Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Genetic resistance to lethal virus found in key farmed fish species

(University of Edinburgh) Resistance to a deadly disease that is affecting the second most farmed fish in the world has been found to be mainly due to differences in genes between families of the same fish. The breakthrough could help protect stocks of Tilapia fish, which is an important food source in Africa, Asia and South America and worth nearly $10 billion to the global economy.