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Progress on Fish Disease Research in China; (pp. 13-57) $100.00
Authors:  (Xianle Yang, Haipeng Cao, E-Institute of Shanghai Municipal Education Commission, Shanghai Fisheries Univeristy, China)
China, the biggest fish farming country, is the cradle of the world’s aquaculture, and
the records of fish disease and its control could be tracked back to thousands of years ago
in China. However, the development of fish farming industry and fish disease research in
China was seriously hindered because of the social and economic limits. After People’s
Republic of China was founded, fish disease research in China was started and rapidly
developed, and up to now, great progress was achieved in epidemiology, etiology,
pathology, immunology, pharmacokinetics of fishery drugs and fish disease control.
While in contrast to the current status of fish diesease in foreign developed countries,
there are some problems about the detection assays and pathogenic mechanism of
pathogens, fishery vaccine development and fish disease control in fish disease research
in China. Therefore, some measures should be taken to promote fish disease research in
China, maily reflected in the following aspects: 1. The commercialization process of
rapid diagnosis means should be accelerated; 2. Study on the pathogenic mechanism
centered on functional genes (or proteins) should be deepened; 3. Fish pathology and its
study means should be further strengthened; 4. A simple, correct and effective evaluation
method of pharmacodynamics on fishery drugs should be established; 5. New ways to
effectively prevent and control fish diseases should be explored. 

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