ISAVInfectious Salmon Anemia Virus
ISAVInstituto Sucesores Alfredo Villar (Spanish: Alfredo Villar Successors Institute; Argentina)
ISAVIsraeli Society for Abolition of Vivisection (est. 1983)
ISAVInstitut Supérieur Agronomique et Vétérinaire
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Movement of the well boats from Loch Creran may then have rebroadcast ISAV.
Infected wild salmonids, which have been found throughout Scotland (33) could act as an ISAV reservoir (31).
In 1999, sites not visited by these well boats (and also Loch Broom, which was reportedly only visited once) became ISAV suspect (20).
The evidence presented here supports a very strong quantitative link between the number of visits by well boats and the probability of ISAV detection in an area.
ISAV (but not infectious salmon anemia) was detected by PCR methods in wild salmonids throughout Scotland in 1999 (33), but although present, was much less prevalent in 2000 (21).
Centrovet scientists developed the specific antibodies produced against the ISAV pathogen.