In situ detection of Australian gill-associated virus with a yellow head virus gene probe
Tang, Kathy F.-J., Spann, Kirsten M., Owens, Leigh, and Lightner, Donald V. (2002) In situ detection of Australian gill-associated virus with a yellow head virus gene probe. Aquaculture, 205 (1-2). pp. 1-5.
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A digoxigenin-labeled gene probe for yellow head virus (YHV) was used to detect gill-associated virus (GAV) in Penaeus monodon from Australia via in situ hybridization. In GAV-infected shrimp, positively reacting tissues included: lymphoid organ, gills, antennal gland, and cuticular epithelium of the stomach. This demonstrates that a YHV probe can be used as a diagnostic tool for GAV and supports previous suggestions that these two viruses are closely related.
|Item Type:||Article (Refereed Research - C1)|
|Keywords:||gill-associated virus; in situ hybridization; yellow head virus|
|Date Deposited:||20 Dec 2010 03:18|
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