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Limited decomposition enhances PCR detection of AHPND Vibrio in shrimp

Nathene L. Antonio, B.S. and James A. Brock, DVM Hank Bauman

PCR testing viable for distinguishing pathogenic APHND-competent strains Juvenile shrimp were preserved in ethanol before dissection and further processing in the laboratory. Reports have been issued over the past several years regarding the presence of acute hepatopancreatic necrosis disease (AHPND) in various countries. Today we know the AHPND-causing strains of Vibrio parahaemolyticus can occur in…

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  • Nathene L. Antonio, B.S. and James A. Brock, DVM

    Nathene L. Antonio, B.S. and James A. Brock, DVM

    Moana Technologies, LLC
    99-1255 Waiua Place #4
    Aiea, HI 96789

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  • Hank Bauman

    Hank Bauman

    Paradise Shrimp Farm
    Dangriga, Belize