Budget expenditure: $2,300.00
Project Status:
Completed
Principal Investigator: Matt Koopman
Organisation: Koopman Family Trust
Project start/end date: 4 May 2017 - 5 May 2017
Contact:
FRDC
TAGS
Wild Catch
Seafood
Disease
Community
Biosecurity
SPECIES
Banana Prawns

Need

Wild caught prawns that are re-imported into Australia are required to be tested for white spot syndrome virus, the virus that causes WSD. Examination of these data could reveal if any positive test results have been recorded to date.

Objectives

1. Summarise available white spot syndrome virus testing data from wild-caught re-imported prawns

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PROJECT NUMBER • 2019-089
PROJECT STATUS:
CURRENT

Evaluation of point of care (POC) tests for White Spot Syndrome Virus (WSSV)

1. Determine the analytical and diagnostic performance characteristics (ASe, ASp, DSe, DSp, repeatability and applicability) of three commercially available immunochromatographic WSSV POC test kits for the detection of WSSV in clinically-affected prawns.
ORGANISATION:
CSIRO Australian Animal Health Laboratory
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