[Zbrafish] growing embryos
michael.kacergis at umassmed.edu
Mon May 22 10:19:44 EST 2006
Here at UMASS we use the Bluewater from the zebrafish book recipe
post injection as an anti-fungal. Sometimes we see some fungus but
its minimal at best.
Rinse the eggs throughly in a plastic tea strainer with a squirt
bottle to get the majority of the detritus off the eggs prior to
Be sure the material you inject on is clean. We use 3% Agarose and 1%
glycerol to make the injection plates using molds available from
Adaptive Science Tools (774) 239-6133.
The embryos are cleaned several hours post injection, removing any
unfertilized eggs as their presence and decay will directly impact
the survival of other embryos in the dish
Hope this helps,
On May 21, 2006, at 6:17 AM, Dikla Yahav wrote:
> Hello every body
> I work with zbrafish embryos and I have a little problem. Recently,
> after injecting the embryos with no matter what, they tend to get
> fungi. I although that it might be because I grow them in the
> system water instead of embryo water. can any one recommend or tell
> me how they grow their embryos except of what's written in the fish
> book? any thing will be blest
> ----- Original Message -----
> YAHAV DIKLA,
> PhD student.
> Department of Virology & Developmental Biology,
> Faculty of Health,
> Ben-Gurion Univarsity.
> phone No: 050-7609270
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Michael C. Kacergis
U Mass Medical
Program in Gene Function and Expression (PGFE)
364 Plantation St.
Worcester, MA 01605
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