Stomach-resistant oral vaccines could offer fish farmers easier vaccine administration
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.
Just add stones? Simple alterations to aquaculture environment can aid disease fight
Simple environmental enrichments in aquaculture can reduce the impact of pathogens on salmonids, a new study from Finland found.
Vaccine progress critical to sustainable freshwater aquaculture in Southeast Asia
A lack of vaccines and susceptibility to bacterial pathogens is putting Southeast Asia’s booming freshwater farming industry at risk, according to scientists.
Antibiotic resistance research sounds warning for Vietnamese freshwater aquaculture
High levels of antibiotic resistance have been found in samples of the bacterium Aeromonas hydrophila extracted from farmed freshwater fish as part of a study in Northern Vietnam, underlining the need for more responsible disease management practices in the region.
Screening work sheds new light on disease risks in northeast Pacific salmon farming
The use of cutting-edge technology has helped Canadian researchers carry out some of the most detailed screenings to date of pathogens affecting Atlantic salmon aquaculture.
Antibiotic-resistant bacteria found in US supermarket shrimp raise red flags
Analysis of raw and cooked shrimp bought from supermarkets in Florida and Georgia has revealed the presence of a range of antibiotic-resistant bacteria (ARB) — a finding that could have implications for processing of imported shrimp products.
Mycobacteriosis could prove growing problem in aquaculture
Intensification of aquaculture and domestication of wild species are leading to an increased prevalence of mycobacteriosis in farmed aquatic invertebrates, according to a review of the disease’s emergence by an international team of researchers.
Microplastics harbor pathogens affecting farmed seafood
There is growing evidence that microplastic pollution in seawater could serve as reservoirs for pathogens in aquaculture, according to a University of Exeter review of current evidence in this emerging field.
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