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Researchers used genomic analysis to trace the source of piscine orthoreovirus (PRV) to Atlantic salmon farms in Norway and then determined that the disease is also ubiquitous in salmon farms on the West Coast.
The genome sequencing of viruses from farms and wild fish demonstrates the disease is passed between farms and wild salmonwho booked a jab for Wednesday..
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