Transmission, virulence, and recovery coefficients of white spot syndrome virus (WSSV) and Taura syndrome virus
(TSV) infections in Kona stock Litopenaeus vannamei.
Significant reduction in the replication rate of Taura syndrome virus
in Litopenaeus vannamei held in hyperthermic conditions.
The prevalence of Taura syndrome virus, white spot syndrome virus and yellow head virus in wild shrimps species in Thailand.
Taura syndrome virus from Venezuela is a new genetic variant.
Infection of cultured human and monkey cell lines with extract of penaeid shrimp infected with Taura syndrome virus
Taura syndrome virus
considerably affects the cultures of peneid shrimp causing elevated mortalities, reflected on the decrease of the production and the increase of the operational costs.
KEY WORDS: Litopenaeus vannamei, AT-rich cDNAs, shrimp development, Taura Syndrome virus
, linkage mapping, Shrimp Map
concluded that human and monkey cell lines (rhabdomyosarcoma [RD], human larynx carcinoma [Hep-2C], and Buffalo green monkey kidney [BGM]) could be infected by a penaeid shrimp virus, Taura syndrome virus
The Taura syndrome virus
(TSV) causes a disease affecting penaeid shrimp, the most important commercial family of crustaceans (1).