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- Bateman, K.S.; Tew, I.; French, C.; Hicks, R.J.; Martin, P.; Munro, J.; Stentiford, G.D.
- Journal of invertebrate pathology 2012 v.110 no.3 pp. 340-351
- Cancer pagurus; Carcinus maenas; Eriocheir sinensis; Homarus gammarus; Nephrops norvegicus; Pacifastacus leniusculus; Penaeidae; White spot syndrome virus; crabs; crayfish; exposure pathways; food safety; freshwater; hosts; industry; lobsters; models; mortality; pathogenesis; pathogenicity; pathogens; risk; shrimp; shrimp culture; temperate zones; trade; tropics; viruses; Europe
- ... Despite almost two decades since its discovery, White Spot Disease (WSD) caused by White Spot Syndrome Virus (WSSV) is still considered the most significant known pathogen impacting the sustainability and growth of the global penaeid shrimp farming industry. Although most commonly associated with penaeid shrimp farmed in tropical regions, the virus is also able to infect, cause disease and kill a ...