Introducing Shrimp MultiPath Xtra
All the data collection innovation found in the original Shrimp MultiPath with the much anticipated addition of Decapod iridescent virus 1 (DIV1)
Shrimp MultiPath solutions (Shrimp MultiPath and MultiPath Xtra) detects up to 14 commercially impactful pathogens of shrimp simultaneously (including DIV-1). MultiPath is a PCR based technology with unrivalled test sensitivity, specificity and data turn-around times for multiple pathogen detection. MultiPath generates digitized pathogen prevalence and quantitative load data at scale, and is compatible with digital farm management solutions.
Pathogens detected by Shrimp MultiPath or MultiPath Xtra include:
Decapod iridescent virus 1, DIV-1, White spot syndrome virus (WSSV), Yellow head virus (YHV) variants 1-7, Taura syndrome virus (TSV), Infectious myonecrosis virus (IMNV), Laem-Singh necrosis virus (LSNV), Hepatopancreatic parvovirus (HPV), Monodon baculovirus (MBV), Infectious hypodermal and hematopoietic necrosis virus (IHHNV), Pir A toxin gene & Pir B toxin gene (AHPND/EMS; Acute hepatopancreatic necrosis disease/Early mortality syndrome), Gill associated virus (GAV), Mourilyan virus (MoV), and Enterocytozoon hepatopenaei (EHP). Shrimp MultiPath differentiates between all 7 YHV variants using independent variant specific targets. HPV is also known as Hepatopancreatic densovirus (HDV). GAV is also known as YHV2.
Shrimp MultiPath solutions performance has been assessed and validated by Third Party ISO17025 assessors which follow the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) Manual for Validation of Diagnostic Assays.
Testing Facilities and Turn-around time
MultiPath is run in Genics Service Laboratories in Australia that are ISO17025 Third Party Accredited. Shipment of samples to Australia from most regions of the world takes ~3 days by courier and data is available within 48 hours of sample arrival at the laboratory. Genics provide the required documentation to ship Shrimp samples into Australia in 70% laboratory grade ethanol.
Validated Shrimp Species
MultiPath has been validated on five shrimp species from multiple geographical locations.
Did you know…
Every sample run on MultiPath has a quality control completed for extraction and RNA and DNA quantity. Every MultiPath submission includes positive and negative controls for all assays. MultiPath delivers unrivalled quality control of any PCR testing platform.
“In terms of PCR for the diagnosis of shrimp diseases, I think Dr. Melony Sellars (CEO Genics) is the highest authority in the world, I don’t know anyone who gives me as much confidence in this topic as she does”.
“Genics new Shrimp MultiPath Xtra heralds a new era in pathogen detection, specifically around the detection of Decapod iridescent virus 1, DIV-1. As a vet, I can recommend Shrimp MultiPath Xtra to farmers wanting peace of mind and security when it comes to detecting pathogens on their farm”.
“Genics have been fantastic to work with, helping us to design a sampling plan to maximise value for money with our pathogen screening and ensure we would be in a position to make informed management decisions based on the data. We are very happy with their service and the Shrimp MultiPath output. What a great company to help service the pathogen screening needs of our global shrimp industry.”
“Genics is a one-stop shop for diagnostics. They are collaborative, flexible and reliable diagnostic partners. I enjoy working with the Genics team!” ,
“I am very satisfied with Genics services and results: Availability, professionalism, quality of the work done, easy reading of the result report, trust in the produced results!”
“The Penaeus monodon Shrimp ID panels now available at Genics have been fundamental to the success of our company’s selective breeding programs since 2010. They have enabled us to maximise our genetic diversity year after year, and facilitate smart breeding choices that have delivered selected lines with trebled production performance in ponds compared side by side with unselected lines.”
“Really quick turnaround time. Impressive.”