Best Paper in the Journal of Aquatic Animal Health

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Title: “Optimization of a Plaque Neutralization Test (PNT) to Identify the Exposure History of Pacific Herring to Viral Hemorrhagic Septicemia Virus”

Authors: Lucas M. Hart, Ashley MacKenzie, Maureen K. Purcell, Rachel L. Powers & Paul K. Hershberger.

Issue:  Journal of Aquatic Animal Health 29(2): 79-82.

Published under the guidance of the American Fisheries Society’s Fish Health Section, the Journal of Aquatic Animal Health serves the international community of scientists and culturists concerned with the health of aquatic organisms. It carries research papers on the causes, effects, treatments, and prevention of diseases of marine and freshwater organisms, particularly fish and shellfish. In addition, it contains papers that describe biochemical and physiological investigations into fish health that relate to assessing the impacts of both environmental and pathogenic features.