture process, we subjected sablefish to various stressors that might influence survival: towing in a net, hooking, elevated seawater and air temperatures, and air exposure time. After stress was imposed, the in vitro mitogen-stimulated proliferation of sablefish leukocytes was used to evaluate the [...]

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