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White spot syndrome virus isolates of tiger shrimp Penaeus monodon (Fabricious) in India are similar to exotic isolates as revealed by polymerase chain reaction and electron microscopy Mishra, S S; Shekhar, M S IJEB Vol.43(07) [July 2005] 654-661 View Full Text
Concurrent infection with WSSV and MBV in Tiger prawn, Penaeus monodon (Fabricious) in West Bengal and their detection using PCR and DNA Dot-blot hybridization technique Mishra, S S; Shekhar, M S; Azad, I S IJBT Vol.4(4) [October 2005] 506-515 View Full Text
Molecular cloning, sequence analysis and tissue expression of penaeidin from white spot syndrome virus infected Penaeus monodon shrimps of Indian coastal region Rajesh, S; Anusha, S; Rajeshwari, R; Ramya, R; Kavitha, R; Narayanan, R B IJBT Vol.10(3) [July 2011] 257-263 View Full Text
Analysis of white spot syndrome virus (WSSV) consignment in the progeny of specific pathogen free (SPF) Pacific Litopenaeus vannamei by RT-PCR using SYBR Green chemistry Kavitha, P; Haq, M A Badhul; Shalini, R; Ahamed, A Sajith; Srinivasan, M IJBT Vol.12(4) [October 2013] 509-513 View Full Text


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