|Appears in Collections:||Aquaculture Research Reports|
|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Title:||Evaluation Of Sensitivity To Chemotherapeutants In Successive Generations Of Lepeoptheirus Salmonis From A Resistant Population|
Bassett, D I
|Editors:||Scottish, Aquaculture Research Forum Report 069|
|Citation:||Tildesley A, Boyd S, Matthew C, Barnett S, Bassett DI, Cowan M & Roy W (2012) Evaluation Of Sensitivity To Chemotherapeutants In Successive Generations Of Lepeoptheirus Salmonis From A Resistant Population. Scottish Aquaculture Research Forum. Scottish Aquaculture Research Forum Report 069 (ed.). Scottish Aquaculture Research Forum Reports, 069. Scottish Aquaculture Research Forum.|
|Publisher:||Scottish Aquaculture Research Forum|
|Series/Report no.:||Scottish Aquaculture Research Forum Reports, 069|
|Abstract:||There are currently reports of reduced sensitivity to certain lice treatments in different parts of Scotland and world-wide, and research is on-going into the extent and mechanisms of resistance to different treatments (Denholm et al., 2002; Sevatdal & Horsberg, 2003; Sevatdal et al., 2005). In particular, increasing evidence of resistance of Lepeophtheirus salmonis to the chemotherapeutant emamectin benzoate (Lees et al., 2008; Espedal et al., 2010) poses a serious problem to commercial farms because there are few licensed and effective treatments available.|
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