Los camarones cocidos exportados infectados con el virus del síndrome de la mancha blanca (WSSV) y con resultado positivo por PCR se consideran un factor de riesgo para la introducción del patógeno.
There are lessons to be learned for aquaculture amid the coronavirus pandemic that's impacting life and business at every level. We explore a few perspectives.
The impacts of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on the industry are vast. In the Pacific Northwest, some producers are faring better than others.
A study was conducted to evaluate the production of tilapia juveniles vaccinated against Streptococcus agalactiae type B in IPRS raceways.
Study assesses various shell-peeling times for newly harvested Pacific white shrimp soaked in ice water for up to 24 hours. Soak time can limit meat yield.
Desarrollo de un método RPA en tiempo real para la detección de Vibrio parahaemolyticus con alta sensibilidad y especificidad.
Polish pathogen diagnostics group will soon launch a test system that can identify the costly pancreatic disease (and six others) in just 10 minutes.
Study evaluates effects of holding temperature and low fish oil diets with dietary genistein on several production parameters for gilthead sea bream.
Several recent reports echo the message that eating sustainable seafood can help save the planet while making significant gains in public health.
Exported cooked shrimp infected with White Spot Syndrome Virus (WSSV) and tested positive by PCR is considered a risk factor for the introduction of the pathogen.