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Florfenical is the first approved drug under MUMS
Aquaculture has become an important economic factor. Unfortunately, there are not too many drugs licensed for the use in fishes. Recently, florfenical has been designated for use in controlling conditions in four aquaculture species (catfish, hybrid striped bass, salmonids and tilapia) and was recently approved by the Food and Drug Administration.

The designation was made possible following the approval of the Minor Use and Minor Species Animal Health Act (MUMS) in August 2004. The proposed rule governing the designation was published in the Federal Register on Sept. 27.

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