Taura syndrome virus (TSV) in Thailand and its relationship to TSV in China and the Americas.

@article{Nielsen2005TauraSV,
  title={Taura syndrome virus (TSV) in Thailand and its relationship to TSV in China and the Americas.},
  author={L. Nielsen and Wiwat Sang-oum and S. Cheevadhanarak and T. Flegel},
  journal={Diseases of aquatic organisms},
  year={2005},
  volume={63 2-3},
  pages={
          101-6
        }
}
The cultivation of exotic Penaeus vannamei in Thailand began on a very limited scale in the late 1990s, but a Thai government ban on the cultivation of P. monodon in freshwater areas in 2000 led many Thai shrimp farmers to shift to cultivation of P. vannamei. Alarmed by the possibility of Taura syndrome virus (TSV) introduction, the Thai Department of Fisheries required that imported stocks of P. vannamei be certified free of TSV by RT-PCR (Reverse Trasciption Polymerase Chain Reaction) testing… Expand
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