[Zbrafish] Re:Number of ZF labs

Caroline Parkin via zbrafish%40net.bio.net (by caroline.parkin from sheffield.ac.uk)
Thu May 28 03:55:20 EST 2009


Hi all,
Thanks everyone for their replies. Very helpful - cheers!

I thought you might all be interested in ZFIN's response to my request  
for ZF researcher numbers:

ZFIN currently contains:
589 labs
4821 registered users
4149 mutants affecting 2984 genes
87 deficiencies affecting 63 genes
26 translocations affecting 26 genes

Thanks to Jonathan for those!

Best wishes,
Caroline


On 26 May 2009, at 18:03, zbrafish-request from oat.bio.indiana.edu wrote:

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> From: Haiqiong <lhqkey from gmail.com>
> Subject: [Zbrafish] Re: Imaging Zebrafish
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> Hi Sarah,
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> Since it is fluorescent imaging, I guess you might be using some
> fluorescent dye for live embryos. Actually, it will be very hard to
> get good quality image without mounting the embryos, because it will
> be hard to go to high magnification without a coverslip. If you mean
> mounting the embryos but keeping them live for later use, you can use
> 0.5% agarose in E3 media with Tricaine.
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> Haiqiong
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> On May 22, 8:27 am, FritzXC23 <frits... from gettysburg.edu> wrote:
>> Hi All!
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>> 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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> Message: 2
> Date: Sat, 23 May 2009 12:20:43 -0700
> From: "Chao Zhang" <zhangch from ohsu.edu>
> Subject: [Zbrafish] zebrafish inbred line
> To: <zbrafish from oat.bio.indiana.edu>
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> Is zebrafish inbred line available for our research.
> AB, Tab or TU?
> Thanks.
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