Desarrollo de un método RPA en tiempo real para la detección de Vibrio parahaemolyticus con alta sensibilidad y especificidad.
A real-time RPA method has been developed for the detection of Vibrio parahaemolyticus with high sensitivity and specificity.
En este estudio, se estudió la co-infección del virus del síndrome de la mancha blanca y AHPND-Vibrio parahaemolyticus en camarones vannamei juveniles en condiciones de laboratorio.
In this study, co-infection of white spot syndrome virus and AHPND-Vibrio parahaemolyticus was studied in juvenile vannamei shrimp under laboratory conditions.
Los resultados del estudio indican que P. vannamei desafiado con AHPND en biofloc tuvo mayores tasas de supervivencia que los camarones desafiados en agua clara.
Study results indicate that P. vannamei challenged with AHPND in biofloc had higher survival rates than shrimp challenged in clear water.
Many shrimp producers give only perfunctory attention to routine biosecurity at hatcheries and farms. A cost-effective biosecurity program for farmed shrimp requires reliable diagnostic tools to make timely decisions to control or exclude pathogens.
Two virulence genes are known to encode a binary photorhabdus insect-related toxin that causes acute hepatopancreatic necrosis disease in shrimp. The pathogenicities of these V. campbellii strains were evaluated through laboratory infection and subsequent histological examination in P. vannamei shrimp.
A study using a half-century of data has linked climate change and warming sea temperatures with an increase in illnesses from the common vibrio bacteria. Shellfish growers, fighting a particularly virulent strain of Vibrio parahaemolyticus, are changing their harvest protocols.