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- Srisala, Jiraporn, et al. Show all 9 Authors
- Developmental and comparative immunology 2019 v.96 pp. 144-149
- DNA; Infectious hematopoietic necrosis virus; Mendelian inheritance; Penaeidae; White spot syndrome virus; alleles; crossing; females; gels; genetic markers; heterozygosity; males; mitochondria; models; parents; polyacrylamide; progeny; quality control; shrimp; siblings; spermatozoa; viruses
- ... Previous work has shown that non-retroviral endogenous viral elements (EVE) are common in crustaceans, including penaeid shrimp. So far, they have been reported for infectious hypodermal and hematopoietic necrosis virus (IHHNV) and white spot syndrome virus (WSSV). For the latter, it was shown that shrimp sperm were positive for an EVE of WSSV called EVE366, suggesting that it was heritable, since ...
- Srisala, Jiraporn, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Developmental and comparative immunology 2017 v.76 pp. 56-64
- White spot syndrome virus; binding proteins; enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay; hemocytes; histopathology; inoculum; mortality; polymerase chain reaction; recombinant proteins; shrimp; vaccination
- ... To improve the efficacy of WSSV protection, multimeric (tetrameric) recombinant VP28 (4XrVP28) was produced and tested in comparison with those of monomeric VP28 (1XrVP28). In vitro binding of either 1XrVP28 or 4XrVP28 to shrimp hemocyte surface was evident as early as 10 min after protein inoculation. Similar results were obtained in vivo when shrimp were injected with recombinant proteins that t ...