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- V Boonyawiwat; T Patanasatienkul; J Kasornchandra; C Poolkhet; S Yaemkasem; L Hammell; J Davidson
- Journal of fish diseases 2017 v.40 no.5 pp. 649-659
- Penaeidae; Vibrio; bacteria; case-control studies; chlorine; farm management; farms; fish; hatcheries; industry; mortality; necrosis; ponds; postlarvae; regression analysis; risk; shrimp; shrimp culture; stocking rate; toxins; Thailand
- ... Asian shrimp farming industry has experienced massive production losses due to a disease caused by toxins of Vibrio bacteria, known as early mortality syndrome/acute hepatopancreatic necrosis disease (EMS/AHPND) for the last 5 years. The disease can cause up to 100% cumulative pond mortality within a week. The objective of this study was to identify factors associated with AHPND occurrence on shri ...
- P Kayansamruaj; A Rangsichol; H T Dong; C Rodkhum; M Maita; T Katagiri; N Pirarat
- Journal of fish diseases 2017 v.40 no.10 pp. 1341-1350
- Micropterus salmoides; Santee-Cooper ranavirus; Scortum barcoo; coat proteins; farms; fish; genes; hemorrhage; inclusion bodies; kidneys; mortality; muscles; necrosis; nucleotide sequences; polymerase chain reaction; skin lesions; spleen; viruses; Thailand
- ... In 2013, an outbreak of ulcerative disease associated with ranavirus infection occurred in barcoo grunter, Scortum barcoo (McCulloch & Waite), farms in Thailand. Affected fish exhibited extensive haemorrhage and ulceration on skin and muscle. Microscopically, the widespread haemorrhagic ulceration and necrosis were noted in gill, spleen and kidney with the presence of intracytoplasmic eosinophilic ...