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Micro Pictures 2h
Head section of a “skinbow” zebrafish larva. Epithelial cells are multi-color labeled for live imaging studies. 🔎25x(objective lens magnification) 🔬Confocal (Skinbow) 📷Dr. Chen-Hui Chen
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Mike Molnar Apr 18
Had to visit my zebrafish clan that were transferred over to the new fish facility at where the lab will begin its new chapter of resesrch at BCH/Harvard Medical School. The Burns Lab CVRC retreat t-shirt is only fitting to wear for this visit.
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Najwa Raz 2h
After 9th time. It was not good but there is something to be optimized again. A few factors have been excluded.
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NemaMetrix Apr 11
Scientist at the Edinburgh University have created new imaging technology using zebrafish to visualize what cells eat, which could aid the diagnosis and treatment of diseases such as cancer
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Maiko Kitaoka 4h
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The Peninsula 18h
’s Biomedical Research Center concluded a workshop entitled “Current and Emerging Trends in Research,” which involved both theoretical lectures from renowned experts in the field.
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NemaMetrix Apr 19
New research out of the University of Alicante and the University of Upsala (Sweden) shows the presence of a rival male affects sperm quality in
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Christina Hansen Apr 12
Our talented genotyping tech/undergrad researcher Jacky is presenting the results of his Hilldale Scholarship-winning project at today's research symposium. This is his last full semester with us before starting his PharmD and we couldn't be more proud!
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Aquaneering Inc Apr 18
New research from suggests there may be unexpected genetic consequences from exposure to fluorescent lighting in a study done on , medaka, and mice.
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AnatAkiva Apr 16
Could mineral formation in bone occur without the direct involvement of bone cells? check out our new paper in -JSB showing a direct connection between blood vessels and bones.
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Elizabeth Sandquist Apr 12
How stable are RNA probes in hybridization buffer? Do you store them at -20 or -80? I left some at RT for several hours and am wondering if they are still good.
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Mike Molnar 4h
Zebrafish gastrulation is mesmerizing when observed in high speed.🤓🦓🐟
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Ayrıkotu 🌿 14h
With my lab team at crazy hours 😎 while listening accelerated songs 😁
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SMARTAQUA - aquaculture beyond food Apr 18
The film crew trying their best to film larvae and zebrafish adults - they just don't stop. But on the other hand are a bit shy! we have a variety of species to do research in collaboration with companies
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Angela Laird Apr 17
I’m very excited to say congratulations to who has been awarded her PhD following her project using to test potential treatments for the neurodegenerative disease . Maxinne’s work received valuable funding from and ALC 🍾🎉 🐟 Well done Doc!
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Valerio Sbragaglia Apr 18
My first paper is out and open access! check it out ⬇️🎣⬇️
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ViewPoint Behavior Apr 18
Cannabis and Cannabinoid Research : Behavioral swimming assays using 's Zebrabox Altered Swimming Behaviors in Zebrafish Larvae Lacking Cannabinoid Receptor 2
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UPenn CDB Apr 19
Feature Friday: Distributed Plasticity Drives Visual Habituation Learning in Larval Zebrafish from the Granato Lab out now in Current Biology
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Elizabeth Sandquist Apr 11
Anybody know how important torula rna is for in situ hybridization? I accidentally bought 25 mg instead of 250 mg and don't want to wait another week for more to come in the mail :(
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ViewPoint Behavior Apr 18
Great study using our Zebrabox : A rapid zebrafish embryo behavioral biosensor that is capable of detecting environmental β-blockers
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