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during infection due to changes in the amount of iron in the body ( 1 , 29 ). Common carp ( Cyprinus carpio L.) is a widespread breeding species of high economic importance. Infectious diseases in carp aquaculture cause serious problem for farmers and lead to significant financial losses. In common carp, several genes involved in iron metabolism have been identified and changes in their activity during infection demonstrated. Jurecka et al . ( 11 ) obtained coding DNA sequences of different transferrin alleles and showed differential expression in healthy fish and

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