Recent developments in the study and surveillance of koi herpesvirus (KHV) in Asia
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Somga, J. R.; de la Peña, Leobert D.; Sombito, C. D.; Paner, Milagros G.; Suarnaba, Vonnie S.; Capulos, Geimbo C.; Santa Maria, P. I.; Po, G. L. (European Association of Fish Pathologists, 2010)Illegally imported koi carp were confiscated at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA), Manila, Philippines by the Fisheries Quarantine and Inspection Service Officers of the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources ...
Kurita, Jun; Yuasa, Kei; Ito, Takafumi; Sano, Motohiko; Hedrick, Ronald P.; Engelsma, Marc Y.; Haenen, Olga L. M.; Sunarto, Agus; Kholidin, Edy Barkat; Chou, Hsin-Yiu; Tung, Ming-Chen; de la Peña, Leobert; Lio-Po, Gilda; Tu, Chien; Way, Keith; Iida, Takaji (Japanese Society of Fish Pathology, 2009)Three regions of koi herpesvirus (KHV) genomic DNA were compared for 34 samples from Japan, six from Indonesia, two from Taiwan, one from the Philippines, 13 from the Netherlands, one from the UK, one from the USA and one ...
Nagasawa, Kazuya (Fisheries Research Agency, 2005)The Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) is a regional treaty organization with 11 member countries. This was established in 1967 to promote fisheries development in Southeast Asia. As one of four SEAFDEC ...