News & Trends
By Carlos AG Leal, Professor of Immunology and Fish Health, Veterinary School, Federal University of Minas Gerais-UFMG, Brazil
Oral vaccines hold a great deal of promise for fish farmers. Easier and quicker to administer than injected vaccines, they are also potentially suitable for fish that are too small for injection vaccination, including larval stages.
An interview with Stian Johnsen, project manager for the World Organization for Animal Health
Southeast Asia is one of the world’s fastest-growing regions for aquaculture, but production efficiency, environmental impact and disease remain bottlenecks for sustainable production.
A new molecular approach has revealed the ubiquitous and opportunistic nature of Saprolegnia parasitica, a fungal-like microorganism that can cause significant disease and economic loss.
An interview with Alejandro Tola-Alvarez, CEO, GenoMar Genetics
Genetic technologies could give salmon farmers the crucial tools they need to prevent sea louse infestations, according to researchers.