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In vitro and in vivo screening of potentially registerable compounds for the treatment of aquatic fungal diseases in salmonids, and encouraging commercial development of a suitable product(s). - FC1162

Description
Summary Objective:
To conduct in vitro and in vivo screening of selected potentially registerable compounds for the treatment of aquatic fungal diseases in salmonids.


Key Customer Purpose:
To support the sustainable development of the UK aquaculture industry by facilitating the identification of alternative disease treatments to Malachite Green
Project Documents
• Final Report : In vitro and in vivo screening of potentially registerable compounds for the treatment of aquatic fungal diseases in salmonids, and encouraging   (439k)
Time-Scale and Cost
From: 2004

To: 2006

Cost: £70,095
Contractor / Funded Organisations
Triveritas
Keywords
CARD (Committee for Aquaculture R&D)              
Finfish              
Fish Disease              
Fisheries              
Other              
Fields of Study
Fish Health and Aquaculture