AquaGen identifies IPN resistance gene

The identification of the gene responsible for IPN resistance in salmon enables a great accuracy in the selection of broodstock, ensuring the offspring to be resistant to IPN

The gene responsible for Infectious pancreatic necrosis (IPN) resistance in salmon has been identified by Norwegian biologists at AquaGen.

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