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We would like to thank the staff at the Tromso Aquaculture Research Station, Karvika, Norway for daily maintenance of the fish. E.M. Breines and E. Hareide, Research Group for Arctic Infection Biology, UiT - The Arctic University of Norway, are thanked for excellent laboratory assistance. The work was financed by the German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment, Berlin, Germany (grant 1329-520 and 1322-578). The publication charges for this article have been funded by a grant from the publication fund of UiT - The Arctic University of Norway.

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Concomitant Temperature Stress and Immune Activation may Increase Mortality Despite Efficient Clearance of an Intracellular Bacterial Infection in Atlantic Cod

Publicado en:Frontiers In Microbiology. 9 (2963): 2963- - 2018-03-29 9(2963), doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2018.02963

Jimenez De Bagues, Maria Piler;

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AMAP, Tromso, Norway - Autor o Coautor
Centro de Investigación y Tecnología Agroalimentaria de Aragón - Entidad de origen
German Fed Inst Risk Assessment, Berlin, Germany - Autor o Coautor
German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment, Berlin, Germany - Financiador
Norwegian Vet Inst, Tromso, Norway - Autor o Coautor
UiT - The Arctic University of Norway - Financiador
UiT Arctic Univ Norway, Arctic Infect Biol, Dept Arctic & Marine Biol, Tromso, Norway - Autor o Coautor
UiT Arctic Univ Norway, Dept Med Biol, Tromso, Norway - Autor o Coautor
UiT Arctic Univ Norway, Dept Res & Dev, Tromso, Norway - Autor o Coautor
Univ Zaragoza, Unidad Tecnol Prod & Sanidad Anim, Ctr Invest & Tecnol Agroalimentaria, Inst Agroalimentario Aragon, Zaragoza, Spain - Autor o Coautor
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Resúmen: The environmental temperature has profound effects on biological systems of marine aquatic organisms and plays a critical role in species distribution and abundance. Particularly during the warmer seasons, variations in habitat temperature may introduce episodes of stressful temperatures which the organisms must adapt to and compensate for to maintain physiological homeostasis. The marine environment is changing and predicted raises in water temperatures will affect numerous marine species. Translocation of pathogens follow migration of species and alternations in physical environmental parameters may have influence upon the virulence of pathogens, as well as the hosts immune responses. While pathogenicity of many true pathogens is expected to increase following climate induced temperature stress, the impact from environmental stressors on the occurrence and severity of opportunistic infections is unknown. Here we describe how thermal stress in the cold-water species Atlantic cod influenced the fish immune responses against an opportunistic intracellular bacterium. Following experimental infection with Brucella pinnipedialis at normal water temperature (6 degrees C) and sub-optimal temperature (15 degrees C), cod cleared the intracellular bacteria more rapidly at the highest temperature. The overall immune response was faster and of higher amplitude at 15 degrees C, however, a significant number of cod died at this temperature despite efficient clearance of infection. An increased growth rate not affected by infection was observed at 15 degrees C, confirming multiple energy demanding processes taking place. Serum chemistry suggested that general homeostasis was influenced by both infection and increased water temperature, highlighting the cumulative stress responses (allostatic load) generated by simultaneous stressors. Our results suggest a trade-off between resistance and tolerance to survive infection at sub-optimal temperatures and raise questions concerning the impact of increased water temperatures on the energetic costs of immune system activation in aquatic ectotherms.

Palabras clave: brucella; climate change; disease resistance; gadus morhua; immunology; opportunistic infection; stress; Behavioral fever; Brucella; Brucella-pinnipedialis; Climate change; Climate-change; Disease resistance; Expression analysis; Gadus morhua; Gadus-morhua l.; Immunology; Noatunensis; Opportunistic infection; Responses; Seals cystophora-cristata; Stress; System; Temperature; Tolerance

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