Emmanuel Leguay

Emmanuel Leguay
VetoFish

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

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Introduction
I am a French aquatic veterinarian. I spent more than a year at the University of Stirling’s Institute of aquaculture to completed an MSc in Aquatic Veterinary Studies and other research project. For 10 years I am in charge of the health management of the main public aquariums across France, as well as many research and aquaculture facilities.

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Publications (5)
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FELASA and AALAS established a joint working group to advise on good practices for the exchange of fish for research. In a first manuscript, the working group made recommendations for health monitoring and reporting of monitoring results. The focus of this second related manuscript is biosecurity in fish facilities. First, we define the risk of con...
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The exchange of fish for research may expose an aquatic laboratory to pathogen contamination as incoming fish can introduce bacteria, fungi, parasites, and viruses capable of affecting both experimental results and fish and personnel health and welfare. To develop risk mitigation strategies, FELASA and AALAS established a joint working group to rec...
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Carp edema virus (CEV) disease, also known as koi sleepy disease, is caused by a poxvirus associated with outbreaks of clinical disease in koi and common carp. Originally characterised in Japan in the 1970s, international trade in koi has led to the spread of CEV although the first recognised outbreak of the disease, outside Japan, was not reported...
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La maladie du sommeil de la carpe est connue au Japon depuis 1974, pays dans lequel elle a dès lors provoqué des mortalités importantes (jusqu'à 100 %) dans des étangs et des bassins de carpes koï (Cyprinus carpio carpio), surtout chez les juvéniles, mais aussi chez les adultes (Oyamatsu et al., 1997). Le poisson affecté montre des signes de léthar...
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Health monitoring is a crucial aspect of the management of any research animal house. RESAMA is a network strong of 60 academic and private partners acting in France since the end of 2012. The network aims to increase awareness of animal caretakers and researchers on health management issues in facilities holding aquatic model species (zebrafish, X...

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