Anaesthesia and analgesia in fish
An in-tank method of anaesthesia with MS222 is described in the paper Individual Monitoring of Immune Response in Atlantic Salmon Salmo salar following Experimental Infection with Infectious Salmon Anaemia Virus (ISAV) published by Collet et al. in September 2015
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