[Zbrafish] Imaging Zebrafish
(by chi-bin.chien from neuro.utah.edu)
Fri Jun 12 11:43:50 EST 2009
If you are talking about live 5 dpf fish, you will need to mount in
some way; otherwise, they will float up because of their inflated swim
bladders. Anesthetizing with tricaine and mounting in low-melt agarose
is simple and effective.
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On May 22, 2009, at 6:27 AM, FritzXC23 wrote:
> Hi All!
> My name is Sarah Fritz and I am undergraduate student from Gettysburg
> College. I am currently working on a research project that involves
> imaging fluorescent zebrafish hair cells. I am wondering if anyone has
> suggestions about the best way to get 5 dpf fish to lay on their sides
> without having to mount them. Thanks!
> Sarah Fritz
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