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May 13, 2014



Google Group on EMS/AHPND


A Google Group (a mailing list, like the Shrimp List) on AHPND detection has been established to promote communication about the two AHPND detection methods (AP1 and AP2) that Dr. Chu-Fang Lo and Dr. Tim Flegel announced on December 24, 2013.


The purpose of the group is to allow people using the methods to send in their comments and experiences about the use of these two methods and other methods that might be developed.  For example, the IQ2000 method from GeneReach in Taiwan Province of China was recently released and results using that system may be compared with those obtained using AP1 and AP2.


Anyone may join the group or view the discussion.  Please note that this group is specifically to discuss detection and is not for general advice on AHPND.


Shrimp News: This is a new group, and thus far, it only contains a few comments.  I made repeated attempts to join the group, but could not because none of my seven Google passwords worker, and I could not get Google’s help service to work.


Information: Go to Google Groups and type “AHPND Detection” into the search field at the top of the page, or just click on the following link:!search/AHPND$20Detection%7Csort:relevance%7Cspell:false


Source: Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific WebpageAHPND Detection Discussion Group Established.  April 24, 2014.

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