In studies, the authors found no significant difference in internal susceptibility to WSSV infection between shrimp in different molt stages.
In a study, results showed that raising water temperature to 33 degrees-C after inoculation was sufficient to prevent shrimp mortality from WSSV.
International Council for the Exploration of the Seas (ICES) guidelines should be modified and closely followed to guard against the possibility of introducing new viral pathogens.
Using intramuscular injection of white spot syndrome virus, study determines number of viral particles associated with the infectious dose.
Authors assessed the health of black tiger shrimp seedstock produced in hatcheries around Tamilnadu in southeastern India.
CENAIM’s greenhouse production trials were carried out at the commercial Pesglasa shrimp farm, located in the Taura region of Ecuador’s Guayas Province.
With the fleshy prawn (Fenneropenaeus chinensis), family selection appears to be a promising prospect that could enhance WSSV resistance.