publication . Article . 2009

Control strategy for viral diseases of salmonid fish, flounders and shrimp at hatchery and seed production facility in Japan

Mamoru Yoshimizu;
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  • Published: 15 Mar 2009 Journal: 魚病研究, volume 44, issue 1, pages 9-13 (issn: 0388-788X, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: 日本魚病学会
Abstract
Salmonid fish are important species for hatchery reared and released fish. Flounders and shrimp are also important species for seed production and sea-farming in Japan. Viral disease is one of the limitations of successful propagation of these species. Methods currently used to control viral diseases are 1) hygiene and sanitation in facilities, 2) disinfection of rearing and waste water using U. V. irradiation, ozonization and electrolyzation, 3) selection of pathogen-free brood stock by cell culture isolation and detection of specific antibody against important pathogens with ELISA or viral gene with PCR, 4) health monitoring of hatched fry by cell culture isol...
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free text keywords: Salmonid fish, Flounder, Shrimp, Disinfection, UV, Ozone, Electrolyzation, Vaccination, Animal Science and Zoology, Aquatic Science, Specific-pathogen-free, Aquatic animal, Broodstock, Fishery, Hatchery, Shellfish, biology.organism_classification, biology
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publication . Article . 2009

Control strategy for viral diseases of salmonid fish, flounders and shrimp at hatchery and seed production facility in Japan

Mamoru Yoshimizu;