question

Pat Edwards edwards at uoneuro.uoregon.edu
Mon Oct 13 17:56:49 EST 1997


Question from Keith Cheng.  Please respond directly to him 
(kcheng at bcmic.hmc.psu.edu) 
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Dear Colleagues, 

Have any of you determined the level of chlorine that is toxic
specifically to zebrafish?  Post's Fish Health reports avoidance
behavior at 0.001 mg/liter, and the requirement in general to avoid
exposure of fish to 0.030 mg/liter for more than 1/2 hour per day.  Due
to expected variation of tolerance with different species and specific
conditions, we wanted to know about zebrafish.  

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Keith C. Cheng, Assistant Professor of Pathology
The Jake Gittlen Cancer Research Institute H059
Adjunct, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Penn State College of Medicine
500 University Drive
Hershey, PA 17033
office 717-531-5635, lab 4704
fax 717-531-5634
kcheng at bcmic.hmc.psu.edu
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