In situ hybridization demonstrates that Litopenaeus vannamei, L. stylirostris and Penaeus monodon are susceptible to experimental infection with infectious myonecrosis virus (IMNV)

Kathy F.J. Tang, Carlos R. Pantoja, Bonnie T. Poulos, Rita M. Redman, Donald V. Lightnere

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