mhaendel at uoneuro.uoregon.edu
Thu Aug 25 14:01:45 EST 2005
You can either put your embryos on a bucket of ice, or give them an
overdose of ms-222 (tricaine sulfate). Either way is humane. The
ms-222 would be better for lower volume of waste if the embryos are
contaminated with your test compounds.
>I am working on Zebrafish embryo as a model to screen toxic compounds.
>My studies end up after 48hpf, some of my fish embryos are still
>"alive" and I would like to find the painless way to kill them.
>Does anybody know sthg about it?
>Toxikologie Institute, U9/2025a
>Frankfurter Str. 250
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